Detective Solitaire: Inspector Magic And The Forbidden Magic

Are you ready to solve the most magical case ever?! Join Inspector Magic and stop evil in its tracks by investigating 12 different locations that are linked to a crime! Complete quests and find clues to solve the mystery! Complete many difficult card deals on your journey, but don’t worry, you can handle them! If you like solitaire, solving detective mysteries, studying clues, catching dangerous criminals, or maybe you just love detective stories set in a magical world, this game is for you!

This is the same old format from a developer I usually avoid. It is exactly the same, just harder. After completing the tutorial or opting out by clicking on the tutorial X, you can choose the Professional Mode which only allows you to play the entire 10 level pack. Not just similar, the same. Once again the scenes are the same as they were in the first two games and the solitaire layouts are the same even though some of them have been switched as the order they appear. You can't play the second before finishing the first. Sadly, no storyline. They are taking advantage of the consumer, you and I! If you remove all gold cards you'll get a perfect score and the points of that level are added to the next level similar to bowling scores. You earn coins to buy bonus items. A few short weeks ago we got the first Detective Solitaire, The Man without a Face great title, big nothing game play. Although I do know how to play this type of game, I can appreciate a bit of information on the various options that are included in the tutorial. When and if they decide to change something other than the title, I may consider it, but only if they make an option that allows me to remove all of the cards, not just the Gold Cards. However, what we have here is yet another re-hashing of this developer's solitaire games. You earn coins by placing cards on the pile and the more cards you place the more coins you earn.


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It's a very relaxing solitaire game but it's just not challenging enough for me. I should have known better, nothing ever changes by this dev other than the title, and this game Sokitaire: my statement! But if you like a good solitaire game,this is that. You also earn a much larger amount of coins by using the designated gold cards. As usual, the game begins with a tutorial 300 Dwarves Newbie Mode which allows you to replay any level. So, if you have played any of the previous solitaire games from this developer, you can pass on this one. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by ElenaByTheSea from Agree with 'Boring' Only played three levels, it was dragged out and dismal, not very appealing at all! I know what to expect with most of these games,but they are always good for fun solitaire,which I love to do. Rated 5 out of 5 by jeannemchilde from What a challenge! It's the exact same picture location that this game has, exactly the same! Forbodden published: Poor quality game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by CyndiLouWho2 from Catchy title but it's the same old thing This is a one up one down type of solitaire game which I enjoy.

I wish developers would make these solitaire games with different solitaire type games not just the one up one down. The problem is, there is no story! You earn coins by placing cards on the pile and the more cards you place the more coins you earn. Once again, this game states that there are Achievements to earn, but I've yet to earn one, but then again, I didn't play further than the demo because I have no desire to waste money on a game that has nothing new to offer, and never gives me the option to continue playing after removing all Gold Cards. Not just similar, the same. The rest is just one-up-one-down solitaire, the same as the first game. Poor quality game. It's the exact same picture location that this game has, exactly the same! You can choose from 9 Crime-themed card backs, and 3 face card font styles. There are once again 9 Card Graphic Themes to choose from and 3 Font sizes or styles, but even the design is the same. Once you have placed all of the gold cards, you win the game and earn a perfect score. After completing the tutorial or opting out by clicking on the tutorial X, you can choose the Professional Mode which only allows you to play the entire 10 level pack. I own the first, and play it now and again when I wait for the microwave to beep or noodle water to boil, but that's all it's worth, a bit of time-wasting. I should have known better, nothing ever changes by this dev other than the title, and this game proves my statement!

Not just similar, the same. The music isn't bad, but yes, it Witches Legacy: Hunter and the Hunted Collectors Edition is the same, not to Battle Slots that at times the music pauses and you're left with awkward silence. You must earn the required amount of points to unlock the next location and there are 20 Locations with levels per location. So, if you have played Inspectot of the previous solitaire games from this developer, you can pass on this one. The rest is just one-up-one-down solitaire, the same as the first game.


A title is all we get. Oh, maybe the cards deal in a different order, and the layouts change, but the background are the same! If you remove all gold cards you'll get a perfect score and the points of that level are added to the next level similar to bowling scores. There are no little mini games or puzzles between levels or chapters and there's nothing fun to buy, decorate or build. I mistakenly gave the first game in this 3 game series 3 stars. No Surprise, this third and final Detective Solitaire is exactly the same as the last two. Rated 4 out of 5 by leoaz11 from A Good Solitaire Game,sans storyline If you're looking for a story,you will be disappointed,as with the other in this series. You earn coins to buy bonus items. As usual, the game begins with a tutorial in Newbie Mode which allows you to replay any level. You can't play the second before finishing the first. And there really is no story so don't let the title fool you. I know what to expect with most of these games,but they are always good for fun solitaire,which I love to do. So, if you have played any of the previous solitaire games from this developer, you can pass on this one.

A few short weeks ago we got the first Detective Solitaire, The Man without a Face great title, big nothing game play. Once the gold cards have been collected, you will earn the maximum amount of points and the game ends even if other regular cards remain. Since I enjoy playing a quick game of solitaire when it is time to take a break, this game fits the bill. You are awarded very little for solving each level but buying an Undo, a Joker or a Shuffle will cost you a small fortune. It's a very relaxing solitaire game but it's just not challenging enough for me. Rated 5 out of 5 by jeannemchilde from What a challenge! You must earn the required amount of points to unlock the next location, there are 12 Locations and each location has 10 levels. The music isn't bad, but yes, it too is the same, not to mention that at times the music pauses and you're left with awkward silence. You can redo until you get to the Professional and there you have to wait until you complete the entire level to redo. But if you like a good solitaire game,this is that. Now, with The Forbidden Magic, I guess the story continues. The rest is just one-up-one-down solitaire, the same as the first game.

3 thoughts on “Detective Solitaire: Inspector Magic And The Forbidden Magic

  1. I wanted the solitaire game,not the story so I was not so disappointed. Once the gold cards have been collected, you will earn the maximum amount of points and the game ends even if other regular cards remain. This is the same old format from a developer I usually avoid.

  2. There are no little mini games or puzzles between levels or chapters and there's nothing fun to buy, decorate or build. They are taking advantage of the consumer, you and I! When and if they decide to change something other than the title, I may consider it, but only if they make an option that allows me to remove all of the cards, not just the Gold Cards.

  3. The rest is just one-up-one-down solitaire, the same as the first game. Once the gold cards have been collected, you will earn the maximum amount of points and the game ends even if other regular cards remain. They are taking advantage of the consumer, you and I! Poor quality game. I played the first 10 Newbie levels.

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