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Domini Games brings you the newest gripping case in the Fatal Evidence series! Your best friend’s bad luck takes a disastrous turn when his wife goes missing. Just when things seem like they can’t get any worse, he’s arrested for her kidnapping! But this is no open and shut case, and you quickly find evidence of foul play. The question is, who would want to frame your friend and why? It’s up to you to crack the case and clear his name before it’s too late. Do you have what it takes? Find out in this riveting Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • The Dark Hunter is threatening you and your family with deadly explosions - can you stop him in time?
  • Play - and re-play! - more challenging HOPs and mini-games!
  • Earn Achievements, outfit your Kitchen, and collect all the photos and statuettes!
  • Replay videos and download original concept art, wallpapers, and soundtracks!
  • Don't go it alone - take along 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: 1336 MB

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Fatal Evidence: The Missing Collector's Edition is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Up for a Work Vacation in Saint Mary's This is the nicest game I have seen in a while, and to play so far. I have found the story-line exciting, intriguing, and serious. This is the kind of story I can stay caught up in. It felt authentic, with clever characters. I am still playing the demo. The mini-games have more than one difficulty level to choose from. The hidden object puzzles have a really good looking alternate match-3. I just looked into it and was wowed, but I was having too much fun with a detailed full room spot the differences. I did try a tile, though, and found it easy to move. I was already enjoying the first part of the game because of the intuitive logic required for putting things together. I like a game that I can connect to the real world a bit, so that I am still thinking a little bit logically even though I am involved in an escape. I also like trial and error games a little bit, maybe more than most people. Don't think I think its normal of me, but I enjoyed the powdered lock. I also loved the tunnel. I had time to use the map. It works well, has all the details, and is really nice looking, you can see every connected room from one room, the way you sometimes do in dreams. Artwork is the most important thing, after mental challenge, and logic, in these games, well and story line, and I was seeing really nice artwork that reminded me of the environment after rain. I might not even have written a review but when the game opened onto the Saint Mary's scenes I felt I had to say something about the overall quality of the game, because it was so lovely. The colors, there and everywhere, are vibrant and clean. I really love some of the artwork. The characters are awesomely cute, I admit that, although I do not get this: the wallpaper featuring a picture of a character fashion. I would rather see landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, inner rooms, and objects, when the characters aren't even real people. I kind of understand the costumed animals and monsters but only those and only when they are really really really good. I also loved the kitchen. Thanks! (Now, I don't need a real one.)
Date published: 2020-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fatal Evidence I like this game. One does look for many items but they are used fairly quick so not bothersome to me. Didn't use the hint button but a couple of times since the game made sense and bonus items were not hard to find but one still had to look. Maybe a little tame compared to the other Fatal Evidence but I still liked it . One does get there money's worth with a good length to the main game and the bonus game longer than most recent games coming out so very good thing but some might think it as boring because of the length . I did not. The endings were both surprising with the bonus chapter not even close to what I was thinking but was a good surprise. Try before you buy it and if you like it you will like the rest of the game.
Date published: 2020-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the best The best game I ever played! Great story line excellent graphics!
Date published: 2020-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game to occupy your Lazy Sunday This was really a great game graphics and storyline kept me playing until i finished it the bonus chapter was really good as well nice endind. Keep more coming Fatal Evidence seems being quarantine playing games like these will make the day go faster.
Date published: 2020-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A pretty good solid fun game The game was pretty good, clean graphics, decent puzzles, you almost always knew where to go next and what to do as the objects made sense. There were some cut scenes and a couple of characters to interact with. The bonus chapter was short and not spectacular, but the main game was definitely pretty good.
Date published: 2020-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a Bad Diversion for a Shelter in Place Day It's strange I swear I felt at least 1 scene I had been before while playing another game. HOG's are not always "logical" in play after all their games and face it not all who create the games are logical themselves, just normal. I have been replaying many of my favorite games so this new release was a welcome diversion. The game is not a blockbuster -- very few are -- so just relax and take in a diversion to what my help with cabin fever.
Date published: 2020-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A CAT-AND-MOUSE THRILLER REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 5 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 47 pages (My time: 5 Hours) When your brother, Colin, is charged with the kidnapping and possible murder of his wife, Dakota, you are off to investigate. Someone is trying to frame your brother for these crimes, but who? Be prepared to play a cat-and-mouse game with an evildoer with unexpected motives. Be warned! There is a surprise ending in this game. This is a game which will keep you guessing until the last moment. Domini is my favorite developer. They always provide more game for the money. Although this is a decent game, for me, it is not of the same quality as some of their other games. The graphics are characteristic of Domini with their trademark colors of neon green and bright purple along with items with their logo on them. These colors are subdued somewhat in this game, which, to me, is a welcome change. The story behind the game is a well-written whodunit. Nevertheless, I found the game somewhat boring! For a game which is a mystery with a race against time, one would expect it to be fast paced. However, this is not the case. Toward the middle of the game, the game becomes snail-paced. I credit this to the lack of dialogue, lack of activities, and the constant back-and-forth motion between scenes searching for inventory items. Much of the game seemed like time filler with back-and-forth movement from scene to scene without purpose. There are three collectibles. Collect an equal number of morphing statuettes and photos – fifteen (15). Also collect coins which are used to purchase items for a kitchen. I found most easy to locate. An indicator bar lights up when a collectible is to be located within the scene. There are eighteen (18) HOP scenes, with fifteen (15) which can be replayed at the end of the game. There is a Match-3 game which can be played in lieu of the scenes. They are creatively designed, and, to me, are better designed than the puzzles. They are interactive and include silhouette and lists of items. However, there are matching scenes, one rebus scene, and one creative scene in which the player searches for an item and then uses it back within the scene. There are twenty-five (25) mini-games. Fifteen (15) can be replayed at the end of the game. Some of the mini-games have the option to be played in either an “Easy” or “Hard” mode. Some of the puzzles are creatively designed; however, there are a few which I don’t consider puzzles. Entering a number code on a lock, to me, is not a puzzle. Domini is known for their mini-games, providing more of them than other developers and providing the choice of difficulty in playing them. Nowadays, they seem to be providing less puzzles with each new game. I would like to see more puzzles and less HOP scenes in their games. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 40 achievements. • Collect 15 morphing statuettes and 15 photos • Collect 40 coins to purchase items for your kitchen • 10 wallpapers along with concept art, music, and video sequences • Replay 15 mini-games and 15 HOP scenes upon completion of the game BONUS CHAPTER: It is another cat-and-mouse tale which is similar in format to the main game. Play Mr. Fleming. A masked man, the Dark Hunter, contacts you indicating that you are wearing a bomb on your wrist which will detonate in an hour. Run to-and-fro trying to save yourself as well as friends and family from this madman. I liked this story better than the one from the main game and it has a surprise ending as well. Continue to collect the collectibles. There are nine (9) mini-games and five (5) HOP scenes. There are some fantastic HOP scenes and mini-games in this chapter. To me, this is a worthy addition for the collector’s edition designation. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: (E=Easy, H=Hard) A. Moving blocks puzzle. Move “blocks” (flowers) to create a path for a key to move from left to right within the grid. Awesome and beautiful puzzle B. E/H Strategy puzzle. Switch bricks on wall so that each row and column has the number of bricks as listed on the top and sides of each column and row. C. E/H. Switch puzzle. Switch stones so their silhouettes match with those on a given piece of paper. D. E/H Sequence puzzle. Rotate cubes containing pictures of the storyline. Put the cubes in sequential order as it unfolds in the story. Rotating one affects the others. BONUS CHAPTER: E. E/H. Maze puzzle. On a grid plot a course for a hook to reach a gas cannister while avoiding obstacles. Upon landing an obstacle, the game restarts F. Matching puzzle. Locate matching dolls. G. Assembly puzzle. Place train tracks into the proper location H. Pipe puzzle. Connect pieces of pipe from one end to the other. I. Amusement Park ride. Ride a roller coaster by clicking on arrows which dictate the direction and moves of the coaster. Beware of landing on squares with crosses
Date published: 2020-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Old skool fan Since being stuck in the house I've been re-playing many of my old games from 10 or more years ago. So much has changed, most noticeably are the colors. Old skool colors were subdued, tertiary, sophisticated. Today's colors are like a disney movie on steroids, ugh! The old skool puzzles were more interesting, thoughtful, clever. Today's puzzles not so much. My biggest pet peeve is this: who ever heard of a screwdriver turning right to loosen a screw? LOL "righty tighty, lefty loosey" another old skool saying! Today's games feel like the same template with different names, same old, same old. This one is just another example of a new game, it's ok but also kinda meh.
Date published: 2020-03-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slow Game Not Up To Domini Potential! Based on demo only. I was so looking forward to a great who done it game but this one is not the one. To me it was slow moving and at times somewhat boring. I truly dislike the "insert" HO's. I fail to see the purpose of these.Why not use the entire screen? Isn't that why we have large screens? There is quite a bit of back and forth and I actually had to use the map more than I have in any other game just to know where I should go next. Nothing really jumped out at me to say Oh, this is what I need to do next. Most of the inventory items are small and each is in their own little circle. Again, why? The graphics are okay but nothing special. I would really like to know what all happens in the game but I just cannot buy this one. I will recommend it because it is not a horrible game. It is just not for me. Try the demo and see what you think.
Date published: 2020-03-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wake Up Domini! So disappointing! I love a good murder mystery but this wasn't one. Your time is wasted doing repetitive and illogical tasks. Looking for a killer? Let's stop and play a video game. Throw away any tools so you can boost the economy by buying new ones again and again and again. It becomes less and less clear how or why you are trying to solve this obscure murder. You find a USB and put it into a computer; surely you are going to at last find some info about the crime but no - just another drawer opens and you find yet another object . This is lazy craftsmanship that assumes we don't care about the story or pace or travelling forward on a journey. Boring. Come on Domini - show some respect to us and your brand!
Date published: 2020-03-27
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