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Domini Games proudly presents a new spine-tingling mystery series in Fatal Evidence: The Cursed Island!

Your sister’s old mentor has been murdered, and you’ve been called to his remote island home to investigate! You and your sister arrive just in time for the reading of the will. But this normal dinner quickly takes a dangerous turn when a masked judge traps everyone inside with the murderer, calling for their surrender! It’s up to you to reveal the murderer’s identity and stop the judge from carrying out their sinister plans before it’s too late! Do you have what it takes? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Your legal expertise is put to the test when your own husband's beloved colleague is murdered, and his reputation and safety are in danger!
  • Play and replay more challenging Hidden-Object Puzzles and mini-games while you gather Evidence and Photos to solve the murders and earn Achievements!
  • Download original Soundtracks and Videos, original Concept Art and Wallpapers!
  • Always know your next move with the helpful Strategy Guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1137 MB

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Fatal Evidence: The Cursed Island Collector's Edition is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who killed the judge ? To find out who killed the judge you have to play, this fantastic game, to the end. This is a great game for beginners and advanced players. Set your mini games to easy or hard , play he HOP's or play a Match 3 instead. It is very entertaining and captivating , I started and couldn't stop till to the end. Loved the bonus chapter as well. On the way trough there is plenty to collect.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overcome the odds to solve the crime I very much enjoyed this game. It was nice and long - - good story that kept me engaged and plenty of puzzles and HO scenes to keep me busy. On the whole the puzzles were quite doable with a little thought. A couple were pretty frustrating, but that's my problem, not the creators of the game. The graphics were clear and not too dark, so it was easy to find what you were looking for and get around. The HO's varied. Some I could race right through and others kept me hunting for awhile. But that's as it should be. Thanks for the adventure!
Date published: 2019-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fatal evidence enjoyed this game alot mostly because of the twist and turns thru out the story with interesting hops and the bonus game was just as good well worth buying this game adventure and mystery is right up any ones alley who enjoys a whodunnit
Date published: 2019-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from more from this developer They design their games for adults. I love that the skip is immediate. If they design all their games like this, then they are the only games I wish to purchase and play.
Date published: 2019-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE BEGINNING OF A NEW SERIES WITH A TERRIFIC MYSTERY GAME What could be better than a terrific murder mystery? The answer is, IMHO, nothing beats not only a mystery game but the kick-off to a new series. Since playing the beta for Fatal Evidence The Cursed Island earlier this week, I had no doubt that I would purchase the game as soon as it was released. Domini Games has done such a great job with this game not only creating an excellent storyline but with the graphics that, although rich in color have been toned down from some of the intense purples and neon greens. As much as I dislike gimmicks in HOPA games, I must admit that I am enjoying the puzzles that activate use of the watch that was left to you following Judge McGregor’s death. Speaking of Puzzles, even though I am not a huge fan, I have found that the ones in Fatal Evidence are some of the best that I have seen in recent HOPA games. Although I have seen variations of some of the puzzles previously many of them appear to be new. Because the puzzles or mini-games are so creative, it doesn’t bother me that there are almost twice as many as HOS. The HOS are far between but they too are very creative and vary in style. I particularly enjoyed the first HOS that had me changing the lamp’s lighting to find the various items. The other HOS were just as entertaining with some of them using that same mechanic where we find items in different screens or photos. Overall this is one of the best games that I’ve played this year. Hopefully, Domini Games or other developers will create more games based on mystery than on the evil entity storylines. Fatal Evidence The Cursed Island is a wonderful mystery game where you will need to stop a crazed killer in his or her tracks as you try to figure out who it was that really killed Judge McGregor. Even though this is one of the best games I have played, as always I recommend that you try the demo to see if you will enjoy The Cursed Island as well. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OFF TO AN ISLAND RETREAT? ARRIVE AT A JUDGMENT FOR MURDER REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME: 5 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 49 Pages OPINION: What a fantastic murder mystery! Domini Games is my favorite developer and this game is a great start to a new series. Hopefully there will be more games like this one in the future. This is a long, well-written and creatively designed whodunnit. There is a host of suspects involved in this case. Trying to guess the masked avenger and the judge’s killer will be no easy task. I don’t like gimmicks in games; however, I feel the judge’s watch is a clever device providing a speedy analysis of the veracity of each suspect’s statement. This is fast-paced game with many activities to engage the player. Domini always provides more game for the money than other developers. There are quite a few collectibles. There is an indicator on the inventory bar indicating if there are any of the three collectibles within the scene. The graphics still have a significant amount of vivid purple and neon green; however, it is more subtle in this game than those from previous games. The game is designed to provide both an easy play for some while providing a little challenge for others. Most of the puzzles can be played in either an “easy” or “hard” mode. This can be set in the main menu; however, the difficulty of each puzzle can be changed while playing the game. This is a puzzle lovers delight. There are thirty-three (33) minigames. Two of those have three (3) puzzles in succession within the minigame. They are creatively designed and ones which I will replay. There are only seventeen (17) HOP scenes; however, all can be replayed. There are also a couple of mini-HOP scenes with a small number of some item to be collected. A Match-3 game can be played in lieu of the scenes. Most of the scenes are lists of items or silhouette scenes which require manipulation of items within the scene before they can be removed. My favorite scene is in the bonus chapter. In the last HOP scene of the game, many of the items are morphing objects. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • Choose between playing a male or female character • Thirty-three (33) achievements. • Collect forty-four (44) coins used to purchase items for your “office” • Collect fourteen (14) pieces of evidence and thirteen (13) morphing photos • Ten (10 wallpapers along with concept art, music and video sequences • Replay eighteen (18) mini-games and seventeen (17) HOP scenes • Choose between the level of difficulty (hard or easy) for the puzzles in the game within the menu. • Judge’s Pocket Watch. The watch is a truth detector which allows the player to view the past as it truly happened as opposed to the statements from the suspects. OVERVIEW/STORY: As a crime reporter, you are investigating the murder of Judge Maxwell McGregor. Your sister, Agatha, a lawyer under the mentorship of the judge, witnessed his murder in front of the court steps. You both have been mentioned in the judge’s will and the judge’s son has requested your presence at the reading of the will. On the island where the judge’s estate is located, you meet others who also have been invited. A masked avenger, the “Judge” informs all of you that one of you is the murderer. A storm has cut off communications with the mainland. Now, with a host of suspects, can you determine the culprit behind the murder while dealing with a deranged masked avenger? BONUS GAME: The story is unrelated to that of the main game. Play Agatha Smith, the lawyer from the previous game. Your husband, Chuck, is a famous chemist working on formulating a new revolutionary medicine under the direction of Dr. Sharon Jones. When she is found murdered, your husband is the prime suspect. Now you must collect evidence to clear him of the charges and locate the actual killer. This is a decent addition to this game. There are ten (10) minigames and six (6) HOP scenes. I did not care for the story behind the whodunit; however, the puzzles and HOP scenes are excellent. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINIGAMES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Match-3 puzzle. Match up 2 or more like-colored tokens on a 5 x 5 grid until all are removed. Moves can be made horizontally, vertically or diagonally. B. Sequence puzzle. Choose the letters to spell the word “Justice” in the proper sequences as they move along a winding grid. C. Battleship puzzle. On a grid avoid uncovering traps listed on map. The map indicates the number of traps abutting each square on the grid. D. Sequence puzzle. Insert winding keys into a watch in the correct sequential order. E. Domino puzzle. Place domino-style pieces end-to-end so each end matches with the domino piece which abuts it. BONUS CHAPTER: F. Connection puzzle. Connect two like tokens on a grid. The connections cannot overlap. G. Logic puzzle. Read clues and match photos with the clues given. H. Lock puzzle. Rotate and move lockpicks so all match up and mesh with lock segments I. Chase the villain via a motorcycle while avoiding obstacles in your path. You can hit 3 obstacles before restarting.
Date published: 2019-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good game I liked it better than I thought I would. Good game in all categories.
Date published: 2019-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Two games, twice the fun. Overall, I liked both games in this CE edition, although the only things connected between the two are the extras (coins and all) that you need to collect. Both games are kind of short but put them together, you have enough game time to satisfy the cost. Only once did I need to consult the Strategy Guide for a clue because there was a really obscure step, otherwise fairly easy walkthrough.
Date published: 2019-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fatal Evidence - But For Whom? A wonderful murder mystery. Here we have the classic isolated house full of suspects and one by one they succomb to murder...or do they? (Ominous clap of thunder). Here we have a crime reporter, a sister, a highly respected (or is he?) dead judge, and a group of doomed heirs who have obviously never read a murder mystery before or they'd high-tail it to safer ground. Pros: it's a real old-school mystery populated with believable characters. Plenty of twists and turns and the plot retains a tangled "who can you trust?" thread to the very end. Adequate to good voice acting, nice atmosphere, and plenty of lovely puzzles! These were best played on the selectable Hard mode. Player character sex was selectable as well (and nicely done). Cons: oh, dear, we have an indispensible gadget. The story would have stood by itself without such a contrivance, and although it does offer a means of introducing a number of really excellent puzzles, one of these, the domino puzzle, had game mechanics that were simply awful and made the thing unplayable. The actual solution to the mystery was strained, to say the least, introducing a motive at the last minute that was at once inexplicable and unlikely. Overall, a puzzle-heavy mystery with plenty of atmosphere and plot twists. I was delighted to be able to beta test this one and the finished product was a pleasure to play. Bonus game was quite good and offered a few extra puzzles, hooray! Some decidedly rough edges that kept the thing from five stars but a lot of fun anyway.
Date published: 2019-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from "I appreciate your honesty" Hello friends! As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story line to others. This Developer has a habit of giving us very nice graphics, with the exception of blurring when going in and out of close ups. That hasn't changed with this new game either. Game play was excellent, with no problems during the demo. Animation was excellent down to the movements of the face, mouth, eyes, and even the eye brows. Body movements were not quite as fluid, but still well done. Voices were well done with emotion, e.g. fear, urgency, anxiety, etc. The "villain's" voice was a bit off. He needed a bit more sinister sound to his voice. We can click through the dialogue without missing any clues or pertinent information. Music wasn't bad and not intrusive. Sort of came and went. Sound FX weren't bad when we had them, which was usually when we used or picked up something. We did have some quiet background sounds, but they could have been more constant, or at least filled in with background music. We didn't have a helpful animal, but we did have a very useful pocket watch. Tells us if someone is lying. That would come in quite handy. HOG's are well done. We had a variety with highlighted words (done differently than the usual), riddles, spot the difference, interactive lists. Scenes are fairly clear and items are not difficult to find in most cases. If you wish, you can switch to a match 3 game. Puzzles had a bit of challenge, even if playing on easy. I like that we can choose the difficulty of the puzzle within the game play. Also like that we can choose "0" for hint wait time. I want to play, not wait for the meter to fill up if I need it. Hint system is helpful, but we do not have a transport feature as such. Instead, we have the map open and show us where we go next. It also shows where we may have missed a collectible, if you choose to use that feature. I love these maps. Areas are clearly marked with picture and identified by name. Collectibles aren't bad. We need to find 13 photos of suspects. These photos are not huge and they morph fairly quickly. Very easy to miss. We also have 14 evidence items. Not easy to tell which items might be used, so look everywhere. Some are small, some are not. Then we have 44 coins to use to buy items for our office. Usually we can spend coins while playing the game, but for some reason, that feature did not work. Hopefully at the end of the game, we do get to go shopping. This story is familiar, but well done. The lead in to the story in the beginning pulled you in right away. We seem to have a tough but fair Judge who paid the ultimate price, but why? The story is easy to follow and flows very well. The game is not terribly challenging, but it does have enough to keep you moving and interested. I like this Developer and I really like this game. I think all levels of players will find this one interesting and challenging. Gave this one a 4.75, only because of the occasional blurry graphics. Yes, I am adding it to my collection of CE games. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. Play on!
Date published: 2019-05-26
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