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Mahjongg Investigations: Under Suspicion

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Organized crime is taking over Metro City. As a detective in the 83rd precinct you must use your Mahjongg skills to unearth clues and bring the criminals to justice. Don Diamante, the city's undisputed godfather, must be located and brought in. Collect and match evidence tiles to pinpoint perpetrators. Special clue tiles reveal hidden information and mini-games throughout allow you to interrogate, analyze, and close the case! Build your career as you make the streets safe for the good people of Metro City.
  • Progress through 10 ranks within the 83rd Precinct. Can you become the Deputy Commissioner?
  • Escalating crime complexity with multiple perpetrators and progressively more difficult Mahjongg Boards.
  • Multiple mini-games - Interrogation, DNA Analysis, and more!
  • 5 types of specialty tiles reveal vital suspect clues when matched.
  • Vast cityscape with more than 20 locations to explore.
  • Unlimited replay ability with advanced crime scenario generation - never the same twice.
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Zemnott
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Retroism, ValuSoft
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System requirements for PC

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  • Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
  • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz or faster
  • Graphics: 32 MB video card
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Hard Drive: 100 MB free hard disk space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Mahjongg Investigations: Under Suspicion reviews and comments

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Little game, little bit of heart, little comeback. :D MIUS (it goes faster) what is it? This is the Solitaire Windows mahjong with a layer of procedural police investigation so "who is this?", as simple as that. In MIUS, a party starts on a procedurally generated crime: someone (or several people) is doing something illegal and they are going to have to stop them. The game is going on in a city, and there are several places in this city. In each, there will be investigative elements to be found. And a lot of junk to fire. Once the crime is generated, one chooses a place in the city. Once in the designated place, we have a picture like in Windows Mahjong: a random layout of Mahjong pieces that will have to be eliminated by making pairs. Several kinds of tiles exist:-garbage = > it's across your path, you have to fire them and then that's all-the clues = > suspect size, hair color, sex, hobby...-special power = > lets see through the tiles to situate where are the IND ICES-research = > it's like a clue except that it will have to wait until the lab finishes its analysis to find out what you found-the alibi = > eliminates a character from suspects-the camera = > an indirect clue about the culprit (we found country CDs = > the suspect loves country) and so it will be necessary to make pairs to eliminate them from the table/unblock the function. A good idea: with the plethora of tiles on the Board, it's not always easy to make a pair, so there's the bag. The bag allows you to take a tile and put it aside while waiting to find its half. But beware, if I take a junk tile then a hint tile, to eliminate the Junk tile I have to first eliminate the hint tile. A little prediction in his movements is required. When one lacks clue it is possible to interrogate a suspect: for a limited time we will play a memory game. Several tiles are returned, face hidden. We're going to have to make pairs by flipping them one by one. When two tiles are returned and if they do not form a pair, they recover face hidden, but you know where they are... to you to have memory. Each survey lasts 30 minutes, and it is possible to win a little time by emptying a painting completely (sometimes it serves to Triller all the garbage), and in the end there is a tally of points and a score, which allows us to climb the ranks and become a rank. The game is very relaxing, very pampered and very clear in its presentation, and I have a lot of fun playing it as I also had a lot of fun playing at Sudokuball detective (another casual game of investigation mixed board game), perfect for an afternoon of gland , small assignments, to occupy his child or entertain an adult who does not particularly like video games. ^^
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