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Entwined: Strings of Deception

Average Rating 25 player reviews ( 3.7 out of 5.0 )

Uncover a murderer's dark scheme.

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Game Description

The famous inventor, Mr. Christopher Edward, was found dead in his home, brutally murdered. As Detective Karla Robbins, you launch an elaborate murder investigation with a number of interesting suspects:  there's the family physician, the housemaid, the secretary, the butler...and even Mr. Edward's own wife!  Search every last corner of the Edward family mansion and question each suspect as you gather evidence for your interactive case file. Will you be able to find the real culprit? Was this a crime driven by love, money, or power?

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  • by Badarah on Jul 06, 2013

    This isn't the worst HOG in existence, but it's definately isn't the best either. If you want/needed something you had to go to the other side of the map(and you can't fast travel and the maps not like other games so you may get lost at the beginning) to get it and then you normally didn't even get what you needed once you got there. It was definately difficult, which isn't bad, but at some points it was so difficult I couldn't figure out how to do anything. It also never really tells you what to do so you end up sitting there clueless until you use a hint and pick a random objective or just wander around until you found something shiny. Plus you pick up all these random items that I never found a use for, I guess they were "planted evidence" or something but still, totally useless. The story line was pretty interesting, but I ended up figuring out the killer and their motive long before my character did. Although if you don't figure it out it might be kind of a twist ending. See more See less

  • by anonymous on May 22, 2013

    Very boring. Couldn't get into the storyline at all. Even seems like there's a little copyright infringement going on with the Spiderman in the first scene... See more See less

  • by galet09 on May 15, 2013

    I didn't care for this. Too much retracing one's steps and having to find special items to advance. The straight ahead H.O. scenes were fine and they let you skip the mini game levels, but just not my cup of tea. See more See less

  • by bluevapo on Feb 26, 2013

    A good game on the whole. Graphics are excellent, gameplay's no problem, and there's what amounts to a built-in walkthrough. The HO are mostly straightforward, the puzzles are easy, the storyline's better than most. But there are some quibbles. Some of the HO are misidentified - a drawer key turns out to be for a wardrobe door, for example. There's an odd mixture of US and British in the objects. The story is set in 1970 for some reason, but the objects are frequently modern - and I know, because I was there. Whoever wrote it has a poor grasp of English, not just spelling, either - the business letter from a lawyer would disgrace a twelve-year-old. Also, you're supposed to collect fingerprints and jewellery as you go through, but some of these can't be picked up and in any case when you get to the end there's no apparent reason for having collected them in the first place. But these are minor irritations. This is a good game that holds the interest to the end. Recommended. See more See less

  • by kitkat4u68 on Feb 10, 2013

    I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. Great to have an adventure HO that's not terrifying, but still with a great story. I was going to complain about the game not having a map, but apparently it did? Anyway, I'd highly recommend this game. More of these types of games, please! See more See less

  • by sfortson on Feb 02, 2013

    Excellet game. Good story, great graphics and decent hint system. Kept me interested until the end. See more See less

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