Detective game for girls has great play, good role model.
Common Sense Media
2 June 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a teen detective game suitable for tweens and up. Players take on the role of a crime-fighting high school teenager who looks for suspicious activity, solves mysteries, and makes sure justice is served -- as when she unravels the events behind a school fire and keeps the building janitor from being falsely convicted of the crime.
Summary: While the concept of Imagine:Detective itself isn’t so bad, and it does play decently, it tries a bit too hard to be “cool”. While it’s not punishing, it also doesn’t give you many rewards for successes. The difficulty curve remains fairly level throughout the game, but considering the target audience that could actually be an asset. It’s not the worst game ever conceived, but you could do far better and would be better off finding something else to play.