Suspects and Clues

  • Recover stolen treasure
  • Identify suspects from around the world
  • Earn bonuses as you go!
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  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 56

Review for game Suspects and Clues

Thieves, vandals, and counterfeiters have joined together for the heist of the century. You'll need keen visual skills to analyze the evidence, piece together clues, and track down the suspects in this Hidden Object game. Includes more than 120 challenges, beautiful images from around the world, and multiple puzzle types to engage your powers of perception!

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Genre : Hidden Object

Spot hidden objects and solve puzzles and mysteries in lush, eye-catching scenes.

Date release

December 28, 2008

Game Rank

3073 points

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October 10, 2012

If you like "find the differences" puzzles, then you will love this game. However, these kinds of puzzles are one of my least favorites, so after playing for a couple of hours, my frustration level was maxed out. All these puzzles have time limits and limited hints. You cannot skip any of the puzzles in order to continue past that point. The premise of the game is that you are an investigator under contract trying to solve crimes. Each geographical location contains 3 contracts. Each contract has 5 puzzles with 5 differences in each scene. You earn money on these contracts by completing the puzzles correctly and quickly. At the end of each location, you are given clues to select the culprit. Also, there is an "arrange the pieces" puzzle that contains a clue on the back. With your earnings, you can go to the bonus room and purchase pieces to repair numerous vases. I got to the point where a safe was introduced to hold the clues. Since I did not/could not play it to the end, I have no idea how all this comes together in the end. There is no choice of level of difficulty. The hints isolate the differences so quickly that many times I was unable to figure out where the difference was, even with the hint. This was very frustrating since you can't skip any of the puzzles and must play them over and over again in order to advance. Not only is each individual puzzle timed, but each set of 5 puzzles for each contract has a total time limit, so even if you finally find the pieces of a given puzzle, you can run out of time if you don't get either 3 or 4 puzzles completed in the combined time limit for that contract. Because of this, the game is not something you would do in order to relax. The puzzles are very complicated and extremely "busy". You only get 3 hints for each contract within each location, meaning you do not even have 1 hint per puzzle. The concept of this game is something I've never run across before, and I might have liked it if it was the kind of puzzl

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