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See each listing for international postage options and costs. Or if you have purchased the Kickstarter addon of the 3D glasses, you can slip these onto you screen and look around the interior of a bubble image. A very nice use of technology in a board game, as it inserts the player right into the world they are playing in.
A time limit is added as well, meaning you will frantically be shouting out all kinds of things, in vain hope that your team can find the right clue cards. This adds some of the tension to the game, because as the titles states, you are up against the chronometer. Your case may be on a time limit, were every minute count. Every question, location change and search of a crime scene costs a different amount of in game time. And each character has a real life in this virtual world. Bob may be found in his Camden Town office during the day, but at night, he is at a little bar in Soho.
And because of the way the game is written, Bob may be happy talking to you, up to a point. But asking him about one particular thing may result in him taking a dislike to you or maybe not wanting to see you at all.
He may disappear entirely from the game. You feel this world is alive. The scenarios and dialogue are top notch. Nothing overwhelmingly complicated but still intriguing deep and perplexing. The more you learn from the world, the more the path becomes clear. And before you know it, you are debating with your fellow detectives, that your account of the story is the correct one.
This score will be made up from the correct answers plus the time that is took you to complete the story. Each story will, after a time of discovery, get conversations started at the table. Laughing, arguing and brainstorming all the possible events that have come to pass, that have lead you to your conclusion.
A real team game, where you may be making notes, taking names and placing bets on the outcome. Even if you play with a different group, months later.
Something will trigger a memory and the answers will come flooding back. Making replayability null and void. Although, replaying a scenario you failed at miserably, is a little more rewarding. It is still satisfying when you finally get the correct conclusion. But again, unplayable after. A nice touch is that if you do fail, there is no obligation to replay, as there is an option to see the solution. One other bug from playing a set in stone story is that, sometime you may miss a clue, not shown the right clue to the right person and feel that you have walked into a dead end.
Not sure of where to go and what to scan, you do this frantically until something falls into your lap.
Or not. This puts pressure on you, but also help the story move forward. But if you are prudent about your scanning and not wanting to waste time, you may pass a lot of real game time, look blankly over the table, retracing your actions. What did you miss? Luckily, there are four, on hand experts that you can call on, who deal with forensics, medicine, data information and phycology. Always a phone call away. Another nice feature in the app is the ability to go back through the history of your scenario, reading everything that was said and done.
Technical score 9. From the wonderful slightly to big box insert to the simplistic rule set. And the artistic palette used in the locations and characters is pleasing to the eye. Cartoonie, but relatable. The fact that everything can be reused in another story and be something different. Like the characters, who are like actors. In one story, character 52 is a gardener and in another story, the politician. There are even linked stories that continue off from the previous ones.
With the same roles designated to characters and seeing the repercussions of you solving a case. There is infinite stories that can be told with just this base box, as long as there are more available for download later on. And the app handles really well.
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Any bugs that crop up are cleaned up quickly, thanks to the quick response from the team at Luck Duck. Although the app lacks one small thing that will help immerce the players into the game further. Sound effect. Many will just switch it off. To debate, discuss and have fun. Although there is a long period at the start of every game of silence and scanning. Are real detective game that feels like a detective game. Just needs either a random element or a bucket load of scenarios to play Did you find this review useful?
Hello Chaps and Chapette, So many things have passed in the past month. More positive and upbeat. Let's start with the finish of a game that I have been helping promote by demoing, reviewing, blogging, chatting and even providing voices for.
That is Batman: Gotham City Chronicles. And the 24th overall KS. What is "the Monthly Video? Have you played any of those games? What did you think of them? And what do you think of the new look BGES? Have you ever wanted to play detective?