A string of murders, seemingly unrelated, unfold before Lindsay and the gang. Beautiful women go missing and turn up dead around every corner leading to an exciting climax involving the least likely of government officials. Play as Lindsay, Claire and Cindy in this thrilling adventure to solve the mystery and stop the killer....
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Become a Part of the Women's Murder Club – Become Lindsay, Cindy or Claire utilizing each of their respective skills throughout the gripping mystery
Immersive Gameplay – Just like the wildly popular novel series, engross yourself in short bursts of immersive story driven action, utilizing new locations and investigative skills
Hidden Objects Everywhere – Solving this mystery can only be done by carefully examining each location and finding the hidden objects
Interrogate Witnesses and Suspects – Uncover their secrets and find the killer. Get to the bottom of the story. Determine what your strategy is in order to obtain a confession
Nail-Biting Mini-Games – Analyze evidence, interrogate suspects and use deductive reasoning skills to put the facts together and reveal the identity of the killer
DSI Feature – Create your own WMC mystery utilizing the DSI camera feature. Determine suspects, evidence and ultimately solve this new case on your own
Womens Murder Club Games of Passion is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Hide and Seek for CrimeOne of the best games I own. I'm an avid player of mystery games and this is my holy grail so far!
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 4 out of
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Pretty Decent GameI was looking for a DS game that seemed interesting to play, as I like murder mysteries and the like. I chose this one to try and wasn't disappointed. The game's storyline was pretty cool, although some mysteries never got solved. That didn't bother me, though. The challenge of the game was perfect; enough to make me search for the items, but not get frustrated because they were too hard to find. I only had to use the hints about 3 times in the whole game. The graphics were nice; nothing fancy. The sound was average but acceptable. I enjoyed the mini-games; they were cute. I also enjoyed the Mahjong game within the game. It passed the time if I needed a break or after I'd completed the whole game, I'd play a few rounds. All in all, I'd recommend the game to others. The only thing I wished for was that the mystery had lasted a little longer. But I didn't complain as everything else was reasonable.