Enter a criminal's mind and stop him before he strikes again in Women's Murder Club – Twice in a Blue Moon, the third hidden object thriller in the shocking series from James Patterson!
Someone is leading the police on an intense chase through San Francisco and daring them to stop him before he kills once more. The criminal is wickedly smart. Each of his attacks is an exact replica of a famous historical murder and the cryptic messages he leaves are solved too late. Things are about to change however because the Women's Murder Club is now heading up the investigation.
Play as each of the famed heroines from the Women's Murder Club and decipher the criminal's murderous riddles to stop him. Search the crime scene for clues. Gather facts to figure out his next target. Analyze forensic evidence and rush to reveal his identity before it's too late!
Try the free trial version or immerse yourself completely with the full version of Women's Murder Club – Twice in a Blue Moon and experience the thrills of this engaging cat-and-mouse chase!
The third fantastic thriller in James Patterson's shocking series
A dark and gritty story based on true historical crimes
Play as each of the famed Women's Murder Club heroines
Race to capture a wickedly smart killer
Solve riddles, uncover facts and analyze forensic evidence
Wow, very engaging storyline. This is my first WMC game and even though HOGs are not usually my thing, I can't stop playing it! The puzzles in this game are fantastic - challenging and unique - not your average run of the mill mini-games you can't wait to get through. The characters are developed well, the story flows very naturally and dialog seems quite realistic. The story has everything to do with your every move and things are done very logically. This isn't a game where you find something pertinent that then sits in your inventory until you find the right scene. When something needs to be done, your character is on it... pronto! The only thing that stops me from giving this game a 5 star rating is the hidden object scenes - they tend to be a little on the dark side, and also that you get 5 hints per investigation and that's it. However, there is no penalty for too many clicks but be aware you may have to resort to frantic clicking around the screen to find that last item if you are out of hints. The graphics, particularly in the opening scene are beautiful and extremely realistic. I keep going back to that mirror in the rain and just staring at it in awe. I also enjoy the realism of the characters and suspects you meet. From the goofing around between investigators and the comments and living conditions of some of the suspects. Some of the scenes are spookily realistic looking such as an elderly couple found slain - they themselves look awfully realistic, but the blanket over them looks so fuzzy you can almost feel it. Definitely interested in checking out the rest of this series. I purchased a triple-WMC pack that came with this and Darker Shade of Grey and Death in Scarlet - not sure if those are the only ones but WMC has a brand new fan. Thumbs up for this one!
I enjoyed this game very much, but it was over too quickly! A good game should keep me occupied more than two days.
bravesfan | Added on: February 8, 2010
Great game! Loved the way you got completely involved in this game as if you were really doing the investigating. You research information you are given on the computer as if you are really there! You will love this game!
wenz | Added on: September 29, 2009
Some of the objects are very small and the game is very short but I enjoyed it while it lasted
Cat_In_RV | Added on: July 29, 2012
This is my favorite Women's Murder Club game, mostly because the puzzles were varied and often difficult. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because it's so hard to see items in the HO scenes. I felt like I needed a magnifying glass. But the storyline proceeded logically from beginning to end and kept my interest high. I would certainly recommend this game, but it would help to have a large screen and not a laptop.
I am a big fan of Women's Murder Club games and was so excited to see this sequel. I bought it before I even played knowing that I would enjoy it since I loved the others so much. I have to say though that I was pretty disappointed with this one. It seemed to go twice as fast and the challenging puzzles I had expected were absent. Instead I breezed through each one without blinking. I was hoping that this sequel would be even more challenging than the others and was bummed that those expectations did not hold true. It was not a bad game to play. The story line was interesting enough to keep me going. I just really hope that the next one is better.
I liked this jp game more than the first two. I think they are slowly getting better. It is by no means the hardest game out there, but not the easiest. I actually really enjoyed playing it. It was a nice break from the fantasy or egyptian genre. In fact, I wish there were more quality games like this out. The time went fast for me and I didn't get bored. It is great value for 5.99. It nice to have a game where you don't need to go look at a walkthrough or strategy guide (I mean, it takes away the point of you doing it) That is what i found with this game. Thinking involved but not so hard you can't do it on your own. I would give it 4/5
I thoroughly enjoyed this game. I liked the story and quickly became absorbed. I played for days.
fuschiagirl | Added on: October 22, 2009
I loved it! it was one of the better ones along with the 1st one. excellent storyline
B_N_D | Added on: October 7, 2009
This is the third game in the Women's Murder Club series based on James Patterson's book series with the same name. I have played all three, and this one was my favorite. While the mini challenges are a little easier than the first two, that was a plus in my mind because I couldn't get through some of the other puzzles and that took away the fun for me, leaving me frustrated! I also thought that this story was better than the other ones. That could because I'm interested in learning about serial killers and why they do what they do, and while they don't go over the why it was still interesting. I would suggest that anyone who enjoyed the first two would also enjoy this one!
I think I liked the 1st one better, but this one was still very fun. I liked the plotline of the 1st better, this one was a little too dark, I think.
Womanthunder | Added on: September 29, 2009
I thoroughly enjoyed the last two James Patterson Mystery games and the third in the series was not a disappointment. The plot is very original and intriguing and game play lasts for several hours. The game is very involved, drawing you deeper into the storyline as you progress. Once I started playing I could not stop until the game was over. My only complaint with this game in the series is that the mini games this time around were not very original and a bit on the easy side compared to the others. If you enjoy true crime stories than don't pass this one up!