Gem Sleuthing In Diamond Detective
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A new review of Diamond Detective is now available at Macworld's Game Room. The puzzle Mac game from GameHouse provides a combination of matching puzzles and clue collection which ultimately lead to solving a mystery. The Game Room gave Diamond Detective a score of 3.5 out of 5 mice.
From the review:
Diamond Detective’s main gameplay takes place on a board populated by gems of various colors and sizes. As long as you can match two or more gems in adjacent tiles you can collect them for your vault: orange to orange, for example, or heart-to-heart-to-heart. Make gem chains that are long enough and you’ll get bonuses and special commendations from the Commissioner. And you have to do all this before the bad guy gets away... (You’ll seem him—or her—skulking away at the bottom of the screen as you solve the puzzle.)Head over to the Game Room to read more.
Macworld Game Room: Diamond Detective Review
This is only part of Diamond Detective’s play, however—if you beat each level you’ll collect a clue. Collect five clues and then you can go to the suspect lineup to figure out who you’ve been chasing. And to do that, you have to use some deductive reasoning. There are a total of 50 levels.
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