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Brave Giant is back with an unforgettable case in the Ghost Files series.

When Arthur Christie, famous private detective, wakes up in a strange basement next to an unknown dead man and no recollection of how he got there, he has to act fast! The police are on their way and they won't take "I don't remember" for an answer. Can Arthur pick up the pieces of his lost memory and solve the case of “The Executioner" serial killer? Find out in Ghost Files: Memory of a Crime!!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 2254 MB

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Ghost Files: Memory of a Crime is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Down to Earth Detective Story I rarely review but I enjoyed this a great deal. Especially liked the straightforward storyline with its surprises, and the "dude-appeal." Puzzles were varied and fun, and it didn't feel cliche and "I've played this before" but original and intriguing.
Date published: 2019-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from STOP THE EXECUTIONER AT ALL COSTS REVIEW FROM COMPLETED GAME AND BONUS I loved this game and played it from beginning to end without stopping. This is what a true adventure is all about. You play a hardened private detective called Arthur Christie. There is: * Voiceovers (with dialogue) * Casual, Advanced, Expert and Custom modes; * Interactive map; * Diary; * Find 16 caps,15 floppy discs and 31 pipes. The graphics are terrific - everywhere is well defined, has plenty of colour and items you need are easy to see. The music is orchestral and nice to listen to. Throughout the game you will need to find in each scene either a cap or a floppy disc. You will also need to find a smoking pipe which morphs. The caps/floppy discs are easy to spot, however the pipes are a bit more challenging. The hidden object games are highly interactive straightforward, silhouette and find 12 skulls, screws, money, etc. There are even morphing objects in them as well. These are fun to do and each one takes about 3-5 minutes. However, if you do get stuck finding that ever elusive item, then you can play Shuffle instead. There are a good variety of mini-games to play - ranging from easy to medium. I did them all without any problem or frustration. So, do you wan to get the CE or SE? In the CE the bonus is a preclude to how it all began, there are 8 replayable HOPs, 8 replayable mini-games and 24 Achievements. All up the game and bonus took me about 5 hours, so good value for money. I loved playing Arthur Christie - he's an honest and loyal bloke and definitely want to play him again in the future. Overall, a terrific who dunnit adventure. In all honesty, once I found out why the Executioner was killing off these people, I could understand why. Would I have done the same if I had been in that predicament? Maybe. You decide too. Definitely comes recommended.
Date published: 2019-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RACE AGAINST TIME TO STOP THE EXECUTIONER If you are looking for an action-packed great whodunit mystery game with no glaring red evil eyes, then this second game in the Ghost Files series is the one you don’t want to miss. From the very first scene this game takes off on a race to find a killer, dubbed the Executioner, before you (Arthur Christie) are arrested and convicted of crimes you didn’t commit. Memory of a Crime is a game that is sure to keep you involved and playing for hours. Although I didn’t care as much for the first Ghost Files game, this one seems much better. IMHO, the one downfall in the game (at least for me) is that some of the HOPS rely on barely identifiable silhouettes rather than providing a list or better depictions of the items to be found. Some of those scenes were difficult to complete since I couldn’t figure out what the silhouettes represented. That being said, the HOPS are absolutely genius and very creative. Thankfully, there is more of a balance between the puzzles and the HOPS. The puzzles are well-crafted and fit into the storyline without seeming to be inserted into the game as time fillers. Congratulations to Brave Giant for thinking outside the cookie-cutter box and bringing something interesting to the genre with this game. Help Private Detective Arthur Christie regain bits of his memory as he races to save his reputation and stop the real Executioner before it is too late. The game takes off quickly and keeps going and at times had me on the edge of my seat as I wanted Arthur to evade imminent danger and solve the crime. Memory of a crime is simply a game that you don’t want to miss. As always, please try the demo to see if this is a game that you will enjoy. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Murder, Mystery, Mayhem, and Amnesia tied in an action packed bundle! Completed CE: A gripping story! Action packed! Marvelous voice acting and music score. Locked and loaded with a variety of puzzles. Lots of scenes to investigate to find clues and items to solve the case. Play Detective Arthur Christie is chasing down a killer known as the The Executioner. After waking in a basement Christie finds he has amnesia. As he struggles with to piece things together he reconnects with his ex-partner, Murphy. As the case unravels, Christie's memory slowly returns to unravel a marvelous whodunit. I recommend this game but to a mature audience of 16+ plus years of age because of content found in this game. (Yes, it contains violence that some may not be able to handle.)
Date published: 2019-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from lots of fun This was not your typical boring click and search game like some are Other games like this tend to be predictable and boring Not this one. Very imaginative and entertaining. Glad i played and love the character wish they made more of him
Date published: 2019-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing whodunit! What a ride! This is a great story all together. Nice graphic and good music and audio choices. The hidden object scenes were extremely well crafted. Mini games were all right, a few were great but not all. In total, one of the best detective games!
Date published: 2019-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Liked a lot I liked playing this game. The interaction that you get with it is fun. Played on Expert level so was good. Making decisions from place to place was really fun. I like that.
Date published: 2019-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Good Game This is posted after playing the entire game. I have to say, I was really surprised how much I liked this game. I played the demo and really wasn't impressed, but after reading the reviews, I thought there has to be more to this game that I'm missing. There sure was! It turned out to be fun and addicting. I think the thing about this game that started me off on the wrong foot was the graphics. I wasn't impressed very much with the reality of the drawing, but after a while that took a backseat to the story and games within. The music was a tad bit boring, but the voice overs were very well done. Of course, the effects went along with the action in the scene. The challenge varied as did the types of games. Hidden objects ran the gambit from lists to silhouettes, to finding 12 keys (not my favorite) to morphing objects and everything in-between. I really liked the mini games for a change. I played most of them. So either my patience is growing with age (which I doubt) or they were rather on the easy side. I played in the custom mode so if I didn't like the game it was quickly skipped. I have one regret and that is I wish I had been able to play the game through in one sitting. I played for three days and each time I went back, I had to think what had happened, where I was, what I needed to do and that took away some of the fun. The story was a bit spotty at times, but I'll blame that on not playing the game all at one time. Others have explained the story so I'll not take time to do that here. Just let me say it had me pretty much from the beginning all the way through. Play the demo and see if this isn't a game you might like to add to your collection.
Date published: 2019-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from HOW'D I GET HERE AND WHO ARE YOU? WAIT A MINUTE, WHO AM i? Completed CE Game approximately 5.5 hours (including CE Bonus Chapter and all Mini-Games) Arthur Christie witnessed a brutal murder moments before the perpetrator knocked him unconscious. The problem is, Arthur doesn't know he's Arthur after regaining consciousness. Things often go from bad to worse and for Arthur, things are about to get a whole lot worse because he's the prime suspect in a string of serial murders dubbed The Executioner. Arthur goes on the lam to find the real killer but as he pieces together his lost memories, he discovers way more than he bargained for. Just how deep does this crime go, and how many lives are at stake...including his own? I loved the Crime-solving, Good-Cop/Bad/Cop "missing memory" scenario but I'm not a fan of Gadgets (Forensic Kit) and the mini-games weren't very impressive. I do think this version is the better choice because the CE Morphing Pipes morphed into way too obvious items (all you have to do is look for an object in the scene that is long and thin) the CE Collectible Floppy Disks were the same size as the Collectible Baseball Caps, and most importantly, for a Collector's Edition version, it didn't have a lot of extras. To make matters worse, Brave Giant never lets you see what you are buying, you have to complete the main game before finding out that there are only 8 replayable Mini-Games and 8 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, that's about all you get other than a handful of wallpapers and achievements. So unless you have to have Collectibles & Morphs, this SE version is just as good. There are 19 Hidden Object Scenes in the Main Game, +4 in the CE Bonus Chapter. Most of the scenes are Interactive Listed Items and Multiples of the same Object Finds, but there are several Interactive Silhouetted Shape Finds, Fragmented Item Finds and Related Object Finds as well. All of the scenes are highly interactive, however, the cursor changes to a hand whenever you are required to move something or find & place an item, this eliminates all the challenge in my opinion. Some of the Items Morph (the text itself will change between Blue & white) and you must click on the item when it's in the correct form. There is an alternative Monaco Matching Pair game available instead of the HOS where you click on 2 adjacent Pairs to remove them. There is a Forensic Kit Gadget that is used 4 times during the main game. Thre are different types of evidence to collect (Fingerprints-DNA-Bullet Shells) and each one has a different set-up process to follow using the instruction booklet. The Forensic Kit associated puzzle varies depending n the type of evidence: ?Match DNA by choosing & selecting a microbe from 1 slide and then find its match on the 2nd slide. ?Search for both bullets with the microscope and adjust the clarity. ?Compare 2 fingerprints using a magnifying glass to search for 5 unique marks. ?Compare the DNA of hair samples by searching for microbes that match on both slides. There are 26 Mini-Games +4 in the CE Bonus Chapter. They are mostly jigsaw puzzle variations to help fill in Arthur's memory. I'm a puzzle geek so I didn't mind them, however, they are re really easy to assemble, and I was able to solve all mini-games on the first attempt. There was just too much hand-holding within most of the games because the cursor changes to a hand to scream "pick me-pick me" There were several "fight" scenes requiring you to repeat the sequence of defense/punch moves and I've never been a fan of those either. Below are a few of my favorite games: ??Rotate Hexagonal puzzle pieces to complete the image. ?? Rotate the cogs until they align with their color-coded paper clips. ??Super puzzle tinkering with gauges, sliders, dials, switches, etc. completing one component will unlock the next. (pictured diagram of each step is available on the top right but remains partially hidden until clicked on) ??Place color-coded cables into 2 partial symbol jacks to create the completed symbol shown for each cable. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter takes you back to the beginning of Arthur Christie's investigation, to fill in the blanks when he is first contacted by a very nervous Nicholas Filth. This is a rather short Chapter and there are no Morphs or Collectibles remaining, and there are only 4 Mini-Games and 4 Hidden Object Scenes remaining. The Collector's Edition version has 8 Wallpapers, 5 Music Soundtracks, 24 Achievements, 8 Replayable Mini-Games, 8 Replayable Hidden Object Games, 8 Cutscenes, 16 Collectible Baseball Caps, 15 Floppy Disks, 31 Morphing Smoking Pipes, 6 Main Chapters, +Bonus Chapter, and a Built-in Strategy Guide. GHOST FILES SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-The Face of Guilt (July 26-2017) 4.1 2-Memory of a Crime (August 23-2019) n/ by: Brave Giant Studios
Date published: 2019-08-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Okay but no buy for me This game has great graphics and color. The dialogue is clunky and somewhat irritating. The game play is a little slow. The mini games are just so so nothing really challenging. I played almost an hour of the demo and gave up. I did not care for the voice overs and the story moved too slow.
Date published: 2019-08-23
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