Reviews for Murder She Wrote

80

The fun is in plain sight.

pswan77 | Aug. 15, 2013 | See all pswan77's reviews »

Everywhere she goes, people suddenly start getting murdered. Clearly, Jessica Fletcher is the greatest serial killer of all time. The cops even find her already at the scene of the crime for some of the killings when they arrive. The only thing I can't figure out is how she keeps convincing others to keep taking the fall for her every time. She's got the local police eating out of the palm of her hands and not only bring her along to assist in official murder investigations, but the police blindly take her word for things even if it contradicts the conclusion that the paid professional investigators have come up with. She's always right there with the cops to make sure to nudge suspicion away from her and onto the 'real killer'. Normally, she sticks to her haunts in tucked away Cabot Cove, Maine. But, pray you're out of town if she decides to visit your neighborhood. The game was fun. There's five cases that play out just like an episode of the show. If you're a genre fan, you're probably gonna be happy with this game.

68

It might look old, but it's a good game.

Liverpool1971 | June 7, 2013 | See all Liverpool1971's reviews »

It's a good hidden-object game based on TV series that my parents watched. The story is quite well written.We have 5 cases to solve with a lot of challenging puzzles. Each case can be played with a timer or in a relaxed mode and can take 60-90 minutes to complete. The only con is that the gameplay doesn't add anything new to the game genre. I recommend this game for anyone who likes hidden-object games, sherlock holmes series, and solving puzzles.