Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov?
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 600 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
Award Value: 1 Stamp
Release Date: 

Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov? 

Step back in time and solve one of literature's most famous felonies in Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov?, an engaging investigation based on the famous tale.

In the celebrated novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Rodion Raskolnikov is tried and sentenced for the murder of a wealthy pawnbroker. There are those who believe however, that there were other factors at play. Enter the Genus Intelligence Agency (GIA), a group of futuristic detectives determined to resolve the mystery once and for all.

Follow special agents Alex and Kat as they travel through time to 19th century Russia and try prove what truly happened. Visit old St. Petersburg and investigate key locations to discover the motives behind the murder. Search for important clues, solve baffling puzzles, and figure out the true culprit. Perhaps you may even be able to prevent the crime itself.

Discover the celebrated novel in a whole new way when you try the free trial version or download the full version of Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov? today!

  • Experience the famous novel in a different way with this Hidden Object investigation.
  • Travel back in time and join special agents looking for answers.
  • Visit St. Petersburg and investigate key locations to discover criminal motives.
  • Search for important clues, solve baffling puzzles, and figure out the true culprit.
  • Can you prevent the crime itself?
More info ▼
Reviews of Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov?
 | Added on: March 8, 2011
I was actually enjoying this game, but stopped playing when I got to something that I found objectionable. I would love if games were available that allowed options to be chosen that 1) allowed the player to skip an objectionable part and 2) could go for a less graphic/violent alternative. (ie: some games show blood everywhere, etc...)
 | Added on: September 10, 2010
This game had some good features, but the overall tone of it was very 'serious' and it wasn't exactly fun to play. The graphics were very nice, but very sombre and dark, which meant I had to turn my monitor brightness up full to find the items and even then, they were quite dark. There weren't that many scenes, and the game play took you back to the same scenes over and over, and it was very short. I played it through in a few hours. On the plus side the graphics were all in keeping with the storyline, and they did as least ask you to find things appropriate to the scenes. There were a few original features in it, but I did find it a bit depressing to play and didn't come away from it feeling as if I'd enjoyed myself much! The mini games were the same old standards, but there were a couple of nice new ones in there and the they were presenteda well. I'm afraid it was just about worth playing through, but I can't be too enthusiastic about it.
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
Boring story line, too much like cartoons and not enough like the graphics in the remainder of the game.
 | Added on: January 16, 2013
I love hidden objects, 9 out of 10 games I play, because of challenge. This game was too dark, too questionable, very boring at times and had no help to it. Most items were to dark to find ( feathers) and too many small details to have to try to hunt for. I didn't like this game at all.
 | Added on: September 13, 2010
I also never read the book so not sure if the story is accurate or not however really couldn't get into it. As mentioned the graphics could of been much better. Objects were pretty easy to find but I also found myself using hints just to move the game along to see if it would get any better - NOT! Sorry you make like this game if you decide to download which I hope you do however I just found this game BORING. Wasn't holding my interest at all.
 | Added on: January 16, 2013
I did not like the fact the scenes where to dark and the play area not full screen, many articles where too small.
 | Added on: March 6, 2012
This game was just ok. Worth playing if you download it as the free game of the day, as I did, but I wouldn't have been happy if I'd paid for it. It was playable though and I wouldn't call it boring, it just wasn't challenging enough. It ended up being quite repetitive.
 | Added on: September 20, 2010
This game is ok. lot more clicky than i would like. very very few things was hard to find. i had the most trouble finding the feather through the levels. they blended in. but game over all was just ok. They need to devolp a better hidden object game. i felt no challenge and these types of games are all i play.
 | Added on: February 25, 2012
I think this could have been a good game. The directions were lacking. I'd have to click around or figure out what I was supposed to do next at times. Some objects were easy to find, while others were frustratingly difficult to find. The scenes were dark too. This game was not terrible either though. If they gave it the improvements I suggested I'd give it 3 or 4 stars. Still there are better games out there.
 | Added on: September 13, 2010
I try to never speak poorly of a game unless the game is unplayable for me or not enjoyable, and if you read my typical reviews, I usually succeed. I rate this game some what challenging, becase I could not set my monitor bright enought to compensate for the dark scenes, making the objects nearly impossible to locate. I had to rely on the hint feature too often, making this a very long- drawn out game due to extreamly slow response in recharging the hint feature. The story line is also depressing and as noted else where, in my opinion, not very fun to play. Try this game, you may like it.
 | Added on: September 16, 2010
I absolutely love HO games, so naturally I play almost every demo that comes out, and I also have bought all of the better ones. It isn't often that I come across a demo that I X out of early on, I usually give most of them a chance because sometimes I dislike them in the beginning and then end up loving them. But right from the beginning of the game I knew I would not like it. It was just very blah and boring. I was instantly put off by it, and that doesn't happen often. It was just dark and the kind of game that gives you the feeling like you're about to leave for a job you hate (I don't know how better to explain it). Gamehouse should really learn from all of the negative reviews on all the games that are like this one and not make them anymore.
 | Added on: September 13, 2010
There just isn't anything noteworthy to say about this game. The graphics were not impressive, and seemed excessively dark. I actually had a lot of difficulty finding items simply because I couldn't see them. As far as seek and find games go, there are plenty more out there with a better story line.
 | Added on: September 10, 2010
this game was unimpressive. i've never read the book so i don't know if the story's accurate, but even if it is, it doesn't help this game. the objects were fairly easy to find-i used several hints, mostly b/c i wanted to hurry the game along. the graphics were just not what i expect these days. the old woman was creepy with her one eye blinking, and i did like the music. other than that...nothing to say...
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
I've been passing this game for months and decided to play it. It was 43 minutes of my life I will never get back. I can't believe I gave it 40 minutes then it was worth. I wish there were a chategory for -stars.
More reviewsLess reviews
Forum posts about Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov?.
Discuss with other players!
No one's written about Crime and Punishment - Who Framed Raskolnikov? yet. Be the first to write a forum post about this game!

Do you have an issue with your game? We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead.

Sign up or sign in (for free)!

To play this game, simply enter your email and create a password to set up your free GameHouse account. This gives you lots of benefits, such as personalized game recommendations and discount offers!

Continue playing as guest »