Masters of Mystery - Crime of Fashion

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$ 9.99 USD

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The New York fashion world is turned upside down when detective Carrie Chase discovers that a famous fashion designer has been murdered. She soon comes to the frightening realization that a serial killer is at large with an eye for design and a thirst for murder. Masters of Mystery: Crime of Fashion is a thrilling hidden object game with an intriguing story, stunning environments and visual effects, unique investigative tools, and cunning puzzles.

  • Over 25 levels and 500 objects.
  • Four unique interactive tools.
  • Hunt a criminal mastermind.
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 79 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Nothing to Keep You Here nor There I only played 10 minutes of the demo and I was bored. But I think it might be a good game for beginners. Or torture for advanced players. Could go either way. You play as detective Carrie Chase and it's your first day and of course you get a case right away. This affluent fashion designer is strangled to death while driving and crashes into a telephone pole. You and the chief start to investigate. The chief apparently likes to hear himself talk and doesn't listen to what others say. Chase gets a few words in here and there but only if they pertain to the subject he's talking about. The characters have more character than the HOS. The graphics are grainy and outdated with the shadowy parts making some parts of the scenes dark. Some items were really small and hard to find. The first HOS I played wanted me to find 5 ammo. Since this was taking place in the detective's office, it was easy to know you had to look for bullets. What they don't tell you is that it can be ANY type of bullet. They don't all look the same and they are all tiny.Another problem I had was I had to find two red pens. Seems easy enough except that they were small and you had to click them in a specific spot before the game recognized you were clicking the pen. For example, the first pen I found I clicked on the top part of the pen. No problem. The second pen, I clicked on the top and it didn't register. I click again, still nothing. I click on the middle bottom edge and FINALLY it reacts! Kind of irritating especially since the scenes are timed. I don't mind time limits, but only if I didn't have to find a needle in the haystack with a few objects. I usually don't listen to the sound because I play late at night before I go to bed and I turn the sound off so I don't disturb my husband. But I did hear the opening and it irritated me before I turned the sound off. Something about it just didn't seem to scream fashion murder mystery with it. The level of challenge is finding some objects. Since the graphics are a bit fuzzy or items too small it could be easy or hard depending on how good your eyes AND patience are. Once you do find an object it pops up in the middle of your screen in a photograph for a couple of seconds before disappearing and marking off the item list. That I hated because it obscures your view, and since it's timed, I'm trying to look for the next object. Last thing I need it something to distract me. The hint button also irritated me. It was like seeing an invisible UFO send down a beam of bright white light straight down the screen to highlight the edge of the object. By the time I got over my blindness, I still had to hunt in the general area to find the object. It's not the normal let's highlight it or encircle it with pretty glows. Nope, let's just make them go blind so they can waste more time fumbling to search for objects. There is no tutorial. Which isn't needed. It's kind of entwined with the dialogue. There are no VO's. You read it. You can click to speed it up, but there's also a nice next button or cancel button so you can read it at your own leisure or skip it altogether. This is a game I will NOT be buying. Might be good if you get it on sale though to kill time. But definitely not for advanced players. Like I said I got bored 10 minutes into the game. May 31, 2013
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