MCF: Prime Suspects - Second Installment of Detective Puzzle
Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects can be called a truly worthwhile sequel of the MCF game series. In this version a player is to try himself as a detective hunting for a diamond thief. In search of the truth you will go through 29 locations and smell the true criminal among 20 suspects.
The considerable advantage of this game is that it combines several puzzle types, and so the player is unlikely to get bored with the game play. On each location you are to find the required items helping you to solve the crime while you are pressed on time.
How it works? - Elementary, my dear Watson!
Though I consider these instructions almost of no use, since you'll get substantial information on the case file and ingame hints and tips, you still may want to read it as the explanations of those who has earned a rank of detective.
Your mission within each location is to find the very cleverly hidden items listed on the right part of the game while you have a limited time and number of clicks at your disposal.
Be sure to use it very reasonably to succeed. So, the point is very simple: find and click. But when it comes to practice, it turns out to be pretty difficult: as you have to rummage through the bunch of tiny objects on the picture.
Once the level is completed and you have found enough clues to solve the crime, your mission is to go to the crime computer and solve a puzzle there, just like it was in the previous version of the game.
While solving the crimes, you have to find the batteries to recharge your flash light
Otherwise in the further crime scenes, you are risking to work in a complete darkness, which won't get you anywhere.
Without a doubt, graphics is the most special thing about the game.
Just like in the prequel, you will be delighted at the unique pictures made in the “retro” manner.
Due to the combination of the engaging game plot with the ingame graphics and original sounds, the game makes a strong impression even on the gamers who have tried a great number of puzzles before.
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