Accepted into the Great Detective Society, Mackenzie has become a fully-accredited sleuth! Trouble is, people do not take her seriously. All that changes when a string of strange thefts pulls her into a puzzling plot, and have to use all of her skills and intuition to discover the motive behind the crimes and solve the mystery!
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A hilariously off-beat story spanning 5 Episodes! Longer, wittier, and more entertaining than the first Touch Detective, the new plot develops over the course of 5 interrelated chapters, each playing off the one before.
Over twice the locations to visit and all-new characters to compliment the returning cast from the original! Cromwell, Penelope, and even your trusty sidekick Funghi all make a return in Touch Detective 2½, and if you want to get to the bottom of the mystery, you will need their help!
More unlockables! Solve side quests and complete an all-new Touch List and Investigation Report to gain access to new music and art!
Touch Detective 2 12 is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Looking forword to the third game.I Love this game. This game is so unique and fun to play, not to mention very challenging the first time you play it. I would definitely recommend buying this game for people who just want to relax and play a good detective game. Also, this game is supposed to finally get a sequel after 6 YEARS!!!XD SO looking foreword to it. Mackenzie even has new rival. For those who would like to play the new game, it's: Touch Detective Rising 3: Does Funghi Dream Of Bananas?.
Date published: 2013-10-04
Rated 4 out of
"Glad to play the sequel!"Personally, I was a huge fan of the first Touch Detective game, and I'm glad to finally be playing the sequel. Anyone who played the first game, I highly recommend playing the second one. I don't quite understand why they called it "Touch Detective 2-1/2" but, whatever the case, it's a great game. I really like the fact that they made the game so you could catch up on what you missed in the case you didn't play the first game. Normally, I'm not a person who prefers mysteries and such but this game did catch my eye.