Special Enquiry Detail - Engaged to Kill
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Special Enquiry Detail - Engaged to Kill 

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Investigate mysterious bridal murders in Special Enquiry Detail - Engaged to Kill, a thrilling search for answers.

Detectives Turino and Lamonte are on a new case. A young fashion model and bride is missing and only after her body is discovered do the police realize that this has happened before. A serial murderer known as the Engagement Killer is now loose in the city and only the two detectives from the SED can stop him.

Play as both Turino and Lamonte to search for clues and bring the killer to justice. Follow the evidence while interrogating suspects, studying forensics, and finding the motive to these unthinkable acts. Search for helpful hidden objects within spectacular scenes, solve a host of intriguing puzzles and play a slew of engaging mini-games. Will you stop the killer?

Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Special Enquiry Detail - Engaged to Kill today!

  • Bring a killer to justice in this captivating Hidden Object investigation.
  • Play as two detectives investigating a group of serial murders.
  • Follow the evidence while interrogating suspects and studying forensics.
  • Search for helpful items and solve intriguing mini-games.
  • This game is intended for mature audiences.
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Reviews of Special Enquiry Detail - Engaged to Kill
 | Added on: June 11, 2012
The storyline was okay but the rest of the game was too frustrating. Trying to figure out what they want you to do in the puzzles was bad enough but when you had to "draw" exactly with your mouse that was just too much. Not a game for anyone with any physical challenge.
 | Added on: June 11, 2012
I really enjoyed this game, I liked the story line, graphics were great also. The puzzles were a definite challenge!!! I look forward to another crime to sovle if another comes out.
 | Added on: June 19, 2012
I have to admit that in general this is not my type of game so my comments maybe tinted. The storyline was interesting but the “logic” of "why" certain things were done remains a mystery. The graphics were clear, but in the HOs scenes some areas were very dark and objects too well hidden. You will have to click with extreme precision on an object or to work a puzzle otherwise nothing happens. The Hint button refills quickly. It will point you in the right direction but will deplete in the process. In the case of the multiple drawers dresser, the Hint will point to one of the drawer and deplete. You will have to open the drawer (which you have already searched) and click the Hint again so that it will show the object you can’t find … and it will deplete again. You cannot reset the puzzles to try again from the beginning which makes it harder to solve them – but, you can skip them. And, finally, the music drove me crazy….. the same few bars repeated over and over again!
 | Added on: June 9, 2012
I downloaded the free trial and had problems right from the start. I found the items at the crime scene, and then got stuck trying to find both hard hats. There is no "sparkle" to let you know to maneuver the crates, and nothing happens when you just click on them - you have to hold and move each crate before you can get to the first hard hat. I wasted a lot of time moving between the first two scenes (and even logged out to see if the Forum had answers). Some of the HOG items were impossible to see, and the hint bar doesn't refill quickly. I'm not going to shell out the tickets to get the full game - it's just not worth it.
 | Added on: June 6, 2012
I am a fan of hidden object games. I don't usually care for comic strip type games, though. I'm sure many will like this game, but it is not for me. The graphics are good, the game loads well and fast. I did not get far enough into the game to tell if there was any story line. I hope others can give a more in-depth review.
 | Added on: June 9, 2012
I have been playing games for many years,and this game was one of the worst ever. There are no clear directions to guide you. It is hard to understand and it was a terrible let down.
 | Added on: June 11, 2012
I think that they did a good job on this game. I enjoyed the plot which consisted of an intriguing murder mystery. The game was harder than other simular games in that some things were not obvious. I liked that the hint button could be used to figure out what to do next, because I get annoyed if I am forced to wander from scene to scene randomly clicking on things. I liked how the hidden objects were hard to find because of busy scenery or camouflage, but I did not like how some objects were so blurry that they were unreconizable. A couple of the puzzles I got frustrated with and I had to use the Skip option.
 | Added on: June 8, 2012
I really enjoyed playing this game. I'm sad that I got through it in less than 24 hours, but the game was worth the time. The story was a bit predictable, but I still wanted to see it through to the end. I also liked the option to skip some of the puzzles. Some of the images are a bit graphic, so I would probably not let children play this game.
 | Added on: June 26, 2012
This game offers little if any direction. While the scenes are nicely done and the detectives seem bright. You have to be very bright as well and I just do not fit that bill. You and your detective partner must find a model whom is missing. I hope you are able to do much better than I could. Good luck.
 | Added on: June 13, 2012
This is a police inquiry into serial murders; it is not a game for pre-teens (At least not mine!). The graphics are excellent, but despite that, the hidden object scenes are very difficult. Some of the items are virtually invisible. I try not to use hints during HOG scenes, but I had to here. Also, the commentary got in the way of the story. You could try clicking on something, but if you hadn't finished running through the dialogue, you could do nothing. For me, the dialogue became tedious. I also found some of the music to be quite irritating, as it repeated on a short loop. It was hard to know what to do next, so I finally resorted to a walk-through. Not a bad game for dedicated HOG afficionados, but a little too long and drawn out for my tastes.
 | Added on: June 8, 2012
This game is everything you want in an HOG. It's long paced, thinking, and challenging. I enjoyed every second of it. The graphics were amazing and the story line even better. I'd recommend this to anyone. One of my favs.
 | Added on: June 11, 2012
I dont usually like this genre with detectives investigating crimes, but this one was really entertaining and the story was really good with a few twists.
 | Added on: June 6, 2012
I am at the final scene of the game I complete the final puzzle, and wouldn't you know it, the dang blasted door will not open!!! I am beyond frustrated with this game. The game was great all the up to this point. What is the point of playing the game if you can't find out who the killer is? The game goes to downhill quick!!! If anyone has a tip for me that would be great, other than starting a new game that is...
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