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Game Review   2011-07-27

 

Special_Enquiry_Detail__The_Hand_that_FeedsSpecial Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds

 

Another hidden object game from Floodlight Games is available for the genre fans now. Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds has a few really nice touches. The game is polished in its story and graphics and the challenges for the players.

 

 

 

 

The mystery, involving the death of a philanthropist's teenage daughter, is smart and well written.

 

Special_Enquiry_Detail__The_Hand_that_FeedsYou follow two detectives, newly assigned to the SED, as they investigate the death of young Carmody Phelps. Nobody in her life, it seems, is above suspicion; her parents, her ex-boyfriend, even her best friend from school all seem to be hiding something.

 

You'll swap between detectives as they follow leads, and also process evidence as the forensic technician.  Apart from figuring out clues like Carmody's diary and bullets, you'll have to interview witnesses and suspects; make sure you pay attention to what they say, because you'll need that information to solve puzzles later in the game.The object searching comes into play during the detectives' investigations. They'll comb scenes not only for vital clues – which are thankfully referred to only as "Clue" in your item list – but also other random objects.

 

Special_Enquiry_Detail__The_Hand_that_FeedsThe locations are beautifully and realistically drawn, but there is a mild amount of repetition in the collections of things you need to locate. You're constantly being asked to track down gloves (both alone and in pairs) and flashlights. It doesn't happen enough to diminish the fun of the hunts, but it is a minor irritation.

 

A few puzzles are mixed in with the object searches, and they vary from the simple (finding a keyboard and mouse so that you can use your computer) to the more complex (assembling a ring puzzle to unlock a safe). They're all skippable after a waiting period, but none of them are too difficult or obnoxious, so you'll probably want to work through them all.

 

The gameplay of Special Enquiry Detail is top notch, but what really sets it apart is its well-crafted story, which would be right at home in any crime show.

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Game Review   2011-07-27

 

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Jean  2012-08-19 00:11:00
Rebecca S1) I don't think that people are naulralty altruistic. Everyone does things for selfish reasons even if that reason is just feeling good about themselves. People respond to specific incentives in order to gain for themselves, or in order to feel good about something that they've done. For example, if you take decide to give someone who you don't know money, then both of you are really gaining something. The other person gains money, and you gain the satisfaction of knowing that you did something good. 2) The reason why someone chooses to do something positive for another person, doesn't matter as much as the act that is being done. If you choose to give someone money, it doesn't matter why you are doing it, what matters is the fact that the other person is benefiting. We can hope that everyone does things out of the kindness of our hearts and willingness to help others, but even if the reason is why not? the fact is that something positive is still being done.
 

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