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Who Is The Killer (Episode I)

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Games & Puzzle & Adventure
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Mar 29, 2021
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"We would personally recommend everyone to try this game, especially those who love brain teasers. You’ll love it!" — Gameographics What the people say about 'Who Is The Killer?' game series: 'Best investigation game I've played so far! Feels so real!' (Tia00) 'It's not like those one way stories, it really gives you the freedom to investigate by yourself!' (abighoul) 'Just when you think you know who the killer is, your suspect is found dead!' (Moonwave2315) 'A really unique game which gives you a real sense of deduction!' (nicholas derecourt) Description: This original game is based on classical english detective rules. Everyday someone dies and you need to figure out who is the killer. Everybody has a common mystery story of the past. Everybody could have a motive to do this. And you have only seven days to stop the murderer. It is not a generic adventure game — there is no happy end in this scenario, you can either win or lose the game (if everybody dies). Speak with characters, investigate crime scenes, guess who lies, look at your dreams to find clues and try to arrest the killer before it’s too late. — A new murder every day — Several original mini-games — Old mystery background story — Original gameplay for those who like to think. Game page on Facebook: Visit it to find how to gain additional Energy in game everyday... IMPORTANT NOTES! 1. Some reviews may contain spoiler. Think twice before read them! 2. PLEASE do not tell who is the killer in reviews! You can breake other people fun with it! Thanks in advance! 3. All Episodes support English, Russian and German languages.

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Dec 27, 2019

I love these kinds of games so I decided to try this one. It seems like it will be fun, but I totally don’t have a clue what I’m supposed to be doing!! I went from looking for clues to solving word puzzles but no instruction!! Do the words have to be in a row or just click on the letters?!?! Then, I literally talked to one person, then tried to talk to another, and I guess I’m already out of juice!( or coffee in this game!) I mean, I thought I’d get a little more play time!! Or some instruction to what I’m doing!! I barely started, ran out of coffee, now the charges start-$1 for a cup of coffee that only lasts maybe an hour, if that?? I’ll try another day or so, and I’m ok to buy extras here and there, but dang, that seems like a rip off to me!! Either I’ll get hooked on the game soon, and go broke buying coffee or I’m gonna give it up after another day! Please, give more specific and clear directions!!!!

Jan 13, 2019

I won't harp on the energy system for too long, because everyone has brought that up, and many games have a similar mechanic. However, that's not to say the mechanic is clever or fun. It's annoying, limiting, and predatory with the amount of times you need to pay to get anywhere in the story. I understand the plight of indie devs, especially for story driven games, really, I do. However, just make the game cost a dollar or two. Or give us the first day for free, and you have to pay a dollar or so to have the rest of the story. It's leaves less of a bad taste in the player's mind, and I think the game could easily be worth a few bucks with a little polish. It's certainly better than the system in place right now. My main problem, however, is the word puzzles. My god, are they frustrating. The words usually have nothing to do with the characters, it's not just finding words in the letters, it's set words, in set patterns, so if you can't find exactly what the devs coded in, you're stuck.

Feb 15, 2017

Love the game concept. Reminds me of the board game Clue, one of my favorites growing up. Was so excited to get started. So energy is cups of coffee. Unless u accuse someone by interviewing everyone you stay on the same day. And I'm not sure if it's a glitch, but it says one free cup of coffee per day for solving the puzzle within the mystery. Free cup of coffee each day you log in sounds great, but here's the potential glitch it doesn't seem to accumulate if you return each day and don't accuse anyone. You have to have 2 cups of coffee for each interview. Unless you pay for more coffee you start out with 5 cups and quickly run out. I've been on day one episode one for 4 days. Not a bad game especially for free and especially if you are a Clue fan. Closer to a 4 star game, but trying to get the extra coffee.

Apr 19, 2017

I like murder mysteries a lot, and that this is a free app was exciting to me. However, this game is 100% a pay to win game. Unless you have $1 to burn at nearly every opportunity, there’s no way to progress the game as you see fit. I’d be fine if the game made it feel worth it to spend those single bills on opportunity for information, but the puzzles are just heinous. Investigating the crime scene is boring, it holds your hands through the things it wants you to see, rather than actually investigating the body. Being able to question the suspects is awful too because you have to go through word puzzles, but only the words that the game wants you to find. See a theme here? You aren’t figuring out anything or investigating anything and if you do, you need money to see it through. I got to the 5th day but I couldn’t accuse who I wanted to because I didn’t have enough information on them. I really wanted to see it through to the end but it was so annoying I just looked up the answer and then deleted it. Bad game.

Sep 02, 2018

Challenging, addicting and fun as it is disappointing. You only get a few minutes of gameplay per day. You can only get a couple clues before the day ends and you have to wait a whole day for your energy to be restored. Without paying, everybody’s dead by the time you interview each suspect. It just doesn’t really make any sense. I wouldn’t mind paying for the app to begin with, but it pretends to be free and asks for money for basically everything. This is exactly why some ppl hate “free” games w/in-app purchases!!! There isn’t even a way to get energy by watching a video or anything! The only reason I’m writing this review is for 3 cups of energy and after that, no more free chances. I originally rated this game 4/5 stars, but as I write this review, I’m so frustrated that I’m taking away a star. I’ll delete it before I spend a single penny on energy. I can’t deny it’s intrigue and originality though. Thanks for reading🧐

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About Who Is The Killer (Episode I)

Developed by Guts United.

Who Is The Killer (Episode I) is ranking in   Games & Puzzle & Adventure

Last update was at Mar 29, 2021and the current version is 3.3.1.

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Who Is The Killer (Episode I) have a 23 552a user reviews.

Who Is The Killer (Episode I) was released in the App Store. It is developed by Guts United, who have also released the following apps.

Who Is The Killer (Episode I) has 23 552 user reviews.​

Who Is The Killer (Episode I) has an average rating of 4.0. ​The latest version of Who Is The Killer (Episode I) 3.3.1​ ​​was ​released on Mar 29, 2021​.

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