O crime organizado está a tomar conta de Metro City. Como detetive do 83º Recinto, tens de usar as tuas habilidades no jogo de Mahjongg para desenterrar pistas e levar os criminosos à justiça. Don Diamante, o padrinho sem rival da cidade tem de ser localizado e capturado. Recolhe e junta as peças com provas para apanhar os culpados.
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Data de lançamento: 8 Ago, 2007

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O crime organizado está a tomar conta de Metro City. Como detetive do 83º Recinto, tens de usar as tuas habilidades no jogo de Mahjongg para desenterrar pistas e levar os criminosos à justiça. Don Diamante, o padrinho sem rival da cidade tem de ser localizado e capturado. Recolhe e junta as peças com provas para apanhar os culpados. Peças com pistas especiais revelam informações ocultas e mini-jogos no percurso permitem-te interrogar, analisar e fechar o caso! Faz a tua carreira tornando as ruas mais seguras para o bem-estar de todos os habitantes de Metro City.

  • Progride através de 10 níveis no 83º recinto. Tens as capacidades para te tornares em Vice-Comissário?
  • Crimes cada vez mais complexos, com criminosos desafiantes e níveis de jogo cada vez mais difíceis.
  • Vários mini-jogos, podes interrogar, fazer análises de ADN e muito mais!
  • Encontra 5 peças especiais que podem revelar pistas vitais quando combinadas entre elas.
  • Vasta paisagem urbana, com mais de 20 locais para explorar.
  • Capacidade ilimitada de repetição do jogo com reprodução avançada do cenário, sempre diferente cada vez que jogas.

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:

    • Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz or faster
    • Graphics: 32 MB video card
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB free hard disk space
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
13.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 17 Abril
This is two games in one... part mahjonng and part whodunnit. The mahjonng part is what you'd expect, with traditional tiles switched out for modern tiles. However, the whodunnit part kicks in by adding clue discovery, facts about suspects, and suspect elimination as you progress through boards in different locations on each case. There's also an occasional car chase mode which involves matching tiles before the suspect gets away, as well as the interrogation mini-game, which is essentially the memory game. As you nab suspects, you gain rep and get promoted.

It's not terribly challenging, but it's not meant to be. It's a nice diversion that can become a little addicting.

Overall, Mahjonng Investigations isn't spectaular, and the graphics would have been unimpressive a decade ago. But, who cares? What it does it does extremely well, and it's one of those casual games that makes me want to do "just one more" before quitting.

All that said, at $9.99, I'm not sure you'll get value unless you specifically enjoy mahjonng. I got my game in a bundle... so keep an eye out in the usual places for that. I'm giving it a positive with no reservations, as I would have felt the price was okay if I had paid full for it.
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2 de 4 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 7 Janeiro
6.3/10 - Murder Mystery Mahjongg

This is an interesting take on Classic Mahjongg. As you match tiles you uncover clues to determine the killer. You have about 25 minutes to collect enough clues and get warrants to perform searches. With multiple locations and tons of potential targets this game has a good replay value.

This would be a good game to end the night on or just to unwind. I personally wouldn't pay $10. If you like Mahjongg then $5 would be reasonable.


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14 de 14 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
4 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
17.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 26 de Outubro de 2013
You really wouldn't think this would work as well as it does. Taipei-type tile puzzle, but as you solve it you get randomly-generated "clues" to logic out who done it. One time a guy was murdered by three women who were each missing a leg, acting together.

The minigames are optional (they give more clues) but they're fun; there's a memory game, Fake Tetris and some kind of speed thing that isn't particularly difficult. Still, it's a lot of terrible ideas that, all put together, make a really good, compelling whole. Way better for that Mahjongg itch than most of the ones with over-the-top pseudo-Asian themes.
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9 de 9 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
5.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 26 de Julho de 2015
It's a game of Majhong and I've been really into the game since I played it years ago on my Gameboy. But here, contrary to many other games, tiles are used to collect clues about a crime, the suspects, etc.. The scenarii are always different and like the game Criminal Cases on Facebook, with these clues, it's up to you to arrest the right people.

The soundtrack is good, the gameplay is good, the graphics are decent and the game is right balanced. But why do you sense that I will bring a problem?

Well, you have minigames with it. A sort of Dr. Mario clone to check DNA, a pursuit, interrogations that are matching pairs... And it's these minigames that are a weak link:
- The Dr. Mario clone is controlled by the arrows and not the mouse. I had an hard time to adjust.
- The pursuit, while easy, is at least bugged. One tile stayed, I saw the suspect's car pass through the police one and disappear of my screen on the left while the police kept going to the right. I had to stop the pursuit because I was kinda stuck in limbo

And I still didn't understand the paper tile. I never saw anything going with the press for example. However, the clues are really hepful: you can clear people from a crime easily, even when you have 4 perpetrators (the hair color or the blood type are what you're searching the most). My only downside in that matter is the fact that weight and height aren't in my metric system, which means that I can't say if the suspect is of "average, short, light" etc.. So, unless you're familiar with both systems, you can kiss goodbye to these clues.

I'm enjoying it so far. However, given the fact that the game is nearly reaching the 10 years old mark, keep in mind that maybe, you'll have a problem to play this game (in other words, resolution).

Oh and it works under Windows 8.1 :).
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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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2.1 hrs em registo
Publicada: 29 de Março de 2013
I can't even remember how I ended up with this game, but I just tried it out, and I'm impressed. It's nothing flashy, but it's solid. As you solve Mahjongg boards (with non-traditional tiles), some tiles give you clues toward solving a mystery. Your goal is to make a Carmen Sandiego/Guess Who-style identification of the suspect(s) based on identifying details and obtained clues.

I enjoy Mahjongg, and I enjoyed this. It's a fun game, with straightforward puzzle gameplay and tutorials to gradually introduce you to your crime-solving tools.
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