Women’s Murder Club – A Darker Shade of Grey Game Review

Women’s Murder Club: A Darker Shade of Grey is the second game in a hidden object sleuthing series featuring four friends of different professions but sharing the same passion for solving homicide cases. And this time around, it’s a whole new level of risk as the friends go against very powerful institution housing a foe that won’t hesitate to kill.

In the game, you play mostly as the main protagonist Lindsay Boxer. After discovering the dead body of a student coming from a prestigious military academy, initial assumptions of the case points to an unfortunate accident – a fall off the edge of a cliff. However, as most starting evidence goes, this single death marks the start of a deep and dangerous case. And since the suspects are mostly military personnel, Lindsay and her friends will have a tough time as most evidence get fabricated and the truth twisted in order to cover a very wicked plot.

Women’s Murder Club: A Darker Shade of Grey shows qualities of your average hidden object game but doesn’t really focus on making the player find random items that doesn’t have anything to do with the actual storyline. As a matter of fact, all of the objects you’ll need to explore further are already handed to you through blinking lights. Occasionally though, you’ll encounter traditional hidden object game play too by finding enumerated items listed on Lindsay’s journal.

The game seems to lack any challenge since there’s little object-finding involved but the producers focused more in making innovative mini-games which is breathe of fresh air when it comes to hidden object casual games. Of course, you can always have the option of instantly solving any mini-game through a push of a button, but the drawback is that you’ll lose acquiring maximum points at the end of the game.

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