Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill™ HD (Full)
By G5 Entertainment
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Have you played the prequel to this fascinating game? Don’t miss Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds - on iPad and iPhone!
Use your hidden object skills to investigate the brutal killing of several young brides.
After solving a high-profile murder case involving a wealthy benefactors’ daughter, SED detectives Turino and Lamonte must dive into the case of a serial murderer known as the Engagement Killer. Working the crime scenes and interviewing key people brings the two detectives into a web of clues and false leads. Help them gather facts and collect evidence to catch the killer before he strikes again. Immerse yourself in Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill and help bring the perpetrator to justice!
● Six highly intriguing chapters
● 44 locations to examine
● 22 mini-game puzzles to solve
● A challenging case with multiple suspects
● Game Center Support
● New iPad Retina Display Support
Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese
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What's New in Version 1.2
This murder mystery that puts you in charge of finding a serial killer has got even more engaging.
- Minor improvements
- Minor bugs fixed
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I usually don't write reviews: but this game was PERFECT for me! Not too bloody graphic, no spooky nasty ritual cultish junk, no running around twenty places to find a key, plenty of actual "finding game" parts instead of a big hunt with a few of them. I LOVE that u can interact with the witnesses and their friends/family. There was amazing graphics, LOTS of fun in the Forensics Lab-and plenty of different activities there too-and the finding game scenes, while they could've added a few more in, weren't too redundant ( having to revisit the same ones over and over). Had trouble and couldn't unlock the bonus find all mode at the end, which if had been looking forward to. Also this story was a lot more morbid than the last one...call me soft, but solving one murder per game would be awesome-maybe two, but a serial killer was a little much. Other than PLEASE MAKE MORE. There just are no equal games to this one-trust me I've searched! The closest one didn't have any interaction with the suspects (less interesting and a engaging), was EXTREMELY redundant with revisiting the same crime scenes twenty million times (I practically knew them all by heart half way thru the game, and while it had a nice length, and a great story line, it just didn't have all the pieces that made me love this game. PLEASE MAKE MORE, but perhaps lengthier or just plain more of them! And don't go making them bloodier or gorier or whatever just more of the SAME!!!
Like the other one, this SED game has no ghosts, angels, demons, leprechauns...nothing supernatural. Yay! Puzzles are constructed to mimic actual police work, on street and in lab. I find the "corner the bad guy" puzzle the most challenging, but that's as it should be. Well done, G5! I rarely give 5 stars but you've earned them. More like this, please!
Voice actors are excellent, and speak in real, idiomatic American English. I read faster than characters talk, so I appreciate being able to skip thru dialog. (I'm playing a GF game that displays text but still makes me sit through lengthy speeches.) Some object names in HOS betray UK, or at least European, origin, as does the title. Should be Inquiry, not Enquiry—after all, it's set in Manhattan.
Map speeds game—highlights only places you need go to right now, so no pointless wandering. Some locations may be in wrong NY borough on map—one spot might be in New Jersey. But I'm picking nits.
Hmph. Posted this review, then went back to finish game—and got prompted for a review! Annoying. The prompt promised a sequel, so here I am updating. Wanna see what I get!
I really liked the sequel better. Most sequels have problems with a story line. I also liked that you allowed us as a player to progress on the comic sections ourself. Now the only thing left is to step up the hidden section one more notch. By adding in that you have some items that you can't find unless you do other things first. Like open something and more than just a drawer. Although I did like that you didn't know what drawer held what items. You also could have it be that you have to make something inside the hidden area in order to get the item that is hidden. Just a thought to throw out.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jan 29, 2014
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 816 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: G5 Entertainment AB
- © 2013 - 2015 G5 Entertainment AB
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPad.