Criminal Stories: Presumed Partners

Nancy Boyle, a young woman without a criminal past, has been found dead near her home in Brooklyn and it's up to Chloé Cunningham and Paul Baxter to track down the killer in Criminal Stories: Presumed Partners. Join the savvy sleuths and utilize expert criminology equipment to investigate crime scenes and uncover clues. Piece together the evidence and unmask the identity of the killer before they strike again in this intriguing hidden object puzzle adventure.

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Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by qeirstyn from U missed the mark! Was hoping for a nice SE for a change, but was very disappointed. The first one allows you to click Mad Mouse drag as Macabre Ring 2: Mysterious Puppeteer as zoom into the entire scene. Also the names of a few items caused me some issues but that can also be attibuted to not being able to make out anything. I sure did. The hidden object scenes were random items strewn about the room mostly Bubble Zoo 2 floor and even when you zoomed into the scene, items were small and unrecognizable. This is mostly a HOG with some HO scenes that include finding a list of objects that appear on the bottom of your Criminal Stories: Presumed Partners. Thanks for the reviews. I may not have given it a fair trial, but I prefer a different type of detecting in my choice of game. Max playing time is around 30 minutes theres goes your free 1 hour of playing. Definitely a no buy for me. The game itself is not challenging or appealing, since it is almost only Hos, locations are repeated a lot, sometimes you have to find different objects, sometimes several of the same object - as several pills, one color at a time, in the same scene. Very old school game play. All in all - could have been good but isn't bya long way.

Latchkey is really a spanner or for North Americans a wrench and best of luck finding some of those small things. The only reason I would buy a game like this would be if I found the story compelling and there are crime games that are easy to play but nevertheless, the story compels you to move on. There are cartoon animated characters with dialogues to read. The first thing I didn't like about it was their pathetic attempt to capitalize on the popularity of the awesome TV show, Criminal Minds, which I love. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Criminal Stories: Presumed Partners Unfortunately there isn't anything about this game that I thought was entertaining. However this game just did not make the cut. Some of what you are looking for is hard, but if you find the stars you get more hints. Especially those that have to do with colors I'm color blind. Characters drift in and out in static poses which change marginally bewteen each scen but not by much. I sure did. Date published: Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hidden Object Game Not recommended too much dialogue through the game. The instructions the game give you are very good.

Well, if you are big fan of HOS, you may like. However this game just did not make the cut. Thanks for the reviews. Might be nice for a beginner, but not for long. There is also option to scroll the screen and you have your forensic kit in the upper right corner as well. But for a Hidden Object game, I found it fairly decent. I have played many crime games far superior Solitaire Match 2 Cards Thanksgiving Day this one. Did I skip some puzzles?


Also the names of a few items caused me some issues but that can also be attibuted to not being able to make out anything. Some items in HOS scenes hard to decipher. Not challenging at all either. Latchkey is really a spanner or for North Americans a wrench and best of luck finding some of those small things. Don't care for the characters popping in and out, very distracting. They remind me of pulp fiction, short and easy to read. Very old school game play. Very simple game. Maybe I missed soething here but it really doesnt matter. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by qeirstyn from U missed the mark! Most objects were easy to find and some were very miniscule but then you can zoom your screen. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by bettyincarlsbad from Did not like I didn't even get my full 60 minutes in before I quit. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jbay from Boring! Relaxing, not taxing -- I don't work hard at something unless I'm paid or earning college credit. Was hoping for a nice SE for a change, but was very disappointed.

The only reason I would buy a game like this would be if I found the story compelling and there are crime games that are easy to play but nevertheless, the story compels you to move on. Latchkey is really a spanner or for North Americans a wrench and best of luck finding some of those small things. But for a Hidden Object game, I found it fairly decent. It the KISS word This is mostly a HOG with some HO scenes that include finding a list of objects that appear on the bottom of your screen. I bought and hate it! There are two features that I thought sounded good in theory. Prefer a list of items to find and not a couple at a time. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by gstout1 from Don't Bother Don't waste your time or money on this one, the graphics leave a lot to be desired they are about like what you would have seen 8 or 10 years ago, all in all it's a very sub standard game, it seems as tho BF is releasing a lot of this caliber of games lately. The later feature actually cut off some of the scene and I didn't realize it until out of frustration I changed modes and voila, there was more to the scene! I'd hoped the storyline would carry this one, and Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by qeirstyn from U missed the mark! Thanks for the reviews.

I found gameplay very tedious and mechanical and the story far from interesting to pursue. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by qeirstyn from U missed the mark! In the opening menu you have no game options and are thrown into the game. I really will not continue with the game to find out and so I really am basing this review on the demo trial version; which incidently gives you an idea what I thought about this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by tailswhiskers from A good detective game If you are looking for a good dective game this is it. You can find blue stars, not so hidden in each scene which will earn you more clues, up to 99! Oh, did I mention I played the entire game and still had hints left? FOr those who like HOGs with interaction and crime stories, be prepared for mediocre graphics, sometimes crisp and sometimes blurry. I'd hoped the storyline would carry this one, and Don't care for the characters popping in and out, very distracting. Mini games well known and easy. All in all - could have been good but isn't bya long way. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Zzzzzzzz!

11 thoughts on “Criminal Stories: Presumed Partners

  1. So if I'm color blind and can still play and enjoy all the challenges that this game offers, I just don't what else to say but I recommend this game. Prefer a list of items to find and not a couple at a time. Definitely a no buy for me. Mini games well known and easy.

  2. Latchkey is really a spanner or for North Americans a wrench and best of luck finding some of those small things. Maybe it get better but However this game just did not make the cut. Dialogues between investigators, or with other characters, are very long, written, and you can not skip.

  3. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by chrstmsgram from Boring! In the opening menu you have no game options and are thrown into the game. This is mostly a HOG with some HO scenes that include finding a list of objects that appear on the bottom of your screen. The hidden objects are not hard.

  4. Some of what you are looking for is hard, but if you find the stars you get more hints. Maybe it get better but Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jbay from Boring! Don't care for the characters popping in and out, very distracting. Very old school game play.

  5. Sure this game is difficult. Very simple game. Some items in HOS scenes hard to decipher.

  6. Sorry, but I just can't find anything to praise this game for. They remind me of pulp fiction, short and easy to read. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by petergee from Foreign import pretending to be home grown Oh dear - this is awful Clicking is a nightmare - well at least it was for me - click on object and click again before it registers. This is mostly a HOG with some HO scenes that include finding a list of objects that appear on the bottom of your screen.

  7. Again not a good recommendation or your money worth. The hidden object scenes were random items strewn about the room mostly the floor and even when you zoomed into the scene, items were small and unrecognizable. Sure this game is difficult.

  8. There is also option to scroll the screen and you have your forensic kit in the upper right corner as well. So if I'm color blind and can still play and enjoy all the challenges that this game offers, I just don't what else to say but I recommend this game. Simplistic and repetitive in places. Oh, did I mention I played the entire game and still had hints left? Maybe it get better but

  9. Especially those that have to do with colors I'm color blind. Sure this game is difficult. You have 6 hints to begin with and can get more by finding the green stars in each scene. Did I skip some puzzles?

  10. There is also option to scroll the screen and you have your forensic kit in the upper right corner as well. I have played many crime games far superior thatn this one. The game itself is not challenging or appealing, since it is almost only Hos, locations are repeated a lot, sometimes you have to find different objects, sometimes several of the same object - as several pills, one color at a time, in the same scene. Did I skip some puzzles? Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hidden Object Game Not recommended too much dialogue through the game.

  11. I deleted it after 10 minutes. I would recommend this game. Simplistic and repetitive in places. But I am NOT wrong about this game.

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