Murder, She Wrote 2 - Return to Cabot Cove
Average Rating 6 player reviews ( 3.8 out of 5.0 )
Murder, She Wrote 2, the sequel to the bestselling game, is here!
Acclaimed mystery author Jessica Fletcher seems to find herself stumbling across more than her share of murder scenes, but her keen eye for detail, quick wits, and intuition make it even unluckier for the murderers! Based on the classic TV show of the same name, "Murder, She Wrote 2: Return to Cabot Cove" lets you work side by side with Jessica while solving three all-new cases in this gorgeous light adventure/hidden object game. Navigate through the lovely but lethal New England village of Cabot Cove to solve clever puzzles and ultimately discover whodunnit!
Case 1: An art gallery owner is found stabbed by a mysterious missing weapon and everyone in town is a suspect!
Case 2: The president of charitable foundation Moose Lodge is found electrocuted during a contentious divorce.
Case 3: Jessica attempts to go on a peaceful vacation to a romantic old-world location away from the deadly beauty of Cabot Cove, but ill luck and death follow her even there.
-Over 20 hidden object scenes
-Over 20 mini-game logic puzzles
-The original cast of the first Murder, She Wrote game return for voice-overs
-Incredible hand-painted graphics and animated cutscenes
-Continue the adventures of Jessica Fletcher
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I can't believe I missed this one last year. 3 novels that werefun to play enjoyed the conversations ,they keep you up to whats going on. Loved the plane HO's only had to find all the lost keys to gain hints. Good ,not nerve racking, game. Enjoy. See more See less
I played the first game of series and enjoyed it. But this game was far more enjoyable! It was more of an interactive mystery where you get to play detective. The graphics and characters were great. The gameplay was logical and fun. The murderer was not obvious. I liked interviewing the suspects and assuming one thing, just to find out they lied, which changed the direction of suspicion. I personally love to see games that are about finding clues and investigating, without the heart-attack fear-shockers thrown at you, or repulsive gore. I give this game 5 stars because it is relaxing, interesting, and fun. See more See less
Very, very charming! The graphics are gorgeous, and the designers did a great job recreating Cabot Cove, Jessica Fletcher, and the sheriff's character. I loved that the game consisted of three cases instead of just one. As in the TV show, whenever Fletcher finds a body she responds with the same shock as if she'd caught her poodle pooping on the carpet. Very cute. Regarding smith451's comment about not being able to skip mini games, this isn't true.If you look at the lower left corner of the screen, you'll see a typewriter with a piece of paper sticking out of it that says "skip". Hope that helps, but you probably won't need it. See more See less
Ok, when I first started playing I thought Oh boy! Love Murder She Wrote. Well this game isn't very good. First the graphics are beautiful and I don't play with sound on. If you want hints you have to work for them. In the HOG's you have to find typewriter keys that are scattered over the room to get a hint. One good thing, if you don't know which way to go click on hints and it tells you without losing the hint. Lots and lots of running around. On the second game figured out what to do but it wouldn't take a piece of glass that I had fixed the window with out of my clues and I couldn't get out of the room. I had to stop game and go back in and still wouldn't move. I decided it wasn't worth playing. Got out again and deleted it. See more See less
I just don't like this kind of game. I don't like having to go back and forth between different locations, trying to remember where I've been and what I've done. I guess my mind just doesn't work that logically and I find this game tedious and not at all fun. See more See less
I completed the first case before writing this review. The hints are useful to locate the next step but I didn't need a hint to find any hidden object. While the game progresses step by step you can find useful ites out of sequence. The mini chalenges do not have skip or useful hints but they can be solved with a little thought. Some mini games require you to start over if you make a mistake. The HOG scenes have a unusual twist but you can find the items with the missing letters or by figuing out what is needed to restore the letters. Give it a try. I will be finsing the second and third cases. See more See less