Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon
Lindsay, Claire, and Cindy are challeneged with the case like never before in Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon. The game is developed by Floodlight Games and published by I-play for the fans of the WMC series fans.
Someone is carefully copying famous serial killers like Jack the Ripper and the Boston Strangler with plenty of evidence but without clues to his identity.
Lindsay, Claire, and Cindy desparately try to unravel his riddles to prevent another victim.
In Twice in a Blue Moon you will find a combination of hidden object sequences with puzzles to create a game where you'll be challenged as detective Lindsay, medical examiner Claire and reporter Cindy.
As in previous WMC games, you'll switch between characters, using each one's special talents to help solve the case.
Lindsay confronts suspects and snoops around crime scenes, Claire tries to make sense of the forensic evidence, and Cindy digs deep to find hidden motivations and new leads of investigation.
Lindsay and Cindy will have to find a list of objects in a variety of hidden object levels.
The items you have to find are appropriate to the locations you're searching. Most of the times they are placed where you would expect them to be.
Once you've found everything you need to locate, you usually have to use at least some of those items to solve a puzzle.
The puzzles include everything from hangman-style word games to the killer's devious riddles, and solving them will take some creative thinking. You can skip any that prove too frustrating, which I'm not ashamed to say I did when it came to a jigsaw-style puzzle involving those crime CDs of Cindy's.
Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon seems to be the best installment in the series, but it's always up to everyone to decide if it's a must-have for them.
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