Summary: I loved the game so much until near the end of the first case or "Episode". There is a drug reference that is very definitive. Mckenzie has to sniff heated up mushroom cookies to get into "The dream world" (you have to do this to find the person behind everything). In another case, you have to put tweezers in a electric socket to disable the power in the planetarium. I did like all of the twists and turns, but it was iffy on the parts i mentioned.
Summary: [** contains spoilers **] I played through most of this game, though I referred to walkthroughs from time to time. As someone else described, this game is *very* linear. If you get stuck, there's nothing else you can do. I got stuck near the end, and just never got around to looking up what I needed to do to move on. The world of the game is very small.
Summary: I played the game. It wasn't great, in fact it was fairly simplistic and not challenging. I found the plot kind of dull and irritating. I am not sure why it is rated for adults either. A child of 8 or older could easily handle this game. Just not impressed.
Summary: I've bought this game after having read all the good reviews, how disappointing! If you are over 7 years old you will have difficulties to get interested in the stories,it is very close to primary school playground squabble level.
Excerpt: "Mystery Detective or known also as Touch Detective is a game about a young girl called mckenzie who must uncover some puzzles and mysteries. The game starts off well with likeable and nice graphical characters and a long storymode with a great soundtrack. But I guess that every game comes with its problems and for this game some problems include: unintuitive puzzles no depth in the game, lack of originality and not many modes of play. I feel ...
Pros: Good graphics and smart uses of sound
Cons: Lack of interesting puzzles and playable modes which eventually will put any gamer to sleep .