Nancy Boyle, a young woman without a criminal past has been found dead-half-naked near her home in Brooklyn. The forensic police inspectors Chloé and Paul are on the case. There's a big surprise in store for them. Behind every big success is a terrible secret.
This case is full of developments that keep Chloé Cunningham and Paul Baxter on their toes. You'll need to use your investigation skills and attention to details in this investigation.
Use your expert criminology equipment to shed light on the mystery of these repeated murders, reveal clues lurking in the shadows, and most importantly track down your target: the truth.
Every room, place, and protagonist is key to the case. If you want to have any hope of piecing together this puzzle -which is not looking easy at all- pay attention to these clues. The twist and turns of this investigation abound in riddles and hidden objects.
- Animated settings and production
- A gripping investigation
- New characters
- An original thriller script
- Easy and simple Gameplay
- Interactive inventory
- Several mini games: Puzzles, Match 3,...
Another crime investigation puzzlerShav | June 9, 2013 | See all Shav's reviews »
I love games based on criminals of all kind. Deadly Association is another game that puts us in the shoes of police inspectors working on mysterious and dangerous case. This time we have to solve the case of a murder on a young woman.
As usual in this type of games, we will have to be both apprehensive and focused. While the gameplay mechanics are simple, and easy-to-get-into even for total begginers, the riddles and puzzles sometimes require really a lot of thinking. We will work with databases, fingerprints and hidden objects finding, so the developers tried to mix few different types of gaming in Deadly Association, and I have to say that it worked pretty well.
On the other hand, the visuals are also pleasing - the game looks and plays really well, which unfortunately isn't a standard in puzzle/adventure games.
Deadly Association is a great choice for both the begginers, and a long-time enthusiasts of puzzle/adventure games in criminal settings. Definitely a really decent game and worth checking.