Dead Reckoning: The Crescent Case

Eipix Entertainment, makers of Final Cut and Off the Record, proudly presents the thrilling continuation of the Dead Reckoning series! A traveling carnival becomes the scene of a strange murder, and you've been called in to handle the case. There are no witnesses, and everyone at the carnival denies knowing the victim. But are their reactions all for show? The evidence points to a deeper mystery, complete with lies, imposters, and betrayal within the close-knit carnival community. Can you flush out the truth, or will you become just another attraction in this deadly show? This Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game features unique crime-scene interactions and realistic deduction techniques to help you solve the case!

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Someone poisoned the man on the hill near the Carnival its all about evidence. Object gathering felt fluent. We have a new partner to help us solve these crimes, however he doesn't seem all that helpful in my opinion. This is one of my favorite games. At least the story makes sense, unlike some recent offerings. This edition has good visuals, voice acting, and yesteryear theme. This is a fun game that makes you think. There is also my favorite, the souvenir room, plus a bubble shooter and the other normal extras. And your trusty forensics bag, that now contains a thermometer, a tongue depressor, tweezes, calipers and a brush. My favorite was creating the clown's real face by using pictures to select hair, glasses, mustache, and nose. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied, some are progressive interactive finds that match the sketches, some are silhouetted shape finds and the standard interactive list finds. The successfully solved case began piling up which turned you into a perfect candidate to tackle what awaits at the Crescent Carnival.

Skip and Hint are good, even functioning as a Transporting Map, when necessary. This is the level of quality I have come to expect from Eipix. Several of the inventory items you find have plus signs indicating some type of interaction must be performed before the item can be used such as combining it with another inventory item or solving a quick puzzle. There is also my favorite, the souvenir room, plus a bubble shooter and the other normal extras. Dead Reckoning: The Crescent Case is no exception. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied, some are progressive interactive finds that match the sketches, some are silhouetted shape finds and the standard interactive list finds. There are Achievements to earn and 39 hidden Justice Scales to collect to receive a special achievement. At first it looks like we have a single murder to solve at the local carnival, but the bodies soon begin to pile up, which can only mean one thing, someone wants revenge on the carneys! Plus you are a crack interviewer that can tell when a suspect is lying or telling the truth! No custom difficulty. Loved the game and the bonus game. It bugged me and I had to turn it off.

He seems to find clues here and there but then suggests that I do all the investigating whilst he stands guard, lol. My one disappointment was the achievements log - nothing fancy here like creating a carnival scenario, or adding statues to a room. Verdict: buy! I ended up hitting the hint to complete the questioning. Great art, interesting story line, and fun puzzles -- what more could you ask? Someone poisoned the man on the hill near the Carnival its all about evidence. There is also my favorite, the souvenir room, plus a bubble shooter and the other normal extras. On the second mini game it said to line things up. This review is based upon the demo period only because I am not sure whether I am going to buy the CE. The mini-games are fun as well, and not too hard, and are also carnival themed. You will have to dig deep to find murder weapon and uncover the motive of the crime. Dead Reckoning: The Crescent Case is no exception. Because mini games are usually my favorite part of these games, I was disappointed. Loved the game and the bonus game.


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This edition has good visuals, voice acting, and yesteryear theme. No vermin so far but there are clowns and animals galore. At first it looks like we have a single murder to solve at the local carnival, but the bodies soon begin to pile up, which can only mean one thing, someone wants revenge on the carneys! Object gathering felt fluent. But after I hit skip I realized that I did not have to line them all up at once, it could be one after the other. This is one of my favorite games. In this game, where you click to makes something work seems to be more precise than I like. Some scenes were better than others. I ended up setting the hint Alien Shooter 15 seconds and just kept on clicking it. While you are busy looking for clues, another body comes to light. This game is worth looking into for sure I would not steer you wrong. Crisp artwork well drawn hop mini games are unique and sane. Maybe it is for you. I could not figure out the ring toss game even after reading the guide.

For all you expert players, this may be just the game for you. Dead Reckoning: The Crescent Case is no exception. Date published: There is also my favorite, the souvenir room, plus a bubble shooter and the other normal extras. Is this a circus serial killer? Anyway I enjoyed the murder mystery, yet it isn't my favorite edition of the three installments. This game is worth looking into for sure I would not steer you wrong. All the evidence and deductions you make are stored on the Evidence Board, which can be accessed anytime. The lips in the voice-overs actually match the words the characters are speaking. This is the 3rd in the Dead Reckoning series and it doesn't disappoint. So try the CE. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grapeleaves from Just listen to the positive.!!! You will have to dig deep to find murder weapon and uncover the motive of the crime. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by farmguys from Crescent Case - EIPIX Game Loved this game and Eipix has always been my favorite because of the high quality graphics, music, plot and the right amount of challenge.

This is the 3rd in the Dead Reckoning series and it Last Resort Island disappoint. So sound and art Sparkle 2 that great. I'd rate it 3. I ended up hitting the hint to complete the questioning. Once again we are equipped with a simple but effective Forensics Kit to examine the victims, and draw a conclusion. Who is lying and who is telling the truth is repeated throughout the adventure. It is unusual for me use the guide. There are Achievements to earn and 39 hidden Justice Scales to collect to receive a special achievement. Along the way, you grab a book of employee dossiers, which is a help. Maybe personnel of the Crescent Carnival are hiding something terrible? The mini-games are fun as well, and not too hard, and are also carnival themed. DR has two previous offerings and both were fabulous - this third game certainly lives up to the reputation!


12 thoughts on “Dead Reckoning: The Crescent Case

  1. Gonna have to buy to save myself from the tiger! Plus you are a crack interviewer that can tell when a suspect is lying or telling the truth! All the evidence and deductions you make are stored on the Evidence Board, which can be accessed anytime. I think it presents the best of play at all levels.

  2. Plus you are a crack interviewer that can tell when a suspect is lying or telling the truth! All the evidence and deductions you make are stored on the Evidence Board, which can be accessed anytime. You are still a detective, with a new - and still useless - partner. You soon learn about your evidence kit and how to question the carnival suspects. Thank You!

  3. Once again we are equipped with a simple but effective Forensics Kit to examine the victims, and draw a conclusion. Skip and Hint are good, even functioning as a Transporting Map, when necessary. The successfully solved case began piling up which turned you into a perfect candidate to tackle what awaits at the Crescent Carnival. I think it presents the best of play at all levels. He seems to find clues here and there but then suggests that I do all the investigating whilst he stands guard, lol.

  4. My favorite was creating the clown's real face by using pictures to select hair, glasses, mustache, and nose. The HOS puzzles where actually quite fun, though. So sound and art not that great. They had mini games inside them, or else you had repair the objects you found before you could collect them. On the second mini game it said to line things up.

  5. Get this Dead Reckoning now! I tried it for myself I constantly try games and don't give reviews lightly almost like a chef review master. You, the detective, have been called to the circus to investigate the death of an employee. This is the level of quality I have come to expect from Eipix.

  6. Along the way, you grab a book of employee dossiers, which is a help. This is one of my favorite games. Makes me wonder if the movie inspired this trilogy?

  7. I ended up hitting the hint to complete the questioning. You, the detective, have been called to the circus to investigate the death of an employee. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grapeleaves from Just listen to the positive.!!! The successfully solved case began piling up which turned you into a perfect candidate to tackle what awaits at the Crescent Carnival.

  8. I enjoy using the forensics tools to examine the dead bodies. Then I was left with the crowd noise, which got annoying after a while. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied, some are progressive interactive finds that match the sketches, some are silhouetted shape finds and the standard interactive list finds. This is the 3rd in the Dead Reckoning series and it doesn't disappoint. You must find out!

  9. Because mini games are usually my favorite part of these games, I was disappointed. Maybe it is for you. Gonna have to buy to save myself from the tiger! Object gathering felt fluent. I ended up setting the hint at 15 seconds and just kept on clicking it.

  10. Get this Dead Reckoning now! The CE bling includes a Collection of hidden scales, some of which I couldn't find. My favorite was creating the clown's real face by using pictures to select hair, glasses, mustache, and nose. It was clear and you could definitely see what you were looking for, but it was not that pretty or interesting. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by farmguys from Crescent Case - EIPIX Game Loved this game and Eipix has always been my favorite because of the high quality graphics, music, plot and the right amount of challenge.

  11. This is an excellent game, well thought out. I enjoy using the forensics tools to examine the dead bodies. The art was OK.

  12. This is one of my favorite games. Thank You! You, the detective, have been called to the circus to investigate the death of an employee.

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