Summary: It took three afternoons to complete all three mysteries. I ran into one minor glitch, but the game had saved up to the mini-game where it froze, so it wasn't a big deal. Objects aren't obvious, but not hard to identify, and the hint system is good if you get stuck.
Summary: Not a bad game if you are looking for something that guides you through and has a lot of hidden object games. Very easy if you have played Nancy Drew games before. Was somewhat enjoyable, but not challenging at all.
Summary: .... I don't really care for the level of profanity or nudity. Other than that, it's actually very fun. Would give it five stars, but the constant f-bombs were funny, just a little over the top. On a side note; all the cheat codes from the Nintendo 3DS version work the same.
Summary: This game is a bit different than the first Murder She Wrote PC game. One actually has to navigate around town. There are still lots of hidden object games, but the stories are slightly more developed. I had no troubles downloading and running the game. There is nothing too terribly challenging here, but it is very pleasant. It would definitely have most appeal to fans of MSW and/or mysteries in general.
Summary: The game is fun the first time but gets boring after that. I sometimes go back after a month or so just to see if I like it but it's still boring. It needs a way to change the outcome of each level.
Storylines are fun, but a few minor glitches are frustrating.
30 April 2013
Summary: I enjoyed this game with its three stories as much as the first in the series. The stories were interesting and kept you guessing where it would go next. There were several places (minigames) whereyou were stopped if you didn't get them right and it wouldn't let you go back. I finally had to exit the program and return and do the section over again to get to the beginning of the game again.