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Here begins Briget's trial for the murder of Dr. Raleigh. The Trial is in five parts. This is the first part which is a movie of the Prosecutor making his case against her.

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AbsintheAbsinthe

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I played the last two parts and

Personally paying 5 bucks isn't a huge deal to me, and I love zapdramtic games. while I do dislike how some characters look a little disturbing in facial quality the series is about social interaction for those people who have played the last two parts like I did know it was not the end, I don't want to spoil the ending but, I found the ending to be very interesting and how all the stuff that happened in the past was just a wild goose chase and the killer was somone we didn't even know about.

It has a major twist so pay the five to see the ending or not thats all I have to say. the company wants to give you a taste so they can get money later on.


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duriumdurium

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Great but..

i think and i guess this game shudv been great but the movie was only avilable :/
notthe "game"



zul200289zul200289

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great!

Loved this series. I'm just as confused as prometheus though about the plot



Prometheus666Prometheus666

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Hm..

So here's my problem.

In the previous two games I spent a little over half an hour proving that Bridget WAS the killer, and that was fun, she was trying to frame Ted.

Now you want me to play a game where the ghost of the dead chick tells me she WASN'T the killer and I have to defend her? And you want me to pay for this plot hole?

Well, the thing is, I love these games, and at only 5 dollars it seems to be worth it, I just hope not all of the games on your site have this same problem.

Anyway, great job, apparently some people can't afford 5 bucks, but I can because I'm like super rich and wipe my rear with 5 dollar bills :) Or is it because I work... and have a credit card... who knows :D

So great job, everything, with the exception of this movie, the series was great, but I have to rate this movie according to my own tastes, just to be clear, this isn't getting a perfect rating, and it's not because I have to pay for it.

Plot holes and/or constant changes in a storyline really screw things up for me.


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HallaBazookaHallaBazooka

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great movie, and very fun series, but...

ZeldaFreak701 has a point. Seriously guys, there's no need to complain that Michael is asking for $5. There's a reason, you know. This series is for building on communication and problem solving skills. So, if you need more communication skills, or just think the games are fun, shell out the $5. It's not an expensive offer. In fact, paying for the membership helps Michael Gibson create more brilliant flash games. Please, people, if you're not interested in paying a small $5 fee, don't make it public. Judge this movie for what it is: a recap of the Ambition series.


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