Summary: This is the second Murder, She Wrote installment and it’s just a fun game without the dark atmosphere of so many games these days. There is only one mode of play for this game within a game – 3 mysteries to solve. The voice-overs were good and the graphics were excellent. The HO scenes weren’t junk piles but you do have to fine the vowels for the typewriter to earn extra hints and fill in the missing letter of the items on the find list; the vowels are well hidden in the...
Summary: Personally, Legacy Games isn't necessarily known to me for too many fun offerings, but "Murder, She Wrote 2" is a heck of a good time. It's composed of three very bright-colored, head-scratching mysteries that don't involve the occult or vampires or dark-souled witches (at least the first two episodes don't--I haven't had a chance to enjoy the third one yet). The first two stories seem to last almost as long as ALL of the initial release.
Summary: Just finished playing the first of three mysteries in this new edition of Murder She Wrote -- it's a gorgeous autumn in Cabot Cove where our heroine Jessica Fletcher (made famous on TV by the delightful Angela Lansbury) strolls down main street -- and happens upon a murder! An art dealer has been murdered in his gallery, a valuable painting has been stolen -- whodunit??? The story is well thought out, with some interesting suspects and some good puzzles to solve.
Summary: A series of interesting murder/mystery plot hidden object games which makes a welcome change from the cliche'd supernatural/paranormal plots often found in many hidden object games. The characters as seen are somewhat bland/cartoonish looking and could do with improved graphics. Otherwise the graphics are OK(ish). The low resolution cut (movie) scenes were not good (graphically) and should have been at higher (clearer) graphics resolution.
Summary: I played this ages ago but felt compelled to write a review about it now, seeing as how I'm really missing this type of game and hope the developers will consider doing a sequel or something. This tries to stay true to the style of the "Murder, She Wrote" TV series, and I must say, for a casual game they did pretty well. The main character looks and sounds just like the original!
Summary: Having enjoyed the 1st "Murder, She Wrote" so much, I was greatly looking forward to playing this sequel. And that may be why it turned out to be such a disappointment. 1. The only thing that improved were the graphics. And by that, I mean just the game environments (i.e. backdrops). The cut scenes were equally problematic compared to the 1st game - I experienced hiccups and a few minor stalls, and motion was really jerky and just plain awful. 2.