Relaxing Game, Enjoyable to Play
This game is very relaxing (to me). One of those I play often when I am tired of more challenging ones. It is on the level of a "no-brainer" and sometimes I want that. To sit on an off-day and just play a game that challenges some times and quick play-through at others; this is one of those games. One of the best solitaire games offered with a little twist that you have to choose who the perpetrator of a made-up crime is.
January 28, 2012
AWESOME GAME !!!!!!!
I really enjoyed playing this game ! It was so different and interesting to play !!! I highly reccomend this to anyone to play !!!!! :)
February 4, 2012
5+ free spins for you, enjoy!
love all big fish games.. everytime I venture off to another game sight .... well ... I always come back to big fish... the games are so cool ..even grownups like me like big fish
May 2, 2012
Nifty Little Game
This game is very addictive.
I am not a solitaire player. Actually, this was my first time. I've played this game for almost two hours and it was very fun. I was trying out the game because my mother spends hours on solitaire and I wanted to see if this would be something she would like. Well, I ended up liking it for myself:-)
The jazz music that plays in the background is so fun. This graphics are nice and the game is kind of quirky--especially the "crimes" that the characters commit--wearing a too-tall hat at the movies, for example--in this almost crime-free town.
March 25, 2012
Different way to play solitaire. I liked it. Not brain numbing like the standard game.
November 26, 2011
Relaxing solitaire game with only a few hands needing the use of powerups. There are 50 cases to solve and multiple locations per case, thus providing hours of gameplay. Newspaper articles of these "off the wall" cases are interesting to read. Logic is used to eliminate the suspects and issue an arrest warrant. Earning all the awards is a daunting task, especially the ones requiring speed.
August 11, 2012
An 'arresting' solitaire game
I think I have found my new 'fairway'. The aforementioned game is my benchmark for this style of game. Whilst it is not quite as quirky (commentary wise) as this game it did hold my interest owing to the silliness of it all the 'crimes' were plain ridicules but that is part of the 'charm' for me.
Even though the game stated that it had three different levels of difficulty I was not able to see this as I played on the hardest setting and managed to get perfect first time on most and just took me two or three attempts on others, so I couldn't understand the differences in the difficulty levels (admittedly I didn't try the others), having said that if this is just a 'random' card game then surely they should not really be differing skill levels then does that mean that it is not a truly random game?
There is a 'wild card' feature in the 'wheel of misfortune' which can produce a positive or negative result.
You gain promotions the further on the game you play and these then reward you with features such as 'undo' (there is probably more the further you go but I am basing this review on the hour free trial).
An addition to this (from Fairway), is that you can get 'combo bonuses' not only from linking several cards together but also for things like matching cards quickly and getting a 'house' on one turn (not actually achieved this yet so don't know what the bonus is for this), but it keeps your interest on what could possibly be a 'bog-standard' solitaire game.
If you like this type of game it is well worth the hour trial, but are you really going to let the 'baddies' get away after this?
December 23, 2012
Liked very much but does anyone know?
I have played for a few minutes and like a lot but does anyone know how many crimes there are (how long a game?). I would guess it would not have much replay value - at least for the crimes?
June 21, 2012
This is a step up from Fairway and Fairway Solitaire
This game adds more challenge then just beating chance and luck. Quick movements, The crime solving part is really a secondary aspect that is no challenge, however just try to get all the trophy's. So take this Solitaire game on, I am just playing it again. Still just a bit maddening like it was when it first arrived.
April 6, 2013
Solitaire and finding criminals all in one game.
There's a lot going on in this unique game of solitaire. You investigate locations by playing classic solitaire. The more "perfect" games you get the higher ranking you will become (i.e., patrolman, sergeant, etc.). You find clues (somehow) and receive awards and messages that inform you if you have enough clues to "pin" a suspect. Then, you go back to the Station House, log onto your computer, use your clues (I only ever saw one) and get your man (so to speak). There's also a "wheel of misfortune" which you can spin to win or lose cash - but it's very small and repetitive.
I really thought this game would interest me what with the various locations, etc. Maybe if they would have thrown an HOG or something in there as well, but I found myself looking forward to the end of the free, hour-long demo. What I thought would be a buy for me ended up being a boring, repetitive game.
I do encourage everyone to give it a try though.
July 8, 2014