Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill

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Special Enquiry Detail detectives Turino and Lamonte are back for another case in this exciting Hidden Object game! A serial murderer known as the Engagement Killer is loose in the city and has been killing young brides. Work the crime scenes, interview key people and find your way out of a web of clues and false leads. Help Turino and Lamonte gather facts and collect evidence to catch the murderer before he kills again. Immerse yourself in Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill and bring the killer to justice!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 203 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill


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Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill 3.3 5 55 55
Sequel doesn't disappoint Game makers often take a good thing and screw it up the second time, so I was pleased that they did not do this with Special Enquiry. Another reviewer compared it to the Women's Murder Club series, which I also liked a lot. It's good to have a mystery with a decent storyline that isn't dark and creepy. (There are some dead bodies, but the overall atmosphere is not creepy.) There is no timer and mini-games can be skipped - most of the mini-games are very easy, however. I did run into trouble with one in which I had to trace around a photo - once you have everything you need for this task, you will get the option to skip this. June 20, 2012
Great Game! I thoroughly enjoyed this game. However, I wish to thank everyone that contributed their tips in the game forum or I would have been stuck several times. This game has just the right balance of HOS and puzzles and what a terrific plot! May 30, 2012
Narrative a Bit Boring The narrative between the two main characters was a bit boring (didn't add much to the story). The story was well written. I enjoyed playing it, but it wasn't one of my favorites. April 27, 2012
New & Improved Turino & Lamonte take on a serial killer I liked the first game of this series and tried the trial, got hooked and bought it. Unlike the first game, Engaged to Kill has far more 'adventure' or solving skills required. The graphics/visual quality is about on par with the first, or just okay, if you haven't played either. The cut scenes featuring the detectives and their Lt boss are like a comic book--not impressive. There were other cut scenes, of the murder(s) {without graphic violence} which were 'movies', however. The 2 detective partners, Turino and Lamonte, are fairly sharp, with plenty of clever banter & some snappy reparte. I'm a HOS fiend for the most part, but this game had plenty of adventure and figuring out what to do next in it--but none of it so difficult as to be frustrating. There is a map, which shows you where you are to go next, so there is no free exploring--you can only go where the map is lit, whether it is a crime scene, the cop shop, an interrogation, visiting victim's family/apartment, or the forensic lab. There are puzzles in addition to the HOS, as well. There were 6 or so Chapters--length was right on as far as investigating and solving the crime was concerned. All in all, I found it to be well done, even if I did figure out who the killer was several chapters before they did (probably all the murder mysteries I read!). Regardless of whether you've tried the previous Special Enquiry Detail game, I highly recommend you at least download the free trial and check this game out. You begin with murder, hit the ground running. I recommend this game for fans of mysteries, HOS, adventure or those who like detective stories/games. You won't be sorry! April 23, 2012
Some improvment on the last one but still flawed I'll get straight to the point. I love the updated visual quality, the music is OK at best, the voice acting still needs work, the HO scenes are still aggravating because there are a few to many and the objects can be hardly seen because they are burried under other objects or are too small. If they can fix those problems it would be a lot better but as it is it's a pretty good game. April 9, 2012
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