Real Crimes: The Unicorn Killer

Help rookie FBI Agent Jennifer Lourdes, and veteran detective Alan Michaels catch the infamous Unicorn Killer! Track down the murderer, Ira Einhorn, as you bring him to justice in this exciting Hidden Object game. Travel all around the globe and explore important crime scenes. Based on a true story, Real Crimes: The Unicorn Killer, takes you on the long-running chase and extradition of this dangerous criminal!

Luckily I got it for free. Being it was a historical reenactment type plot it wasnt all that compelling since the outcome was a given, but game play wise it was fairly decent, no weirdly names objects, and the dialog while needing proofreading here and there didnt seem to have any real "Engrish" problems. The game takes as long to play as it did to read the prior sentence. There was no excitement and not enough of a challenge. Finally: the writing is just plain bad. I also really appreciated that I could flat turn OFF the mini games, which I find quite annoying- I play for the object hunt not the inane mini games. Yes, this is strictly nothing but HOGs hidden object games and mini games but the story line is surprisingly interesting. The mini games were unique and quite fun, even though I failed one no retrys. Locations are related to the crime and some are visited more than once. These puzzles center around the FBI lab and include such games as swapping tiles and matching two of a kind. It got to the point that I was searching for pale gray images in the background. I will recommend to anyone who enjoys a little sleuthing, however. Upon completion of this game, I felt no sense of achievement; I merely sighed and thought, "Is that it? So, for that reason alone, I will not purchase this game although I earned 7 hints by the end of the free demo.


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Now that I've noticed this, I don't know if I will be purchasing any more games. These puzzles center around the FBI lab and include such games as Battle Slots tiles and matching two of a kind. Sparkle 2 HOS are fairly clear and not too hard although I did need a hint a couple of times. Locations are related to the crime and some are visited more than once. Rated 5 out of 5 by Innovativemom from Great Game I loved this game. Secondly: It's not really fair if you make the objects the same color as the background no matter how unrealistic: e,g, - a blue lobster? There is a lot of dialog, but without it, the game would Thee been even shorter. Good for first 2 Tasty or very inexperienced HOG players and decent true crime story for those who like that sort of theme. This appears to be a very old game that probably should be retired, although it might work well for a Kiler player if you can get past the subject matter. If it weren't for the fact Unidorn based on a murder it could be a child's game. The mini games were unique and quite fun, even though I failed one no retrys. Yes, this is strictly nothing but HOGs hidden object games and mini games but the story line is surprisingly interesting. Don't waste your time. I'm not sure if this was done by the same people who did Jack the Ripper but if it is they ought to be ashamed. Theres quite a number of items that are very well hidden, but if you see one hidden that Real Crimes: The Unicorn Killer you may as well click on it because you can guarantee thats on the list.

Happy Gaming! So if the whole morbid theme doesnt put you off, its an ok game, especially if you want to focus just on hidden objects and skip the other junk. What an anticlimax". The HOS are fairly clear and not too hard although I did need a hint a couple of times. The mini games, although a welcome addition, were a bit too easy. I think this says a lot because I own at least 50 games from big fish. The Inventory that is displayed appeared to be just for the HOs. Even if you didnt start out thinking it was, the female agent you are supposed to identify with who's help solve the crime will frequently remind you how uncomfortable she is with the whole thing and various locations. The HOS are straight junk piles with no upgrades at all. The story moves fluidly and there is no continual going back and forth to same place. Didn't buy and advise you not to buy as well. Although not graphic, given the subject matter I would concider children above

The ONLY thing I really disliked about the game is that you have to earn find or earn in various ways your hints one at a time and that really hits a nerve for me. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by TheOldWife from Great game for true-crime fans Game that is fun and informative. I was all the way through the first 'segment'. I like something that is going to give me some more bang for the buck. There's murder, mystery and all the mayhem you can wish for. Luckily I got it Real Crimes: The Unicorn Killer free. It's pretty much a straight up HOG which is what I like. It's Mahjong Towers Eternity same answer for all the games that I have thought about purchasing. Locations are related to the crime and some are visited more than once. I also really appreciated that I could flat turn OFF the mini games, which I find quite annoying- I play for the object hunt not the inane mini games. This isn't Weather Lord a Unicorn but a criminal by the name of "Unicorn". The story sticks to the facts of the real crime. Finally: the writing is just plain bad. The mini games, although Sparkle 2 welcome addition, were a bit too easy. AlI you do is find objects that are barely visable.


HO screens are seriously lacking, items are the same color as background. I uninstalled it after just a few scenes so I can't tell you much more. You follow the story of the Unicorn killer. Even if you didnt start out thinking it was, the female agent you are supposed to identify with who's help solve the crime will frequently remind you how uncomfortable she is with the whole thing and various locations. The Inventory that is displayed appeared to be just for the HOs. I was all the way through the first 'segment'. Some scenes are literally very dark as well. Every time I quit playing and came back to it, it hadn't saved and would start from the beginning again. Zero replay value. Having one item with a clue instead of a name, or require two objects to interact added some variety to the lists. On the plus side, the graphics are very good some of those objects were quite tricky to spot! Good for first time or very inexperienced HOG players and decent true crime story for those who like that sort of theme. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by nikkid69 from results not typical Innovativemom is not a real person's review. If it weren't for the fact it's based on a murder it could be a child's game. A waste of time in my opinion.

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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by TheOldWife from Great game for true-crime fans Game that is fun and informative. This amount of hints is unnecessary for a game that has a fairly low difficulty level, even when playing the timed version. There really isn't much to it, but it's an OK game to pass an hour or two - it would have taken me less but I got stuck on in the last visit to the forensic room listening to the music - it's great! I also really appreciated that I could flat turn OFF the mini games, which I find quite annoying- I play for the object hunt not the inane mini games. Some scenes are literally very dark as well. I will recommend to anyone who enjoys a little sleuthing, however. This game was very boring. No replay value. Didn't buy and advise you not to buy as well. I was all the way through the first 'segment'. So if the whole morbid theme doesnt put you off, its an ok game, especially if you want to focus just on hidden objects and skip the other junk. You play a new FBI agent assigned to this case to help the FBI agent who has been working the case since the beginning. What an anticlimax". The hints are counted down, and if you don't solve a mini puzzle, you don't get credited for hints.

8 thoughts on “Real Crimes: The Unicorn Killer

  1. What a waste of time. Theres quite a number of items that are very well hidden, but if you see one hidden that well you may as well click on it because you can guarantee thats on the list. On the plus side, the graphics are very good some of those objects were quite tricky to spot!

  2. HO screens are seriously lacking, items are the same color as background. The scenes and game play are repetitive. Theres quite a number of items that are very well hidden, but if you see one hidden that well you may as well click on it because you can guarantee thats on the list. Buy this if the subject matter interests you, otherwise steer clear as there are much better examples of the genre out there.

  3. When I returned to the game I had to go back to the beginning. Objects were easy to find, mini games were simple and very limited. I pribably could have finished it quickly but it was so dark and depressing it I put it off for several weeks before going back to it.

  4. There is a lot of dialog, but without it, the game would have been even shorter. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by TheOldWife from Great game for true-crime fans Game that is fun and informative. I also really appreciated that I could flat turn OFF the mini games, which I find quite annoying- I play for the object hunt not the inane mini games.

  5. Upon completion of this game, I felt no sense of achievement; I merely sighed and thought, "Is that it? If it weren't for the fact it's based on a murder it could be a child's game. The ONLY thing I really disliked about the game is that you have to earn find or earn in various ways your hints one at a time and that really hits a nerve for me.

  6. Now that I've noticed this, I don't know if I will be purchasing any more games. So I kept focused on the actual game as I went but with it being so dark and morbid, perhaps it would ave been a good thing to lighten it up with a distraction periodically. It's pretty much a straight up HOG which is what I like. But great music was not enough to save this disappointingly short game from the depths of mediocrity. The graphics are great.

  7. The game wasn't short in length but could have been longer. The mini games were unique and quite fun, even though I failed one no retrys. Good for first time or very inexperienced HOG players and decent true crime story for those who like that sort of theme. Being it was a historical reenactment type plot it wasnt all that compelling since the outcome was a given, but game play wise it was fairly decent, no weirdly names objects, and the dialog while needing proofreading here and there didnt seem to have any real "Engrish" problems. A waste of time in my opinion.

  8. I would rate this as a kid friendly game as well. The large number of hints made sure though that there wasnt any troubles getting through. It's the same answer for all the games that I have thought about purchasing.

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