Great hidden-pic mystery game with some creepy details.
Common Sense Media
21 February 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2 sticks closely to the look, feel, and subject matter of the original Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. That means Holmes smokes (as do many other characters) and gets involved in some disturbing cases -- many of the mysteries...
Conclusion: Stepping into the shoes of the master himself is an appealing experience. Although it would be nice to actually control Holmes as you comb through crime scenes in search for clues, in this game it is not necessary.
Summary: : The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2 is a better overall product than its predecessor, and while it still might not appeal to everyone, its budget price and simple gameplay are more than enough to recommend it to anyone who likes puzzle games or casual games that can be played in small doses.
Excerpt: The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is the latest release from Legacy Interactive, the developer probably best known for its games based on television shows, including “The Apprentice,” “Law & Order,” and “ER.
Excerpt: I've been reading Sherlock Holmes mysteries for twenty years now and the clever sleuth's adventures remain every bit as endearing today as they were when I first enjoyed them in elementary school.