GO Team Investigates: Solitaire and Mahjong Mysteries

GO Team Investigates: Solitaire and Mahjong Mysteries

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Grandma Gertrude and ace reporter Owen are the ‘GO’ team. They love solving crimes especially when the police don’t have a clue. Gather important clues while you play solitaire and match tiles in mahjong. Need more of a challenge? The clues don’t make any sense unless they are connected together. Play this challenging puzzle game to reveal what really happened and help the police catch the culprit.

From murders to theft, you can help the GO team investigate and crack eight different mysterious cases

  • A solitaire and a mahjong game in one
  • More than 150 levels with unique layouts
  • Hours of gameplay
  • Exciting power ups to help you win
  • Eight different challenging mysteries to solve

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 116 MB

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GO Team Investigates: Solitaire and Mahjong Mysteries is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's Very Short and Not Challenging I played on and off, solving one case each time (because frankly, it got a little tedious) and probably spent less than four hours on the entire game. Once you've solved all the mysteries, there's not much to keep you coming back. There are dozens more interesting and more challenging MahJong games, and once you've played Fairway Solitaire, no games with similar game play can measure up. The game is slow, as you wait for bonus cards to register, has music and sound effects that are not optional, and is super simple. There are a bunch of "cheats" built in that you can use, including massive amounts of jokers in the Solitaire game, easily-won tokens to purchase more jokers (I never used a single token and could probably afford a McMansion and a limousine with what I earned) and the ability to remove one or two tiles at a time from the Mahjong board until you find a match. Each tile is only used twice, so there's almost no challenge unless a tile is sitting atop its match, in which case you just use the cheat. Still, I would have kept playing, tedious as it was, in order to solve more than the small handful of mysteries. It was fun to "logic" your way through process of elimination to figure out whodunnit. Of course, this process would never work in real life, because the premise is that no two people, for example, can be in the same room, bring the same wine to a party, or carry the same potential weapon. In that way, it's a lot like the old board game, Clue, which I enjoyed very much as a child. I think a child would enjoy this very much.
Date published: 2019-04-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I LIKED THE SOLITAIRE PORTION, THE MAHJONG WAS RATHER EASY, BUT "SOLVING" THE CRIME WAS AWESOME! In all fairness, Mahjong is not among my favorite genres, but I chose to play each case in the Mixed Mode, Solitaire/Mahjong option to take in the packaged game in as a whole. You can, however, choose to play either all Solitaire Games or all Mahjong to uncover partial clues. In the Mixed Mode, you can also choose which one to play next, you can proceed with all Solitaire sets and then move on to the Mahjong sets or switch between, however you'd like. The Solitaire Levels are Higher/Lower, and unfortunately, you only have to remove 90% of the cards per level to proceed onto the next level. I'd be okay with this feature IF I was given the option to replay the level when I wasn't able to remove all cards. That's not the case here if you don't remove at least 90%, you have to replay the level, but once you hit that 90% mark, you aren't given an option to replay the level, you just proceed onward, a feature I really didn't enjoy. On the Solitaire Mode, you can choose between Traditional Cards or Themed Cards, there is a Deck Counter, a Magnifying/Star Progress Bar, and you will earn Number-specific Jokers during the levels. You get 1 Undo per level, and Combo-chains will increase the Index, and each level has a Good/Bad Luck Card to either give you Points or Disable one of the Power-ups for that level. The Power-ups are Character-related, Granny Gertrude removes a Random Open Card, Grandson Owen removes a Random Closed Card. Uncovering the cliche Donuts Card will distract the Police and Remove the "Police Tape" Obstacle Cards. The Mahjong Levels are much easier than the Solitaire Levels, I had to replay some of the Solitaire Levels but breezed through all of the Mahjong Levels on the first attempt. In the Mahjong Mode, the same 90% removal rate applies. You can choose between Traditional or Themed Mahjong Tiles as well. Season Tiles can be matched with any Season and Flower Tiles can be matched with any other Flower Tiles, and there is a Hint feature to show possible matches. Granny Gertrude & Owen will each Hold a Mahjong Tile to be used later which can also help to free-up blocked tiles. Solving the case was the most unique method I've ever seen offered in a Crime-Solving game, and I loved it! After playing the Solitaire/Mahjong Levels to receive Clues, you are given a Mosaic/Griddler type of grid and the Clues you found are shown in the form of Riddles (similar to the board game Clue) on the Right side, and as you progress, there are more levels, more clues, and larger grids. This portion can be Skipped after the timer countdown, but I was so engrossed in it that I didn't think to look at the Time given on the countdown. You read each "Clue" and apply your findings by filling each cell on the grid with either Red (meaning there's a Negative Connection) or Green (meaning there's a Positive Connection) Basically, each Row has the Suspects Listed one per Row (son, wife, etc.) and each Column has the suspected objects or rooms pertaining to that particular case (rope, gun, lounge, kitchen, etc.) You just narrow the grid field down by filling in the squares with green when the clues tell you it was a definite finding, or red when the clues tell you it couldn't have been the wife in the kitchen with a candlestick so to speak (a reference to the board game Clue, not the deduction of this particular case) until you solve the grid, aka, the Crime Case, and then you'll move on to the next Case to find more clues and repeat the steps. I absolutely loved the Clue-Crime-solving portion of this game which is 5-star quality. The Mahjong portion I felt was too easy and borderline boring, but it did give me the option to bypass the Mahjong portion. If the Solitaire portion would have allowed me to replay the levels when I wasn't able to remove all of the cards yet met the 90% criteria, I'd have been one happy camper, and it would have been an immediate purchase :(
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wanted to Like, But... Either music and sounds or silence, no inbetween. Slow moving tiles and cards, so no fast play. Rather easy in card mode or mahjong mode. But, graphics are cute. Good concept to combine the two games with crime solving. Characters are cute. Overall: I wanted to like this game as it combines my two favorite time waster games of solitaire and mahjong. The slow play and no choice about sound other than off or on combined with the ease of the game just added up to a no go for me. Try it yourself though. It might be just right for you.
Date published: 2019-04-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Need more cases to solve . Short game play I love the characters and the tiles it was good concept for game however it lacked in a few things. For one the volume control is really a basic need for ANY game not just mute or off. Second the game was way too short just not enough cases. Suggest add special bonus mahjong round once you solve each case so you can level up otherwise there no way to level up when you finish 8 cases in 4 hours.
Date published: 2019-08-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Basic Sleuth Game A fun colorful game for young and old. Basically you can play 2 games, solitaire or mahjong games to get clues, or just one of them. The solitaire game is the most challenging. After you get the clues a comparison chart comes up with the suspects and clues, you try and sleuth out the clues to find the guilty suspect. For a detective game I would personally prefer a more complex clue like game to sleuth out the guilty one or ones. There are about 6 crimes in all.
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Did not like it I love Solitaire games, especially the "one higher or one lower" ones, so I couldn't wait to try this one. Alas, the game felt clunky, kind of heavy-handed, and the cards could have been a little larger. I also didn't care for the multitude of images on the right - those where the jokers go into. I prefer a simple set-up where the jokers go into one slot at the bottom right. But I could have lived with all that, if it wasn't for the visible turn-over of the cards. Each time a card turned over, either from the hand or the deck, it was like watching a page of a book turn over, and my eyes just couldn't get used to that much animation. So it's a no-buy for me.
Date published: 2019-04-05
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