Help rookie FBI Agent Jennifer Lourdes, and veteran detective Alan Michaels catch the infamous Unicorn Killer! Track down the murderer, Ira Einhorn, as you bring him to justice in this exciting Hidden Object game. Travel all around the globe and explore important crime scenes. Based on a true story, Real Crimes: The Unicorn Killer, takes you on the long-running chase and extradition of this dangerous criminal!
VideoReal Crimes: The Unicorn Killer
This game was very boring. The game also provides you with too many hints. Being it was a historical reenactment type plot it wasnt all that compelling since the outcome was a given, but game play wise it was fairly decent, no weirdly names objects, and the dialog while needing proofreading here and there didnt seem to have any real "Engrish" problems. There's no gore involved so kids could play it but whether they'd get into it, I don't know. The story moves fluidly and there is no continual going back and forth to same place. Every time I quit playing and came back to it, it hadn't saved and would start from the beginning again. The story sticks to the facts of the real crime. I also really appreciated that I could flat turn OFF the mini games, which I find quite annoying- I play for the object hunt not the inane mini games. The mini games, although a welcome addition, were a bit too easy. The game is way too short; I think most people would have no trouble completing this game in less than two hours. I pribably could have finished it quickly but it was so dark and depressing it I put it off for several weeks before going back to it. The mini games were unique and quite fun, even though I failed one no retrys. A waste of time in my opinion. Additional hints are earned by finishing mini puzzles correctly and other actions in the HOS. It got to the point that I was searching for pale gray images in the background.
I'm not sure if this was done by the same people who did Jack the Ripper but if it is they ought to be ashamed. The story moves fluidly and there is no continual going back and forth to same place. Mini puzzles are mixed in with the HOS and are also repetitive. Some scenes are literally very dark as well. The HOS are straight junk piles with no upgrades at all. The mini games were unique and quite fun, even though I failed one no retrys. The mini games are moderately challenging and the one continual game nice touch. No replay value. This isn't about a Unicorn but a criminal by the name of "Unicorn". The scenes and game play are repetitive. Don't waste your time. I like something that is going to give me some more bang for the buck. Please don't give all the negative reviews your full attention and at least try this surprisingly good game.
I pribably could have finished it quickly but it was so dark and depressing it I put it off for several weeks before going back to it. The graphics are great. There was no excitement and not enough of a challenge. I was all the way through the first 'segment'. Overall boring. This isn't about a Unicorn but a criminal by the name of "Unicorn". You play a new FBI agent assigned to this case to help the FBI agent who has been working the case since the beginning. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by pierrotlunaire0 from Don't waste your time or money First of all: quite boring. I like something that is going to give me some more bang for the buck. It's the same answer for all the games that I have thought about purchasing. The game takes as long to play as it did to read the prior sentence. There maybe 20 locations, with only one HOS per location, which is another reason the game is so short. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by BrittysMom from Just Ok the game quickly becomes boring. Upon completion of this game, I felt no sense of achievement; I merely sighed and thought, "Is that it?