Twin Mind: Murderous Jealousy Collector's Edition

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Domini Games presents the first title in a fresh new detective series with Twin Minds: Murderous Jealousy!

Twin detectives Randall and Eleanor Jones share a passion for justice, but their methods couldn't be more different. He's the logical, deductive type, while she uses a mystical approach, but they'll need to combine their skills when they're called in to investigate an onstage murder at the local theater! And once they dig into the victim's past, they discover that nothing about this case is as simple as it seems! Gather your wits and wisdom to help Randall and Eleanor get to the bottom of one of the strangest cases you've ever experienced in this mystifying new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Find hidden coins, morphing objects, and more to complete your collections!
  • Replay your favorite hidden-object scenes and mini-games to unlock challenging achievements!
  • Keep the case moving with a strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1191 MB

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Twin Mind: Murderous Jealousy Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Whodunit To Challenge Twin Paranormal Detectives Domini has brought us a new series with a really good storyline. A stage actress has been murdered while performing and there is a lot of mystery and strange factors surrounding this unusual case. We play both detectives, putting our special abilities together to solve this intriguing case. I completed the demo and purchased the game straight away. We get so few murder mysteries and new series, I just had to go for it. The game is very entertaining and involves a crime with a victim that is surprisingly beautiful for her age! I'm anxious to see what the detectives uncover with their paranormal expertise. 2+ hours of play and the game is moving along at a good pace as suspects and evidence come to light. The story quickly drew me in and I don't think I will be disappointed when it is all over and the case solved. Domini has once more created excellent graphics, beautifully colored to enhance the scenes and characters. The characters are interesting and depicted very nicely, the voice-overs and music are all good. Background in each location is full of everything I love to inspect leisurely, in this type of game. There are plenty of activities to keep the game busy, I haven't felt that twinge of boredom creeping up on me. For me, the tasks have been okay with some being downright silly. But some things will never make sense. I have to stop grumping and get on with the fun. And that I did! I'm playing the game in a challenge mode and haven't found it to be too bad. Sometimes I switch to other modes to test the difficulty, but there doesn't really seem to be that much difference between them except for the Custom Mode. I always play the demo in Custom to make better use of the time allotted. The game can be enjoyed by all skill levels and I think the game will appeal to most age groups. The HOPs are very interactive and as usual there is an excellent variety. I always find a couple of especially fun ones, but they are all great. All 18 of the HOPs can be replayed which makes a lot of us happy. Someday I hope too see more HOPs than puzzles but I'm always thrilled with the quality which makes up for lack of quantity. The puzzles are super, most can be played in either Hard or Easy Mode. I haven't encountered any stumbling blocks yet, a good thing. Usually by now I've skipped a few that take too much time or just don't interest me. I'm enjoying all the mini games which is rare. The CE extras are much the same as the last release with lots of achievements, 70 coins to collect, a scant number of morphs, this time we are also looking for inkblots. Not a huge amount of collectibles but that doesn't bother me too much. Some devs overload their CEs sometimes, it bogs me down trying to find everything, and takes too much attention away from the game itself. So I'm okay with what we have here. I hope the Bonus Chapter continues with the twins and a new mystery is waiting to be solved. Sometimes the BC fails to deliver, usually when it is not connected to the main game or characters. Let's hope this one is a goodie! Well, Domini has been my favorite dev for a long time now. The graphics, colors, stories, HOPs and games are always top-notch, in my opinion. I can't recall ever having a tech issue. Hopefully, they will continue to bring us new series with great storylines. I love paranormal, sci-fi and murder mystery games with a surprise twist that amazes me at the end. Maybe in the not-so-far future?! Having fun with Twin Mind: Murderous Jealousy. The demo was good, I felt it was a good example of what to expect in the full game. Give it a try before you buy. Just because I love the game doesn't mean you will, too.
Date published: 2021-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun to play Loved this game from the first second. It is easy to play, straight forward and has a great story line. Loved the switch between the 2 detectives. For me it was really captivating and entertaining , played right to the end.
Date published: 2021-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from twin mind incredible ?love this game good
Date published: 2021-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from USHER IN THE NEW YEAR WITH A BRAND-NEW MURDER MYSTERY SERIES! REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME **4 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 50 pages (My time: 6.5 hours) STORY: Start the new year with a new murder mystery series from Domini Games. Play Randall and Eleanor Jones, a brother/sister duo of paranormal detectives who possess “twin magic.” Randall is the logical one in the duo and sister Eleanor possesses paranormal abilities. Be prepared for some paranormal sleuthing with this first entry as you play both characters in a tag-team approach. Some actors remain immortal in the eyes of their fans, but Adaline Salfield is literally immortal, a stunning beauty who has not aged a day for over 100 years. However, when she dies from cardiac arrest while performing on stage, there is some evidence it was foul play. Was her death the result of old age or murder? Investigate the circumstances of her demise. There are a few suspects who may be involved. Was it her jealous boyfriend Andreas, her jealous understudy Ingrid, a crazed fan, or someone else? Get out your Ouija Board, crystal ball, and hone in on your sixth sense for this game! OPINION: Domini is my favorite developer and always provides more game for the money. This one is no exception. I loved the storyline behind the game. It is a fantastic whodunit with a surprise ending. The motive for the crime was not what I expected. The game has a good pace with plenty of activities. This game, as others from this developer, can be played in either a casual mode by choosing to play the mini-games in the “easy” mode or by choosing to play the puzzles in a "hard" mode for a more challenging experience. This puzzle option can be set in the menu; however, it can be changed while playing the game. However, I do believe this game was rushed through and not proofed before it was published. I found a few minor errors. GAME ERRORS: The collectibles are coins, morphing pieces of evidence, and inkblots. I enjoyed reading the analysis of the inkblots and what they signify. However, the strategy guide has some errors as does the game as far as the collectibles are concerned. The pictures in the strategy guide for the collectibles are reversed with the scenes in “B” coming before those in “A” and then those in “D” coming before “C.” The letter sequence is out of sync. Also, some of the collectibles are not within the scenes. I went to the strategy guide and where collectibles were indicated, they were not in those scenes. However, these minor errors did not diminish my enjoyment of the game as I am not an avid fan of collectibles. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 40 achievements. • Collect 15 morphing pieces of evidence and 15 inkblots • Collect 70 coins to purchase items for a forensic lab • 15 wallpapers along with concept art, music, and video sequences • Replay of 18 HOP scenes and 17 mini-games BONUS CHAPTER: It is another story. As Eleanor, go it alone by solving a case involving a serial killer. As a blonde, you will be safe in your investigation as the killer is targeting brunette, blue-eyed women. What is the story behind this crazed stalker and who is he? Be prepared for a surprise ending to this case! I found it a nice addition to the game and worthy of a collector’s edition. I found the story behind the game well-written, somewhat unsettling, and creepy. The only collectible in this chapter are coins. There was one scene which I believe was missing a coin. There are six (6) mini-games and (5) HOP scenes along with a mini-HOP scene with a search for six (6) items. HOP SCENES: There are eighteen (18) HOP scenes, all of which can be replayed at the end of the game. For a developer who is best known for their puzzles, Domini does a fantastic job with HOP scenes. They are varied and highly interactive. I am not a great lover of playing HOP scenes, but I do enjoy the ones from this developer. They are always very creatively designed. They include the usual lists of items and silhouette items. One of the silhouette scenes is a search-and-replace one in which items are found and returned to the scene where they are placed in the proper location. There is also a list of items with shapeshifting morphing objects! I found it humorous to see all the items popping and bopping from one shape to another. And in one, poof! - a cocoon changes into a butterfly when clicking on it. Other scenes include placing given items into the scene, storybook scenes, rebus clues, and spot-the-differences. MINI-GAMES: Our “puzzlemeister” amazes us again with more fantastic puzzles. There are twenty-four (24) mini-games, seventeen (17) of which can be replayed at the end of the game. With the exception of two in the demo, the other mini-games can be played in either an “easy” or “hard” mode. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: (E = Easy; H = Hard) A. E/H. Lock puzzle. Enter numbers to open a lock with a given code which translates symbols into numbers. In the hard version, changing one number changes the other numbers on the lock. B. E/H. Assembly puzzle. Slide lines of cars into positions which match those within a book. The easy version has 3 lines of cars and the hard version has 5. C. E/H. Assembly puzzle. Place magical spheres upon a map to create routes which lead away from an intersection and do no cross other landmarks in the process. The easy version only has 5 spheres to place. The hard version has 8. D. E/H. Ye Olde Tower of Hanoi Stacking Puzzle. In this case, stack suitcases so the largest is at the bottom and the smallest at the top. Move the suitcases between 3 locations, but no suitcase can be placed on top of a smaller one. The harder version has 5 suitcases; the easy version has only 4 suitcases. E. E/H. Matching puzzle. Match up tiles within stacks to remove them. The hard version has 8 stacks and the easy has only 6. F. E/H. Physics puzzle. Angle ping pong paddles so that a ball ends up at a designated pocket on the court. The hard version has more paddles to angle into position. BONUS CHAPTER: G. E/H. Picture puzzle. Place mirror shards into position to restore it. In the hard version the pieces must be rotated to fit into the scene. H. E/H. Block puzzle. Slide blocks to create a path for a yellow tile to move from one end to the other. The hard version has one more block to move. ** I removed one star from the rating due to the minor errors in the game. This is fantastic game otherwise.
Date published: 2021-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from "fun" fact: historically black cats were associated to bad luck 'cause they were principally from Turkey. Turkish pirates used to carry cats, most of them black, to exterminate rats on the ships and keep the crew "healthy". When eventually you would see a black cat at the port, everybody would know that pirates were arriving and with them robberies, violence and murders. Later, like centuries later, black cats were then associated with witches and dark arts and starts simbolizing evil and bad luck. Thanks to the cristians point of view. I lost my black cat two months ago, after 15 years of unconditional mutual love. I'll buy the game but i really didn't appreciate the fact that in the demo a black cat is the reason why you can't leave the house if you don't purify the aura. Fact-checking can be funny, why don't spend an hour on it and improve the game even more?
Date published: 2021-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A solid 4 stars I usually don't care for Domini games because of day glow colors they use. In this game's case I make an exception. Well done. Definitely a buy.
Date published: 2021-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Who doesn't love a good mystery? I had beta tested this game a while ago and loved it. It doesn't appear that they fixed many things that were suggested. The strategy guide is still misnumbered as far as collectibles go. I did not check it for regular game play. You have a great detective story with lots of twists and turns. In typical Domini fashion, there is a custom mode to customize your game. Very good HOS and puzzles that are not going to make you scream, but can be accomplished with a little brain power. (I even did most of them, and I truly stink at puzzles). I'm really looking forward to this series. Seems all the series out there are sci fi or fantasy, which are not my cup of tea. It's a fairly long game with a great bonus chapter. If I had my choice between the CE and SE for this one, I'd definitely go for the CE just for the bonus game. As always, give it a try in the demo.
Date published: 2021-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Same Bells, Same Whistles, Same Purple, Same Mailbox I just finished a wonderful game by an independent developer that was outstanding. Amazing hand-drawn graphics gave the game a palpable atmosphere. The story was believable and the back story fascinating. Most importantly, the game treated me as a thinking adult. Then I played this game. Domini- please just forget the color purple exists, ok? Stop congratulating me for every note I find- it's like getting a participation trophy; it's embarrassing. And quit putting weird stuff in mailboxes!!! Why do you think they call it a "mailbox"? Because it contains mail, that's why. I shouldn't have to break into a public mailbox in order to find my own keys to my own cabinet in my own house...why aren't my keys in my house?! Once again, I have to sew the hole in the glove to remove thorns BUT right next to the thorns is a pile of dirt which I can't remove because I don't want to do it with my bare hand...but wait a minute, my hand just had a glove on it literally a second ago- I mean it was just right there and now it's gone when I could have used it on the dirt pile. So, what do I have to do? Find a record, climb up a ladder to an old phonograph and play the record so a compartment on the phonograph opens with a gold spoon in it so I can remove the dirt pile. Are you kidding me? Or maybe the Domini dev team enjoys keeping their expensive flatware in old phonographs, I don't know. The voice-overs in this game are truly uninspired...the female dialogue of this detecting duo is particularly bad. The storyline is good as are the graphics (once you omit the purple); at least some imagination was put into that. Usual variations on the HOPs, you've got your match-3 option as well. This isn't a bad game- it's a bland game. I'll recommend it, though, as some may really enjoy it. As for me, I need a bit more depth, more umph. More intelligent gaming. This game is disappointingly shallow and just a rehash of the same old silly gadgetry.
Date published: 2021-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Didn't get to finish Demo **Glitch** I was glad to see a whole new type of game out there. There really isn't too many popping up these days because for one thing, only 2 developers seem to be doing much of "creating new games" lately. (Domini is doing the most, and I for one am EXTREMELY grateful they are.) So, I downloaded the demo and set about finding out if I was going to wait for the Standard game, just get the CE now or just pass on this one all together. Unfortunately, I am going to Pass on it until they fix the Glitch they have going on right now. Here is what happened and more on the game play & features.... I played for a good hour/hour 1/2. I was at the theatre which is the 2nd to last chapter of the demo, if not real close to it, where I finally got what I was needing to scare a bird up on a light pole, so it would drop my keys to the car. (yup, another one of those "are you kidding me" stupid errands we seem to need to do so often in these games), Then I put the key in the car door. But before I opened it, I looked at the map to make sure I cleared all the "extras", I like to double check to make sure I don't skip a "collectable" item. (Those are the best part for me.) I had one more in the theatre, went in there, grabbed it and then went back to the car and .........NOTHING! The car door wasn't open, I couldn't get inside, I couldn't even go forward. Not even on the map because the next chapter hadn't been accessed yet therefore it was blocked from entry. And the "key" was missing from the car door, I couldn't finish what was needed in order to "drive" forward, I couldn't walk forward either. I exited out of the game, then went back in, I tried a few things, but nothing would work. I ended up just deleting the demo and writing this review. Nothing really is as aggravating as playing a game like these for over an hours time and then not be able to finish when you only have a few more steps left, or actually, ANY steps left. Also, if you are the type to get irritated by things that don't make sense regarding where you find things that you are needed to find and use, then you won't enjoy this game. Me? It doesn't really bother me too much because, IT'S A GAME! Lol But some are REALLY senseless and are a little irritating like this one where you're in an HO and you need to put 2 things together that are "supposed" to create an item like: a hat and a bucket are things that make a "top hat". WHAT?! and feathers & (get this), a fan to create a ...FAN! Seriously?? LOL Yeah, that was a little hard to swallow. There are quite a bit of nonsense things in this game, so be sure you are aware of this if you decide to get this game. Or, just play the demo, to see if it bothers you too much. So, unfortunately, I can't recommend this game the way it is with the glitch and all the things that are just a little too idiotic. However, by all means, if it doesn't really matter to you, then go for it! The game otherwise is fun. This was based on Demo part only. You will have a few short chapters to play, coins to collect along with evidence pieces and some ink blot pages. (You won't be able to look at the collectable items or even the "store" to use the coins you collect unless you purchase the SE or CE game. You get a map that you can jump to locations with. You also get a Strategy Guide but it will only show you the demo sections. (I know this because I used it to try and figure out what was going on with the car keys.)
Date published: 2021-01-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Same Tasks. Same Back and Forth Ugh! Where Domini Games always excel in their Graphics and illustrations in my opinion they need to come up with new ideas for their tasks. They have the same variation of tasks in each of their games and so much back and forth to make the game longer, which is not what I for one want in a game. Going back and forth just to pickup one item is tedious. I do like the story line but they do have some really dumb things happening. When have you ever seen a crow pick your car keys out of you hand and fly away with them? The HO's are exceptionally easy. I did not even have to look at the lists to know what to click on. That is a bummer. This is not a bad game and it will pass some time playing it. I just think Domini could spend more time working on one GREAT game instead of cranking out so many MEDIUM games. Try the Demo.
Date published: 2021-01-10
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