Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill™
By G5 Entertainment
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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!
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● Six highly intriguing chapters
● 44 locations to examine
● 22 mini-game puzzles to solve
● A challenging case with multiple suspects
● Game Center Support
Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese
*NOTE* This game only supports Mac OS 10.7.4+ firmware.
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Its a great game
Gameplay is a little dated but for the price its good entertainment. Puzzles are good. Hidden objects are ok. Not very hard but just about right for a bit of light fun.
Storey is ok. Overall, good value for money. As for the guy who criticised the fact you can upgrade in the game I for one think that is a great idea as if one does not like a game for any reason they don’t have to pay the full price.
The game is OK but it is a bit clunky and you need to keep going back and forth between scenes to find tools to help you collect the evidence; I would prefer to be able to get all the clues in one sceen then move on. If I have missed something then have the option to move back but when you have clicked on a specific area only to find when you go back that the same area now holds vital clues. Having said all of that I am still enjoying playing the game.
Another marketing triumph….
… in trying to make the game as appealing as possible in the first five minutes and make the purchase seem almost a necessity. I am hugely angry with this type of hype as my child is now making my life a misery wanting me to purchase the full game. I refuse and while parenting is my problem, the plethora of games adopting this model is growing and a minefield
Shame on the makers exploiting lesser willed parents and shame on apple for trotting out this money making dross
- Category: Games
- Released: 02 October 2013
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 824 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Developer: G5 Entertainment AB
- © 2013 - 2016 G5 Holdings Limited. Published by G5 Entertainment AB. All Rights Reserved.
Compatibility: OS X 10.4.1 or later
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