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Gameplay in AGON is similar to that in the Myst games. The player takes the role of Professor Samuel Hunt, a cultural historian at the British museum, and explores a 3D pre-rendered environment using a 360° field of view and moving between the various locations and interacting with objects and characters by clicking. In AGON, the cursor will change to indicate what actions players can take, ranging from arrows for movement to a cogwheel for using an object. The player has access to an on-screen dial which can open an inventory and access items; and open files allowing the player to view various documents located in the game. At the end of each episodes, except episode 1, the player must face a computer-controlled character in aboard game, and win in order to complete that episode. There is a slight discrepancy of the controls between the episodes, for example in Episode 4 the Files section records conversations, whilst documents are stored within the inventory.