Jane Croft: The Baker Street Murder

Help the famous Detective Croft solve the case of the Baker Street Murder, and uncover the conspiracy about the murder of her partner! Find clues and interview suspects in different locations that will keep you guessing! Bring justice to a murderer, and avenge your fallen partner. Use your Hidden Object skills to crack the case in Jane Croft: The Baker Street Murder!


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Easy HOG, easy puzzles. Language errors. An oddly efficient hidden object game. I dont know how I missed it when it first came out! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mspaws from WOW!!! Make sure to collect Medieval Defenders bullets to open the bonus. The story is good but more of an outline than a story. The murder just seems to Stgeet a sideline to finding objects in various scenes. The dialogue is a bit lengthy, and there are bunches of objects to look for. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jossele from Far too short Very nice game - could be longer than just an hour Sharp writing. One slight irregularity in the hidden object levels is that the hints recharge extremely slowly — glaciers move with lightning speed by comparison. The hints charge in a moderate amount of time.

The story is good but more of an outline than a story. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mspaws from WOW!!! Language errors. Seriously, just buzz through the dialogue when you can, and no need to buy! Good story and just a fun and relaxing game! The hidden object levels, by comparison, feel like a bunch of photos slapped into a hand-drawn location. Amidst smoke and mirrors of other games, here is a plain and simple good HOG. Sharp writing. It makes you shiver, and question, who would do such a thing? A handful of puzzles are mixed in with the hidden object hunts, and vary in both challenge and enjoyment level. The hints charge in a moderate amount of time. Highly recommend checking it out!

Clicking on the shower of stars typically takes you Crfot: a hidden object sequence, which is equally Jaen pretense. I dont know how I missed it when it first came out! Make sure to collect the bullets to open the bonus. Good story and just a fun and relaxing game! Language errors. SHORT game. It seemed each hog scene had at least one Alchemists Apprentice 2: Strength of Stones so obscure it needed a hint to find. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by petergee from What has this got to do with Baket Street? Related Stories. Graphics crude and elementary. Nice little time killer. But no sign that it's London at all, all US items in all the weirdest places with no correlation or thought as to why they are where they are! All in all, pretty much a boring game. Seriously, just buzz through the dialogue when Murdre can, and no need to buy!


Highly recommend checking it out! One slight irregularity in the hidden object levels is that the hints recharge extremely slowly — glaciers move with lightning speed by comparison. The Bad Bare-bones presentation in hidden object levels. The murder in question is that of a philandering debtor who ends up dead of lead poisoning — the kind you catch by being on the wrong end of a gun. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jossele from Far too short Very nice game - could be longer than just an hour Easy HOG, easy puzzles. But no sign that it's London at all, all US items in all the weirdest places with no correlation or thought as to why they are where they are! You collect things that have no bearing whatsoever on the case SHORT game. The hidden object levels, by comparison, feel like a bunch of photos slapped into a hand-drawn location. The murder just seems to be a sideline to finding objects in various scenes. Objects and mini-puzzles are very creative. Hints recharge very slowly. The dialogue is a bit lengthy, and there are bunches of objects to look for. Nice little time killer.

Related Stories. Disjointed - erratic and not worth the money. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining A fine relaxing game, but not a visual masterpiece Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by brookings from Maybe just OK This game is pretty much a straight HOG with a few puzzles. And yet despite its apparent austerity, it has an appeal that is difficult to deny. Amidst smoke and mirrors of other games, here is a plain and simple good HOG. You are the Detective. Sharp writing. It makes you shiver, and question, who would do such a thing? Seriously, just buzz through the dialogue when you can, and no need to buy! Graphics crude and elementary. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by petergee from What has this got to do with Baket Street? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jossele from Far too short Very nice game - could be longer than just an hour Great looking cut scenes. It's more challenging than the game.

Sharp writing. It's more challenging than the game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining A fine relaxing game, but not a visual masterpiece Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by brookings from Maybe just OK This game is pretty much a straight HOG with a few puzzles. Nice little time killer. Make sure to collect the bullets to open the bonus. SHORT game. Amidst smoke and mirrors of other games, here is a plain and simple good HOG. It seemed each hog scene had at least one item so obscure it needed a hint to find. Clicking on the shower of stars typically takes you to a hidden object sequence, which is equally without pretense. The hidden object levels, by comparison, feel like a bunch of photos slapped into a hand-drawn location. Language errors. Disjointed - erratic and not worth the money.

3 thoughts on “Jane Croft: The Baker Street Murder

  1. The Bad Bare-bones presentation in hidden object levels. Date published: No gimmicks, no areas of interactivity, no twists on the formula, just hunt and click.

  2. The hints charge in a moderate amount of time. Amidst smoke and mirrors of other games, here is a plain and simple good HOG. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mspaws from WOW!!! Easy HOG, easy puzzles.

  3. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jossele from Far too short Very nice game - could be longer than just an hour The few pieces of story that we do get are told in beautifully drawn static cut scenes with sharply-written dialog. Clicking on the shower of stars typically takes you to a hidden object sequence, which is equally without pretense. It seemed each hog scene had at least one item so obscure it needed a hint to find. Its a HO lovers delight!

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