Colour of Murder
"if you’re considering your first Carol Reed adventure, The Colour of Murder certainly isn’t a bad place to start." - AdventureGamers.com
"The Color of Murder makes a great way to end any evening with a little spine-tingling, albeit mostly shock-free, thrill and suspense." - Gamezebo.com
Explore the cityscapes of Sweden and unravel the mystery surrounding the murder of a local artist in this clever Large File game! What begins as a simple search for a missing person quickly escalates into an intriguing case of murder! Help Carol Reed track down the missing son of a friend and uncover the sinister ties he may have to a grizzly mystery! Pack your bags for Norrkoping, Sweden and discover the Colour of Murder!
Errr..weirdhotmando1 | July 19, 2011 | See all hotmando1's reviews »
First off..this game is crudely made. Visuals look like the work of Photoshop. So hats off to anyone who thought they could make a few bucks turning it into a point and click. No challenge at all in this game. Not a lot of riddles or clues. Plot doesn't even egg you on or advance. It's..plain bluntly boring to a huge extent. Sometimes you'll feel like you'll want to ragequit. Not a recommended buy.
Again a point-and-click adventure.iIDevvz | June 10, 2011 | See all iIDevvz's reviews »
Its get's boring after a while. Or do I need to say: In the beginning already? Point-and-click aren't my kind of game, but this is, is over the limit. It's so boring, just clicking, and clicking, it get's boring. But the nice part is, you can see some nice pictures of the cities. So, thats a good point. So, don't buy this game, unless you really like Point-and-click games.