Eipix Entertainment presents a riveting new series - Memoirs of Murder: Welcome to Hidden Pines! It’s time to relocate to the town of Hidden Pines! Your excitement over escaping the big city and enjoying your new home quickly turns tragic when your neighbor is murdered! To make matters worse, your spouse is the prime suspect! It’s up to you to piece together the evidence and clear their name. This small-town is hiding some big secrets. Can you crack the case in time? Find out in this gripping Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by iluvmydogs from Crack Sparkle Unleashed case I loved it. I was very pleasantly surprised by this game. You somewhat reluctantly agree and take Dorothy her dinner. Playing both characters at various stages adds to the fun and excitement that is to be had playing this game. Overall, a really nice game to play. I hope they do more of these types of games, or even make this a series. I'll keep it short and sweet. The story is classic and fun. It paled in comparison to games like Mystery Case Files: Rewind which blew me away. It has everything that makes me happy and it is a good length. I liked the variety in puzzles including in HOGs and the different characters presented. The level of challenge is "just right". Just completed this Welcomme and enjoyed it tremendously. Rated 5 out of 5 by tucsonmac from Very Murdwr: and Fun Game This review is a little late after playing it twice, but this was an enjoyable fun game.
This review is based upon completed play of the game. And I love having the possibility to toggle pop ups. If you listen, your character immediately starts yawning and dozes off. Great murder mystery. Dorothy remarks, "Welcome to the neighborhood, it's nice to finally meet you"! I'm only half way through the game but I had to stop and write a review. If you are an old HOP gamer like myself, believe me when I tell you that you will truly be happy you invested in this game! True, there were a few anachronisms but I like the detective story genre so this is a game for me. Bring a bottle of your favorite wine, and don't forget to don your mustache, this will be the perfect time to meet and greet your new neighbors and tell them a little bit about yourselves. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tesamoine from Great New Series I loved this game and am glad there's a new series underfoot that I enjoy. Was a nice length and the bonus chapter was good too. Not only did I do all of the multitude of extras, I even watched the credits to complete my achievements. Mildred immediately accuses you of murdering Dorothy, the police arrest you and take you to the police station for questioning. I don't know
There's even one Memirs listening to an old man who works at the docks tell a story. But the truly unique aspect to this game was the way that the souvenir extra was done. Once again a huge disconnect I'm sure many will love this who-dun-it mystery, but it just didn't float my boat. Artwork and graphics are excellent as always. The way that the characters worked and allowed the player to switch who they were playing as, was not necessarily a new twist but Mhrder: done really well.
Not short of interest for me at all. This game had me believing one thing, only to be proven wrong and pleasantly surprised on how they handled the events in game. Firstly because as another viewer as said it is not "cookie cutter" The HOS have a lot of different variants, which keeps your interest up; some I've not seen before in other games. Bring a bottle of your favorite wine, and don't forget to don your mustache, this will be the perfect time to meet and greet your new neighbors and tell them a little bit about yourselves. The bonus chapter was a nice touch, and it took place post- main game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lynnminer from More of these please!! And the HOPs were fantastic. This game also employs the dual perspective mode of telling the story, where you hunt for clues as both a woman and the guy. This was very enjoyable for me. Just minor things that don't really do anything to the game or my enjoyment playing it. You somewhat reluctantly agree and take Dorothy her dinner. Would like to see more of these types of mysteries. Thanks Big Fish for bringing us a refreshing new series. Their daughter, maybe? This could probably be because the demo is super-short.This game is really fun and I hope you give it a try! Stricken with panic by what you've just witnessed you head to the fireplace and see a small niche' behind a brick. I like to play games and I was glad a different type of game. But hey go for it!!! It just goes on and on and love it. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with just about every type, Interactive List finds, Keywords in Sentences, Multiple Item finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Replacing items into the scene, and Progressive Interactive Silhouetted Shape finds where you find an item that matches the Silhouetted Shape, and then use that item within the scene Interactively to find the next item. They get to know you fairly well all right! The game starts with giving you, the player, the choice on who you want to start telling the story. You somewhat reluctantly agree and take Dorothy her dinner. It really was a truly unique experience. Date published: Would like to see more of these types of mysteries.
Find the Culprit! The game starts with giving you, the player, the choice on who you want to start telling the story. I am more than three quarters of the way through and it is just so refreshing to play a 'normal' game no ghosts, evil aliens etc. While unpacking, they receive an invitation to the annual town party from Mayor William Greenwald and his wife Dorothy Greenwald who live across the street in a huge manor. Rated 5 out of 5 by shelterhill from Surprisingly good Played the demo of the collectors edition and was put of by all the annoying pop-ups with the great achievement I've just gotten.. If you are bored with the numerous editions of various Eipix games series then you definitely have something to look forward to with this five star release. Although I always buy CE versions of games, I often don't play all of the extras, particularly if I haven't been completely satisfied by the initial game. The bonus chapter was a nice touch, and it took place post- main game. If I did have a complaint, it would be an error in game that they later fixed. As far as the CE version's worthiness, this game falls short there as well, offering a hidden Present in each scene and Morphs within the HOP's. You quickly stash the secret box behind the brick just in the nick of time and in walks Mildred The Mini-Games aren't bad for the most part, some of which are new or have newish twists. Collectibles in this game are presents. You rush to the floor to inspect Dorothy's condition and find ash on her sleeve from the fireplace in her room. I'm not a fan at all of fantasy games, and there seem to be so many of them lately.