Memoirs of Murder: Welcome to Hidden Pines

Eipix Entertainment presents a riveting new series - Memoirs of Murder: Welcome to Hidden Pines! It’s time to relocate to the town of Hidden Pines! Your excitement over escaping the big city and enjoying your new home quickly turns tragic when your neighbor is murdered! To make matters worse, your spouse is the prime suspect! It’s up to you to piece together the evidence and clear their name. This small-town is hiding some big secrets. Can you crack the case in time? Find out in this gripping Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

From the start, that was a neat feature. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from me This is one intriguing murder mystery you don't want to miss! I particularly liked the Mustache Pedia. There's one in every scene. It was lighthearted fun if you can call a murder mystery lighthearted. Anyone who tried to escape was executed in the town square. I liked the variety in puzzles including in HOGs and the different characters presented. Unfortunately, your accommodations will be less than ideal, because the Mayor's wife has just been murdered, and you're the prime suspect! The graphic and voice overs were also excellent. Mildred immediately accuses you of murdering Dorothy, the police arrest you and take you to the police station for questioning. Any update on that? I'm only half way through the game but I had to stop and write a review. I'm not a fan at all of fantasy games, and there seem to be so many of them lately. The graphics were well done and true to the time period. I was very pleasantly surprised by this game.

Their daughter, maybe? Fletcher moved to Hidden Pines and one was framed for the murder of the mayor's wife. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with just about every type, Interactive List finds, Keywords in Sentences, Multiple Item finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Replacing items into the scene, and Progressive Interactive Silhouetted Shape finds where you find an item that matches the Silhouetted Shape, and then use that item within the scene Interactively to find the next item. Stricken with panic by what you've just witnessed you head to the fireplace and see a small niche' behind a brick. You quickly stash the secret box behind the brick just in the nick of time and in walks Mildred Was a nice length and the bonus chapter was good too. Collectibles in this game are presents. Anyone who tried to escape was executed in the town square. I loved the plot, the way everything was played out and it didn't involve magic, monsters except the human kind , devils or other unworldly critters. True, there were a few anachronisms but I like the detective story genre so this is a game for me. They have you collect clues, among everything else you do, and use an evidence board. The story is classic and fun. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Watchemhate from Eh?!

This review is based upon completed play of the game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Watchemhate from Eh?! Find out what happens next in this exciting new series; it will blow your mind! IMO, it just is not healthy! As one of the other reviewers noted, this is done seamlessly, and it's fun. With great attention to detail everything giving away the identity of your player is changed: you see yourself as Mary in the mirror or as Aaron, you sign the guest book with the according name, you visit your partner in the cell. Look forward to more of this genre. Fortunately, after you finish the bonus game it lets you go back and find them. I want to go back and play as the husband, as I chose to start with the wife in my first time playing. I sat down to play it and was thrilled by what I saw. They have you collect clues, among everything else you do, and use an evidence board. The same is true for the music.


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Bought this the other day and it does not disappoint. I liked the variety in puzzles including Laruaville 9 HOGs and the different characters presented. Graphics and music, story line, interactive play of the characters, different scenes and HO's super. Unfortunately, your Memoirs of Murder: Welcome to Hidden Pines will be less than ideal, because the Mayor's wife has just been murdered, and you're the prime suspect! The first part of the game is a double bill. I Mystery in London kind of wish that they would have added a few extra touches. You wake up 10 minutes later and get the achievement, while the character reminds you that you "don't have time for that". I had a lot of fun playing this game, and I plan to go back and play again soon! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sallyg from Have s of Hidden Object games but rarely review There are also morphing objects in the hidden object scenes and souvenir mustaches props that you can collect post-game. Although I always buy CE versions of games, I often don't play all of the extras, particularly if I haven't been completely satisfied by the initial game. Some of the HOP's are well done, however, the graphics aren't that impressive and one of Dream Inn: Driftwood HOP's with keywords didn't make a whole lot of sense as far as related items go. Oh, I do love this game! The way that the characters worked and allowed the player to switch who they were playing as, was Rescue Team necessarily a new twist but was done really well. Not as many HOPs as I would have liked, but the ones present require interactions in order to obtain, some are hidden behind other objects, so can be tricky to find.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by iluvmydogs from Crack this case I loved it. Suspicion 1. From the start, that was a neat feature. If I did have a complaint, it would be an error in game that they later fixed. Like more story about the dead wife, as we see and hear so little about her. You're just in time for the annual neighborhood party at Mayor William Greenwald's house. The beginning has the characters offer to tell the story to a young woman. This game had me believing one thing, only to be proven wrong and pleasantly surprised on how they handled the events in game. I even understand the storyline don't always get that,but it could be lack of attention and especially the HOS, they are exceptionally well crafted and my only complaint is that there are not so many of them. Suspicion 2 You also find a secret box she had been holding contents unknown. Occasionally you get to switch identities between the husband and wife protagonist, which worked very well. I'll keep it short and sweet. The story being about how this couple Mr. This was very enjoyable for me. The story was wonderful and really was a head scratcher.

The graphics are beautiful, The characters, dialogue, background detail, scenery are done without flaw. I was very pleasantly surprised by this game. And the HOPs were fantastic. The bonus chapter had me wanting to know if the victim was okay after the attempt on their life. Artwork and graphics are excellent as always. The bonus chapter was a nice touch, and it took place post- main game. Occasionally you get to switch identities between the husband and wife protagonist, which worked very well. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Watchemhate from Eh?! If you are bored with the numerous editions of various Eipix games series then you definitely have something to look forward to with this five star release. I Amandas Sticker Book tired of monsters and ghosts all the time.


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Let's Play - Memoirs of Murder 1 - Welcome to Hidden Pines - Part 1

7 thoughts on “Memoirs of Murder: Welcome to Hidden Pines

  1. In particular, I like the idea of being able to play two different characters. Date published: I LOVE this game! Bring a bottle of your favorite wine, and don't forget to don your mustache, this will be the perfect time to meet and greet your new neighbors and tell them a little bit about yourselves.

  2. Kudos to the devs! The storyline is excellent. How wonderful to drop in on the 80s again. If I had to guess, I think they simply couldn't "imagine" a completely new storyline plot, so they decided to create a new series that they know will sell, just because it's a new game series.

  3. Not this one! Make note that when your satchel bag which holds clues glows, you need to place the clues and evidence gathered onto the wall where it is sorted before you can proceed. True, there were a few anachronisms but I like the detective story genre so this is a game for me. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Watchemhate from Eh?!

  4. I have been playing games from BF for 8 years now but due to the fact that most games are reviewed by people that have written hundreds of reviews and usually do a great job at it, I almost never submit a review. The play mostly consisted of running back and forth to a few locations, games and puzzles were scarce and ridiculously easy, and the story itself was a little weak. IMO, it just is not healthy! You somewhat reluctantly agree and take Dorothy her dinner. The graphic and voice overs were also excellent.

  5. I wish there were more like this. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter in the demo and a few after the demo: 1 Replicate a signal pattern using arrows to change sections. They were all different and interesting enough that I played all of them again after the initial game and the bonus games were complete. I'll keep it short and sweet. Puzzles are mostly reasonable.

  6. As one of the other reviewers noted, this is done seamlessly, and it's fun. I'm glad I got the CE, but even an SE version would be good, because there is some first class sleuthing here. I also loved the old timey map which was drawn like a tourist map: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WhiteladiesRd from These Memoirs are Very Welcome and will be Well-Remembered Thrilling, funny, entertaining!

  7. The presents are impossible to overlook, they are brightly colored especially in contrast to the dull yellowish colored scenery and to make it more obvious, they have a huge red bow and ribbon around each present. Just minor things that don't really do anything to the game or my enjoyment playing it. The game was so enjoyable and I hope it will receive great reviews, so that this and other developers are encouraged to keep creating them. The graphic and voice overs were also excellent.

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