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James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon

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On a violent night in the murky streets of San Francisco, a cryptic message becomes key to unraveling a gruesome investigation. Leading police on an intense chase, there is little time to stop a killer before he strikes again in Women’s Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon! Unravel a murderer’s tribute to the past by uncovering clues, gathering facts and revealing his identity before it’s too late. Immerse yourself in this thrilling Hidden Object game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 104 MB
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  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon 3.9 5 18 18
Entertaining Just a fantastic game, love the story, grafic just all of it November 19, 2011
Great Game This is a really good game. The storyline is great, you get to investigate and question various suspects. You have to look for clues and solve the murders. There are several different characters that you play who all have a different role in solvig the murders. Very entertaining and kept me hooked until the end when the murderer was revealed. Some of the HOS were not very clear but overall it was a very enjoyable game. I would definitely recommend this game. May 1, 2013
Unexpected! As usual, to me James Patterson WMC game series always deliver. I love the storyline, good graphics and puzzles, although I find difficulty in one scene where we have to find objects using our flashlight. There are many suspects and you investigate them like probably a real police do. I love this game. June 9, 2012
AWESOME!! This is a great Detective game it is better than Criminal Minds. Story line is good you can finish it in one night. The graphics were nice it could have more complex puzzles. This will not challenge your intellect but it will entertain you. July 27, 2013
Definitely Darker, But Still Fun! This game is the only one out of the series that doesn't quite have the same feel to it. This one is about a serial killer and everything is quite a bit heavier and darker. It's not necessarily a feel-good kind of game, given the heavy tone of the story, but it is still fun to play and the ending is great! This one is more interesting and serious, than fun, really. I would definitely recommend this game to anyone who enjoys heavier murder mystery games, with no added gore or spiritism. June 19, 2013
Loved it!! Loved it is really all I have to say. April 20, 2014
A solid investigative murder mystery This is the first game from the Women's Murder Club series that I played and I loved how different it is from the usual creepy themed games I normally play. I really liked the investigative nature of the game as a whole, and how you get to play each of the four principal characters in solving the murder. I especially enjoyed the laboratory scenes, as that's what I do in real life, but it's different in that I'm studying evidence for a murder case. The story is very well-developed, as are the characters, and I enjoyed almost everything except for the limited hint system and frequently very small items in the hidden object scenes. This is an older game and reminiscent of the earlier ones in the Mystery Case Files series when unlimited and refillable hints were not yet the norm in casual games. I think the game would have been better had it been an adventure game instead of straight hidden objects. It would have made the gameplay more realistic and fun because you're collecting evidence and the wandering around would have made more sense. But at least there are no penalties for misclicks and the hidden objects were scattered in the scenes and not in junkpiles. The minigames were challenging at times but all are skippable. My favorite is the map game where you narrow down the street locations through the process of elimination. All in all, I had a good time playing my first computer game where it actually felt like I was investigating something for real. March 30, 2013
I LOVE IT this game is my 2nd fav wmc gamee of the whole series, amazing, totally fun. really scary......... July 19, 2012
A top-notch mystery I care for interesting storylines, and this game (like the rest of the series) provided a great one. Switching between several viewpoints is also a nice gimmick. Gameplay-wise, the game is a mix of hidden-object search, adventure-game-like item management, and other misc puzzles meant to simulate the legwork of running a police investigation. July 12, 2012
Great game I bought this game after I bought "A darker shade of grey" and "Little Black Lies". The game was great, the story line was really good! The only problem I had was that sometimes the graphics were almost too small to see or they blended in..and sometimes the puzzles don't have directions lol All in all it was a great game! I really liked it! :) March 4, 2012
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