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Who Is The Killer (Episode II)

By D. Glaznev

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"We would personally recommend everyone to try this game, especially those who love brain teasers. You’ll love it!" — Gameographics

What the people say about 'Who Is The Killer?' game series:

'Best investigation game I've played so far! Feels so real!' (Tia00)

'It's not like those one way stories, it really gives you the freedom to investigate by yourself!' (abighoul)

'Just when you think you know who the killer is, your suspect is found dead!' (Moonwave2315)

'A really unique game which gives you a real sense of deduction!' (nicholas derecourt)

Welcome to the much anticipated Second Episode, it won't be possible not to release it after success of the first part.

Description of Episode II in comparison with the first part:

-The plot is more complicated. Everything is not so obvious now.
-Some parallel stories, but only one will lead to the killer.
-Pictures from the scene, can be studied with a magnifying glass. This is not a standard game "find the hidden object", each piece of evidence is important for further investigation.
-The main game with words is changed, because many players found it boring.
- Two beautiful melodies and the rain outside, reinforce oppressive atmosphere.

This original game is based on classical english detective rules in the tradition of Sherlock Holmes. Everyday someone dies and you need to figure out who is the killer using the logic. Everybody has a common mystery story of the past. Everybody could have a motive to do this. And you have only seven days to stop the murderer.

It is not a generic adventure game — there is no happy end in this scenario, you can either win or lose the game (if everybody dies).

Speak with characters, investigate crime scenes, guess who lies, look at your dreams to find clues and try to arrest the killer and send him to jail before it’s too late.

— A new murder every day
— Several original mini-games and puzzles
— Old mystery background story
— Original gameplay for those who like to think.

Game page on Facebook:

Visit it to find how to gain additional Energy in game every day.


1. Some reviews may contain spoiler. Think twice before read them!

2. PLEASE do not tell who is the killer in reviews! You can breake other people fun with it! Thanks in advance!

3. All Episodes support English, Russian and German languages.

What's New in Version 3.2.1

-minor fixes


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Customer Reviews

Where to start...

I played the first episode in this series, and it was a bit convoluted. I decided to try the second episode in hopes that the concept had been improved upon.

Unfortunately, the opposite is true. First, the developer offers the game for free, but attempts to charge throughout for everything you can think of. Don't want to wait for hours to take your next turn? $.99. Need a reasonable number of clues in order to make progress? $1.99. Second, you must complete various minigames to get the "coffee" (energy) to talk to the suspects: (1) there are two types of HOP, one involving riddles and the other requiring you to find an item in a blurry scene; and (2) a version of Boggle, where you find the hidden words. The problem is that only the words chosen by the developer count, although there are many other words to be found in the letters...and some of the "right" words are misspelled. The hints you finally do receive from the suspects are of little value.

I chose not to finish this. If you are looking for a detective game, I recommend Detective Grimoire, The Trace, Murder Files, The Detail, and some of the Haiku "escape" games.

Has some bugs to be worked out

Enjoyed episode 1, and initially gave this 5-star rating out of high hopes for the sequel (and to get the perk of 3 free energy that comes with a 5-star rating). Now having finished playing it, I've got to go with 3 stars. It's still got the same appeal as episode one, but it sometimes malfunctions (ex: shows multiple clues simultaneously during investigation). Also, beware of closing the app if you need to stop playing in the middle of a puzzle for any reason. You will lose the energy it cost to access the puzzle AND you will still have to solve the puzzle and pay again to access it.


I finished episode one and now I'm trying episode two and some you have to be able to make more coffees because it doesn't let you finish talking

Who Is The Killer (Episode II)
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.2.1
  • Size: 56.0 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
  • Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
  • Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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