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James Patterson: Women's Murder Club -- A Darker Shade of Grey (PC)

James Patterson: Women's Murder Club -- A Darker Shade of Grey (PC)
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Jul, 2014

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Women's Murder Club: A Darker Shade of Grey

 

James Patterson is a very prolific writer: since his first novel was published in 1976, he's written more than sixty books that have been extremely successful. He is particularly well known for his ongoing thriller series like Alex Cross, Maximum Ride...

Clever plot; well-rounded main characters; great, sassy writing; random hidden object segments abandoned for nicely implemented scenarios; limited dialogue system and inventory use are a welcome addition

Supporting characters are a little stereotypical and dull; some standalone puzzles and minigames are a little too far-fetched; quite short and fairly easy even for a casual game

The second Women’s Murder Club adventure is a clear (and welcome) step away from traditional hidden object games into more casual adventure fare, amounting to a short but pleasant diversion for the fans of the books and newcomers alike.

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James Patterson: Women's Murder Club -- A Darker Shade of Grey

 

The second entry in the Women's Murder Club series, A Darker Shade of Grey is designed to expand upon the previous title's traditional hidden object gameplay by including casual adventure elements such as dialogue, characters, and a point system. Players

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