Crime Secrets: Crimson Lily is a captivating blend of hidden object challenges, puzzle solving and daring detective work. When a grim murder interrupts a private detective's vacation at the very gate to the hotel at which she was going to stay, she puts her plans for R&R on hold and sets out to do what she does best: solve violent crimes. All she has to go on is a single clue: a mysterious paper lily attached to the victim's frozen body. Could it be the killer's calling card?
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Visually okay. I played it twice. Hidden object scenes were okay. At your disposal are gizmos from inventory, hints, a magazine and a map to quickly navigate through locations. Crime Secrets: Crimson Lily items that you need to find are covered Crison. The only problem with a few of these is I couldn't tell from the artwork what the heck some of them were or who they were. The graphics are not Cri,son, but not awful. I loved roaming around and clicking on things to see what they did. Rated 5 out of 5 by Bugirl from Enjoyable Beholder interesting story idea, but I finished the entire game in a day. Indian Legends Solitaire clever by half and wound up being just really weird and Crume. Please check this one out - you are sure to be entertained and may want to spring early for a little weekend entertainment. No moving lips. Voice and sounds are fine but nothing to write home about. Really shocked.
This was perfect. I had NO problems with the game. Three levels of increasing difficulty. You are passed by a police car driving even faster than you on the icy road in a snow storm. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from Flawed But Fun Mystery This fun little adventure game delivers in a lot of areas, but unfortunately seems a bit too unfinished in the details for my taste. I found all three enjoyable. Sound including voice overs and music were very good. Navigation is intuitive and hotspots are adequate in size and placement. I liked mixing things in some of the mini-games, and the hidden objects were standard, find pieces and lists. What I really liked was the evidence that you rounded up. A new and very innovative way to play a HOS. Sure we had to make a remedy here and there As for the puzzles? When you manage to get out of your wrecked car, you find the police car empty, the policeman gone, and no sign of the man on foot. There certainly was no relaxation for this detective, and as much as I love winter wonderland scenes, no way would I have driven in a squall on my vacation.
The graphics Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist pretty good and spoken words are shown also Deadly Sin text. A strong female voiceover: As many of you know, the voices that are oftentimes used in various games for the female, are weak or too quiet and don't really fit the role of a STRONG female character. It's not enough to keep you from wanting to play, but it could have been cleaned up better in my view. Let me just digress a little here; it's not completely off topic, Sakura Day Mahjong it goes to demonstrate my interest in story above all - for the current favorite, it is not possible to select a series or trilogy. The bad: the graphics were more 2D than 3D both were stated in the credits, but to me, 2D was more like it! I actually felt sorry for the actors for having to voice such an amateurish script. Some of these have a good challenge and others are reasonably easy to do. I guess one question I would ask is, when is a bowl not a bowl Many people posted complaints on the forum, so it must have made 'someone' fix the kinks rather quickly. And what was up with the HOS? Well done developers. Good stuff: HOPs with a Mahjong alternative, a variety of mini-games, collectibles, intriguing evidence to Lilly, a convoluted and compelling story, and all Crimee up in a Standard Edition game! Some Tradewinds Classic find them too easy. This Crime Secrets: Crimson Lily is a perfect example. Someone Seccrets: Sheriff Hoyt outside the hotel in the woods.
Can't believe it's getting a positive review at all. I will certainly be playing this game again. The journal notes objectives. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by greenshade from Nice way to spend a chilly day Since I am a Fan of their 9 Clues games I purchased this one. If you like a retro feel and a fun mystery to puzzle over for a while, you could do much worse. It's a good old fashion who dun it. It was no more or no less than I expected. It was enough reason for me to buy. The first 40 minutes or so of tasks that I came across were all related to the storyline's development. And what was up with the HOS? There are also straightforward and silhouette HOPs as well. Too clever by half and wound up being just really weird and annoying. Collect evidence and find a scoundrel with such a dangerous supernatural ability! You play as a detective on the way to a mountain resort for a long over-due rest. If you have played the 9 Clues games before, this game is very similar - but I think this is the best of them all.
Please check this one out - you are sure to be entertained and may want to spring early for a little weekend entertainment. Sadly, the hidden object scenes that I came across later were basically a waste of energy: a handful of items, most of which are on the list of stuff to find, are laid out clearly and in plain sight. The graphics are not fantastic, but not awful. We shall see! Just a good and enjoyable game without all the blood and gore. It just lacked enough that it wasn't as much fun as I had hoped. Can't believe it's getting a positive review at all. Detective, take up the investigation of this case! Rated 5 out of 5 by Bugirl from Enjoyable Very interesting story idea, but I finished the entire game in a day. Here you found his frozen figure: someone froze a poor man. Lines may not cross each other, and you must use up all spots on the grid. It really draws you in and makes you wonder who the real villain is. Probably my bad, but it was really convoluted in my opinion. Then, put the tiles in chronological order to reveal what happened at the crime scene.
The map was a life saver. In the beta I played three HOPs, but two were in the "Nine Clues" format, where you don't know what you are looking for until you find it - and when you've found everything you have to put it in order and analyze it. Adventure mode consists most of the usual suspects: locked doors, gates, and boxes; items dropped through grates; rusty this and that; broken zipper pulls; busted pipes; mechanisms that are missing parts or are broken; etc. Three levels of increasing difficulty. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by deecorrow from awful this game is very amateurish , something you may have seen ten years ago and the music is terrible, just a constant playing over and over of the same tune. Probably my bad, but it was really convoluted in my opinion. It just lacked enough that it wasn't as much fun as I had hoped. Game was decently long, and I liked the variety of scenes. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from Flawed But Fun Mystery This fun little adventure game delivers in a lot of areas, but unfortunately seems a bit too unfinished in the details for my taste. When you arrive, you discover the body of the police officer inexplicably frozen solid. That one got by the developers Visually okay. Each item becomes a tile. Still, it was fun looking for them, even if they disappeared never to be seen again.