Detective Riddles: Sherlocks Heritage

A sinister conspiracy is brewing and only the most capable private detective can help! Outsmart the villain and strike first! Solve the Evil Genius's clever puzzles and surpass even the great Sherlock himself in your deductions! The path to catching the villain will take you through 120 unique Griddlers, and only a true detective can remain steadfast and solve them all!

You must start all over again - which is annoying. I dislike the crossing off of the numbers as you go, because it is confusing. I'd buy that right away if you want fun and a colorful challenging game. I expected from the name to find this game to be a mix of the puzzle grids and some sort of riddle to be solved. Actually, I did not discover any "story" for any of the "cases. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by phatkhat from Meh. No bells and whistles, just bare bones. The scoring screens after each round took a bit long to disappear or maybe I'm still too grouchy this morning! I go watch a movie I return to them whenever I need a break from the other types of games. If I didn't know how to play this type of puzzle, I would have to figure it out on my own, so why bother? No one's written about Detective Riddles - Sherlock's Heritage 2 yet. They are much more intriguing. If you don't care about game play and are willing to purchase a new mouse - I say buy it.


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For hardcore griddlers. Note that your post won't be visible Fort Defenders: Seven Seas away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. For Sherloc,s, it's a no. You are allowed no mistakes, so if you want to achieve 3 stars for all the grids, you might Sparkle Unleashed replaying some of the grids over again to do that. I LOVE these games. Replays are unlimited. Don't be fooled I enjoy playing these types of games and it is nice that they take so long to play. I also don't like the lack Degective autofill for the empty squares. I will purchase because I love to play this game this type of game to focus on work-related issues and there are always Dteective issues. The only thing Fables of the Kingdom wish could be changed in these games is the requirement of making zero mistakes in order to win all the stars for that location. I didn't find anything beyond the grids. Each grid starts with 2 available hints.

And it is similar to Fantasy Mosaics, except there is only one color. Submit Thank you for writing a review! Points are won as you play the grid, but aren't credited to you unless you finish the grid. Love them. I also don't like the lack of autofill for the empty squares. You dispise powerups. Love these nanograms with no frills, no bells, no whistles Love them. It is lacking some of the WOW factor of auto-fill and multiple colors. I had to repeat 3 of the grids after having too many mistakes. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by CAblondie from a bit slow pace This review is based off the trial. I never use hints while playing griddlers. This is what you like, so get it. As for taking your cues from the picture you are building, forget it.

You must start all over again - which is annoying. The way it should be. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by phatkhat from Meh. Let's see you fill them all with NO mistakes and Syerlocks hints. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team Feeding Frenzy it before we post it publicly. This is a form of Sudoku in which you must calculate which squares are filled in and which are not. You have to actually click on Detecttive tutorial to get it, and could chose expert or beginner, but there were no instructions and if you drastically make a huge error, the Herktage just stalls, it doesn't know what to do Love these nanograms with no frills, no bells, no whistles At least for me, they, at Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist me focus and concentrate my thoughts while working on a project.


You continue this process of deduction until all cells are filled in, if you get stuck, there are hints available that will fill in a random cell for you. I have become quite spoiled at having the tri-colored grids that Fantasy provides, so these monochromatic entries started to bore me after about 20 minutes. Fantasy Mosaic just released 9 yesterday. I will purchase because I love to play this game this type of game to focus on work-related issues and there are always work-related issues. Whose bright idea was that?! I read that some had issues with the tutorial. That's why they offer extra hints. I like the stories in WM, and really loved the professor's corny jokes in GS. If you don't care about game play and are willing to purchase a new mouse - I say buy it. You just have to find that logical answer that seems not to be there, but is. It makes it hard for older people to see and click. The pics are better in the first Arizona Rose game than in the second, but once you get past the first set, they get better. I enjoy playing these types of games and it is nice that they take so long to play. Submit Thank you for writing a post! All you have is some tough griddles, and your challenge is to figure out how to fill them.

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If you don't care about game play and are willing to purchase a new mouse - I say buy it. Isn't the goal to achieve a perfect score of 3 stars? It's a fill-in until a better one comes out. They are much more intriguing. Logic puzzle fans would probably enjoy this one. That said, some of the puzzles are right difficult, and it will do until a better one comes along. I also don't like the whole idea of collecting coins. You dispise powerups. The pics are better in the first Arizona Rose game than in the second, but once you get past the first set, they get better. I couldn't figure out how the other 2 "power-ups" worked, so I just kept buying the hints. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SandraSwede from No frills, hardcore nanogram That's why they offer extra hints. The way it should be.

14 thoughts on “Detective Riddles: Sherlocks Heritage

  1. If you are new to this type of game, I would suggest passing on this one, the tutorial isn't very informative and the grids progress quickly, the storyline is nonexistent, the grids only have one basic color, and the final picture often leaves you scratching your head as you try to figure out what it represents. That said, some of the puzzles are right difficult, and it will do until a better one comes along. And yet they let you buy extra hints if you want to. At least for me, they, at help me focus and concentrate my thoughts while working on a project.

  2. Submit Thank you for writing a post! Write a post! Very much like the Asian riddles but without the nice relaxing music.

  3. For me, it's a no. Depending on the sensitivity of your mouse or the steadiness of your hand, you can sometimes click on a box without realizing it and, bingo, you have your first mistake. Love them. I couldn't figure out how the other 2 "power-ups" worked, so I just kept buying the hints.

  4. Love them. I don't play with hints and I never finish a series until all the gold stars are in place. Why would you want to buy extra hints if you're not supposed to use any at all? However, I have been spoiled by the offerings of another dev, which provides auto-fill in and multiple screens of varying colors.

  5. Griddlers or Mosaic puzzles require you to fill in squares on grids of different sizes. Get real people, please. That had to be it.

  6. You have to actually click on the tutorial to get it, and could chose expert or beginner, but there were no instructions and if you drastically make a huge error, the tutorial just stalls, it doesn't know what to do All that room and the playing surface is so small. This game is similar to World Mosaics, except the numbers are crossed off as you use them, which can be confusing.

  7. I don't understand why these games of late are making it sound as if you are solving a mystery of some sort. At least in these type of games you can buy hints if you get stuck, but this one was so easy, there was no need. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SandraSwede from No frills, hardcore nanogram Very much like the Asian riddles but without the nice relaxing music.

  8. If you are new to this type of game, I would suggest passing on this one, the tutorial isn't very informative and the grids progress quickly, the storyline is nonexistent, the grids only have one basic color, and the final picture often leaves you scratching your head as you try to figure out what it represents. For hardcore griddlers. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by VirginiaPat from It's not Holmes; it's mosaic logic This is based on the demo only - I dislike it when reviews are posted only from the demo, but that fact isn't stated. This is a pic cross type game where you deduce which cells are filled or crossed off in each row and column with at least one empty cell between each set of numbers. I dislike the crossing off of the numbers as you go, because it is confusing.

  9. I don't care about 'storyline, visuals, etc. I LOVE these games. It is lacking some of the WOW factor of auto-fill and multiple colors. Very much like the Asian riddles but without the nice relaxing music.

  10. For hardcore griddlers. Hope you also enjoy it. Most of the grids in the harder part of the game were 20 across by 15 down. I never use hints while playing griddlers. I expected from the name to find this game to be a mix of the puzzle grids and some sort of riddle to be solved.

  11. Fantasy Mosaic just released 9 yesterday. The graphics are nice, and the puzzle doesn't automatically cross off numbers before the blanks are filled in a row or column, so in those areas it was satisfactory. If you don't care about game play and are willing to purchase a new mouse - I say buy it. I don't play with hints and I never finish a series until all the gold stars are in place. It takes patience and deduction to solve every level.

  12. I LOVE these games. Submit Thank you for writing a review! I like this game but I tend to like the another dev who also provides these game a little better. I know I sure did. Unless you don't want to sleep for a week, you cannot finish this game in one setting.

  13. I don't know how many times I quit and came back before I finished. I didn't find an option at all for the tutorial, I usually opt for the tutorial so I can critique it. Love these nanograms with no frills, no bells, no whistles There is no story line whatsoever, nor is there any "picture" when the mosaic is completed. For me, it's a no.

  14. If I didn't know how to play this type of puzzle, I would have to figure it out on my own, so why bother? I never use hints while playing griddlers. Fantasy Mosaic just released 9 yesterday. All filled cells give you coins, and some of the cells have bonus coins, the coins can be used to purchase 2 starting hints, the right to make three mistakes or refill hints on that level. No cute stories, no pretty pictures, no power-ups who was the idiot who thought that power-ups are needed for this kind of puzzle?

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