Mystery Chronicles: Murder Among Friends

Murder and mistrust abound in the town of Lyon in the year 1899. Trail an elusive killer through the backroads of France, and solve clever puzzles to halt the terror. Comb locations like libraries, museums, graveyards, and sewers for hidden objects and clues. Test your deduction skills and don`t be fooled by false sincerity. Danger is afoot in Mystery Chronicles: Murder Among Friends, a back-stabbing game of suspense.

I read books for that. But even here, the HOS scenes are unusually difficult -- items are super hard to find and the hint function is terribly slow. I think the game took me about 4 hours to play all up. But I wanted to counteract the poor reviews this game has been given. I actually had to close the curtains here because, with the sun shining, I just couldn't see anything, especially the small items and it was night time in the game. The hint button stayed lite and recharged in seconds. The "kiss" theory here - keep it simple, silly. Once you find the valves you can place them anywhere on the back wall that has a spot for a valve. I skip stories. A few are small, like the bullet casings, but they were out in the open. If you like a strictly hidden object game without bouncing around and having to consult a walkthrough, at least give this one a try. Each light must pass through the spot of the same color as well as the grey one. Rated 5 out of 5 by qpqt from Glad I Didn't Listen to the Reviews Yes, it is a strictly hidden object game and, therefore, objects are hidden.

For example, the red light must pass through the red spot and the gray spot at the same time. I skip stories. But I wanted to counteract the poor reviews this game has been given. This is one of those games that when you do find it you'll think, how could I not have seen that. Reviews, mine included, are opinions of a large variety of people that all favor different game genres. Thanks dev! I actually had to close the curtains here because, with the sun shining, I just couldn't see anything, especially the small items and it was night time in the game. There is no penalty for mis-clicks, so if you think you see something click on it. To be fair, the actual puzzle play can be fun and often quite challenging. The "kiss" theory here - keep it simple, silly. If objects are tiny or obscure, instructions are missing or make no sense, or the game has me doing more running than playing I will uninstall that game faster than anyone. I think the game took me about 4 hours to play all up. There was no penalty for mis-clicking, thank goodness. The music was fine - played quietly in the background and I didn't need to turn it down to concentrate. A few are small, like the bullet casings, but they were out in the open.


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The mini-games and puzzles were very easy and didn't take long to do at all. Some of those items blended well. I said I'm here to play not torture myself. Reviews, mine included, are opinions of a large variety of people that all favor different game genres. The graphics are bright and clear, except if it is a night scene where the graphics are a little darker to, Amongg know, simulate night. Lastly the blue light must cross the blue light along with the gray spot. The hint button stayed lite Friendss recharged Mgstery seconds. BTW, there is no BigFish walkthrough, either -- you have to rely on an old Fables of the Kingdom II for text clues. The music was fine - played quietly in the background and I didn't need to turn it down to concentrate. The HOS were quite challenging in some scenes Frriends some objects were very small and hard to see - like the bullet holes and Mystery Chronicles: Murder Among Friends. When at all possible I don't use hints or skip puzzles. You can play Mahjongg Platinum 5 either Relaxed or Timed modes. Some Bubble Zoo 2 were quite dark, especially at night, and it was a little hard to see some items. I think the game took me about 4 hours to play all up. Playing this game reminded me of the Agatha Christie: Poirot series.

I said I'm here to play not torture myself. If objects are tiny or obscure, instructions are missing or make no sense, or the game has me doing more running than playing I will uninstall that game faster than anyone. I mute games so I can't give an opinion on music or voice overs. But I wanted to counteract the poor reviews this game has been given. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BellaMorte from A nice challenge While not an overly challenging game, it did have it's moments. Some of the puzzles are challenging, but they can be skipped immediately without waiting for a skip button to fill. Reviews, mine included, are opinions of a large variety of people that all favor different game genres. Taking the time to keep searching or trying to figure something out is part of the satisfaction when it does happen. That way it will be easier to spell the words if they are close together. However, I like a challenge and I did find them all without hinting although I was cursing a bit! Click on the arrow that is showing the direction you want to go in and the stone will move. I am not in a hurry. The hidden objects are quite difficult to find and the hint button recharges slowly. When at all possible I don't use hints or skip puzzles. Don't just go on reviews.

But I wanted to counteract the poor reviews this game has been given. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Midnight Mysteries: The Salem Witch Trials Strategy Guide from A nice break from "adventure" type HO games I agree with a previous review that this game is a great one and do not be discouraged from negative reviews. Date published: Definitely recommended for an afternoon on a rainy day. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from good for me! For this I give 5 stars because I have fun 'til the end and good storyline. It is not a HOA! A few are Murdef, like the bullet casings, but they were out in the open. I played on Timed mode and had no trouble eventually finding all the HOS and playing the mini-games before time ran out.


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Mystery Chronicles: Murder Among Friends

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from good for me! Lastly the blue light must cross the blue light along with the gray spot. I read books for that. I think the game took me about 4 hours to play all up. Once you have the complete word, click on the last letter in order to lock in that word. This is one of those games that when you do find it you'll think, how could I not have seen that. I played this one when it first out and I never leave a review before. I found myself skipping puzzles just because I was so annoyed with their obtuseness. Some of those items blended well. There was just enough challenge to keep me interested. If you can't find something is a scene give it a little more time. They were not hard just pleasingly different. So overall, I did quite enjoy the game. Once you find the valves you can place them anywhere on the back wall that has a spot for a valve. Objects can be small - yes.

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  1. The HOS were quite challenging in some scenes because some objects were very small and hard to see - like the bullet holes and casings. It is much like the Agatha Christie games but without the seemingly endless dialog. The cut scenes are static and pretty abysmal. Rated 5 out of 5 by qpqt from Glad I Didn't Listen to the Reviews Yes, it is a strictly hidden object game and, therefore, objects are hidden. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by RinnaRose from A challenge but not that fun!

  2. It is not a HOA! Taking the time to keep searching or trying to figure something out is part of the satisfaction when it does happen. The "kiss" theory here - keep it simple, silly. Once you find the valves you can place them anywhere on the back wall that has a spot for a valve.

  3. I think the game took me about 4 hours to play all up. I found myself skipping puzzles just because I was so annoyed with their obtuseness. Close the book. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from good for me! For this I give 5 stars because I have fun 'til the end and good storyline.

  4. The hidden objects are quite difficult to find and the hint button recharges slowly. I am not in a hurry. I actually had to close the curtains here because, with the sun shining, I just couldn't see anything, especially the small items and it was night time in the game. I played on Timed mode and had no trouble eventually finding all the HOS and playing the mini-games before time ran out. First and foremost let me make this clear.

  5. When at all possible I don't use hints or skip puzzles. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by RinnaRose from A challenge but not that fun! I skip stories. This game is none of the above.

  6. No harm, no foul. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BellaMorte from A nice challenge While not an overly challenging game, it did have it's moments. I am there to play and nothing else. There was just enough challenge to keep me interested. But I wanted to counteract the poor reviews this game has been given.

  7. Some scenes were quite dark, especially at night, and it was a little hard to see some items. The hint button stayed lite and recharged in seconds. You can play on either Relaxed or Timed modes. The music was fine - played quietly in the background and I didn't need to turn it down to concentrate. Playing this game reminded me of the Agatha Christie: Poirot series.

  8. In other words, when you find a letter that matches, go ahead and place them on all the spots at that time. I have not finished it yet, so I don't know how long it is. The letters at the bottom will have the same symbols but they will only be shown once. This game does just that - gives you a break. Very few of the "clues" or other items help you actually solve any of the puzzles, so it all begins to seem just like a parade of puzzles married to nothing.

  9. First and foremost let me make this clear. It is not a HOA! The mini-games and puzzles were very easy and didn't take long to do at all.

  10. So overall, I did quite enjoy the game. It is basic, yes. I played this one when it first out and I never leave a review before. At that point choose another letter until you get it right. The music was fine - played quietly in the background and I didn't need to turn it down to concentrate.

  11. The "kiss" theory here - keep it simple, silly. Now try to see the correct answer for the second bar, which in my case is number 3. This game does just that - gives you a break.

  12. I actually had to close the curtains here because, with the sun shining, I just couldn't see anything, especially the small items and it was night time in the game. However, I like a challenge and I did find them all without hinting although I was cursing a bit! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from good for me!

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