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Help The Homeless 5 Points You gave a homeless a bottle of wine
Scene of Crime 5 Points Your first scene of the crime
First Death 10 Points Your first death in Raven Crime
Picklock 10 Points Your first picklock ever
Solve the Crime 25 Points You finished game Raven Crime
Puzzle with Letters 100 Points Correct placement of the puzzle
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Solve a mysterious crime, the murder of a beautiful young woman with a raven tattoo. Use your detective skills to uncover clues that stem multiple investigations and lead you down a challenging path! This PNC / Escape game is uniquely developed with 3 long winded stages that will test you logic and problem solving skills. Embark this journey as John Anderson, a detective that has come back from an extended break on the task force. Good luck solving the crime, and be careful... the streets of New York City are dangerous!

Instructions:
Use your mouse to move the main character, John Anderson. Examine evidence and question witnesses and police officers in order to gather as much information as you can. Use your cell phone and read text messages to piece together the crime. Collect various objects and combine them to dive deep into the evidence. Play through the in game tutorial to learn quick commands and learn the skills you need to solve this mysterious case.

Reviews


CatalysteCatalyste

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 31, 2014

I ran into a problem at the last lock pick puzzle as there was an issue with the third tumbler. When you hear the click, it does not respond like the first two. Yesterday I had to quit the game because I could not pass this part, and today I still had some trouble with it. I was able to get past it by holding W down longer than the other two.

In connection to this, I would have liked to have a Save option within the Options. Due to the mentioned issue, I could not save my game. So I had to start over from scratch in order to get to the point where I left off. At first I thought it was my fault for not saving, but then I found out that no such option is given to me.

Anyway thanks for the game. I love the mystery/crime scene ones. I'd like to see more.


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master-surgeonmaster-surgeon

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 25, 2014

Really dig this game! Am I the only one that feels like I'm getting some Dexter references in this game? (Debra, James Doakes, etc)



Teyvi15Teyvi15

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 23, 2014

They Should Make Another part



Scrapper92Scrapper92

Rated 1 / 5 stars July 20, 2014

As a game the mechanics were decent but everything else fell short. The graphics and sound were poor. The story itself was absolutely horrendous and ranks up there as one of the worst stories I've ever seen in a flash game. The puzzles were senseless - having to steal some guy's credit card and PIN number just so you can buy a bottle of water? And the fact that his pin number was written on the bathroom mirror is never explained or questioned. It was seriously one of the worst set pieces I've ever seen.

But nothing compares to the absolute smattering the English language took. Every line - every sentence has a grammatical error. I get that English probably isn't your first language, but you should've found someone who knows how to translate.

But the game ran smoothly and there weren't any glitches. It's a shame that everything else was as bad as it was.



rubitowrubitow

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 17, 2014

Story was good, artwork was good. Some puzzles were alright, some were pretty straight-forward (pick object A, pick object B, combine, use), some had no sense at all (like when you have to get the card pin, or the call at the end... Did she really had to tell you about the trash? let the player discover things).
I like very detailed games, so I think most dialogues were either vague or obvious, some other seemed like made on the run... Also you misspelled the word "bottles" many times..
Game overall was entertaining though. And I liked the plot twist.