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Eipix Entertainment proudly presents a new adventure for their retired crime-solving duo in Memoirs of Murder!

What starts out as a fun vacation to a true crime film set turns disastrous when Aaron’s cousin Kevin is accused of murdering the lead actress. Everybody in this small town is certain he’s the killer, but Aaron and Mary suspect someone is framing Kevin to take the fall. Can they prove Kevin’s innocence, or will he be punished for a crime he didn’t commit? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 454 MB

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Memoirs of Murder: Behind the Scenes is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE MEMOIRS KEEP GETTING BETTER WITH EACH NEW GAME Memoirs of Murder Behind the Scenes is the third game in a series that didn’t grab me enough to write reviews for the first two games. Since I generally play at least the demo of every HOPA game, I decided to go ahead and try this one. Well, after my initial eye-roll over the sheriff’s voice, I was pleasantly surprised and soon found myself involved in the gameplay. As I became involved in the game, it became clear to me that the developer has created some of the best HOPS that can be found. I loved having to find some of the items and then use them to open other items to finish the scenes. The HOPS were creative and some included mini puzzles to solve. Recently HOPS have become a bit boring with having to find miniscule items that are difficult to find. Not so with Behind the Scenes because although the items to be found are cleverly hidden they are still visible which is what makes this game so much fun. Not only are the HOPS wonderful, the Puzzles are as well. The puzzles were not so difficult to solve that they became headache inducing, which made them much more enjoyable. I found that when I needed instructions on what to do, they were easy to understand. As in the first two games in the series, we switch between the characters when playing, which is a feature found in a few other HOPA games. As the story develops, we switch between the two main characters and each has their separate tasks to accomplish. The story for me was so interesting that I was immersed in the gameplay and after playing hundreds of HOPA games that isn’t always the case. The graphics are excellent and, aside from the voiceover for the sheriff, the others were all very good. The only thing that I found a bit puzzling is if the original murder took place twenty years previous to the investigation, why did Kevin still look and sound like he was in high school. At the point where the game begins, Kevin should be approaching middle age and he should have looked not quite so young. All in all, this is a great game and one that I highly recommend. Even though the game was one that I purchased before the demo ended, you should try the game for yourself to see if it is one that you will enjoy. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Little Game This is posted after completing the entire game. I found this game to be more enjoyable that the previous games, in that it held my attention all the way through. The graphics were good, but I don't understand the change in the type of graphics, not only Eipix, but most all of the developers have been using lately. They seem to be out of a graphic novel. They are clear and well defined, but there is just something off-putting about them. The sound was very well done. I noticed someone mentioning the Sheriff's voice, which I'm assuming is the accent, but where I live, it was spot on... :-). I did enjoy the music. I normally don't pay a lot of attention to music, but this game had a great soundtrack. Of course the effects went along with the action in the scene. Loved the hidden object scenes. They were different than usual and very clear. That is not to say they weren't challenging. They were. My least favorite are the two pictures you have to put together and decide what you need to be looking for and there did seem to be a lot of them. As much as I enjoyed the hidden objects, I hated the mini games as much. They were well beyond my patience level and so convoluted I couldn't figure out what to do. I'm so thankful for that custom setting. Fifteen seconds and I was on my way. The story was very well written. It had me from beginning to end. It wasn't hard to follow and flowed beautifully. Normally I will get lost in stories along the way, but not with this one. I played for two days and picked up the story without any interruption whatsoever in following it. Other than the graphics and those miserable mini games, I really liked this game and hope you do also. Try the demo and see if it isn't to your liking as well.
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from met me at high noon you varment not bad for who done it they kept you wondering ?
Date published: 2019-10-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So So The game play is fairly decent, and a pleasant change from all the evil, black magic fantasy games that developers seem so hung up on (dark games are part of the reason there is so much violence and "walking dead" mentality in our society). However, the graphics are clunky, the figures don't move, except to disappear from one scene and pop-up in another, or "glide" out of the room like a cut-out figure. The game does not feel realistic, more like a Simpson's cartoon compared to a Disney animation. But it passes the time.
Date published: 2019-10-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from MEMOIRS OF MURDER HITS HOME Completed Game approximately 4.5 hours (including completion of all mini-games & CE bonus chapter) Aaron's cousin Kevin was acquitted for the murder of classmate Elizabeth Fox in the fall of 1969. Twenty years later, the residents of Pineville are painfully reminded of her brutal murder when movie crews flood the rural community to film a documentary of Elizabeth's murder, from Kevin's perspective. Emotions are flying high because most people still believe cousin Kevin is a guilty man, but just how far is this angry mob willing to go to see Kevin behind the bars they think he deserves? There are 17 Hidden Object Scenes +4 within the CE Bonus Chapter. I actually found some of them to be somewhat creative, or had some items that were cleverly blended into the scenery, such as a Missing Vowels Scene. One I really liked was a Progressive-Interactive Silhouetted-Shape HOP inside of a grocery store which also had 3 small puzzles to solve. There are also Keywords In Sentence Finds, Spot the Differences, Listed Items, Multiple Object Lists, and Interactive Finds. In the Collector's Edition version, 14 of the HOS have a Morphing Object. You can replay the HO's in the CE extra's section to pick up any Morphs you may have missed. There are 25 Mini-Games +4 within the CE Bonus Chapter, not including the HO puzzles. I found most of them to be just as boring as the storyline. Some of the puzzles could have been really fun if they made them a bit more challenging or at least more lengthy. (such as aligning upper & lower teeth but there were only 4 teeth) Here are a few games that were slightly less boring. 1-Rotate discs to align& place several rods of various shapes. 2-Recreate letters by clicking on buttons. 3-Align dominoes to match the dots. 4-Labyrinth maze to navigate through a cornfield. 5- Multi-layered puzzle bouncing signals from satellite to satellite when they are facing each other. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter takes place shortly after the case wraps up when The Fletcher's attend a celebration party. Mary arrived early to help with the preparations, but Aaron quickly discovers that Mary has been abducted...Party's Over! This is an average-length bonus chapter that takes place over 8 scene locations, with 4 Mini-Games and 4 Hidden Object Scenes. There are 8 Clapboards Collectibles remaining as well as 4 Hidden Object Scene Morphing Objects. The Collector's Edition version has 8 Wallpapers (who cares about a picture of a hand inserting a VHS tape into a VHS player? Why do they have to ruin the picture by including a character image?) 8 Concept Art Pictures (again, who cares about 8 pictures of the same characters standing in the middle of the page?) 8 Music Soundtracks, 6 Movie Video Cutscenes, 14 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 18 Replayable Mini-Games, 20 Achievements, an Arcade Game (play a version of space invaders after completing the Souvenir Room) Souvenir Room with 12 Souvenirs (return to scenes from the game to search for 1 slightly interactive item per scene, after completing the CE Bonus Chapter) 38 not-so-hidden Clapboards, 14 Hidden Object Scene Morphing Objects (you can replay the HOS in the CE extras to pick up missing Morphs) 5 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter, and a Built-in Strategy Guide. MEMOIRS OF MURDER SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Welcome to Pine Hills (June 3-2018) 3.7 2-Resorting To Revenge (January 13-2019) 3.5 3-Behind The Scenes (September 29-2019) n/a by: Eipix Entertainment
Date published: 2019-09-29
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