Join Interpol to track and capture criminals around the world in Unlikely Suspects Deluxe, a fantastic hidden object whodunit. The Superintendent of Interpol needs your help in tracking criminals across the globe. Scour each murder scene for evidence, and decipher the clues to build your investigation. With more than 4,000 different outcomes, it won't be easy to crack the case.
find the evidence to capture criminals in this hidden object murder investigation
scour murder scenes and suspect hideouts for evidence to build your investigation
examine each suspect's dossier and compare it to the evidence gathered
This game has too many suspects and the graphics really are not up to par with a lot of the new games. It is too hard to find the HOs and just too complicated for me. In my opinion there are a lot of new games that are much better then this one
devi | Added on: November 9, 2010
I loved Clue, so naturally this game is right up my alley. I thought the moving graphics were interesting. Out of the 7 victims, I only guessed one killer. Not so easy. Some scenes are played over and over, so I'm taking my time with this game and only playing it for an hour or so at a time.
Lisa522 | Added on: November 8, 2010
Just spent the last hour playing this game after having bought it outright. This game is like a cross between Clue and Guess Who. The basic premise of the game is good - you are asked to help solve a murder and then are able to search hidden object scenes pertaining to the victim, approximately 16 suspects, about 10 different locations, and when you have a successful search, you get a piece of evidence from the crime lab and then you go and apply that info toward your choices in suspects, or weapons (there's about 16 of these too). Unfortunately, I was searching all the wrong scenes - which made for A LOT of hidden object scenes (like 8) that amounted to very little clues. At that point, I had only narrowed the weapons and suspects down to about 6. I really didn't even care who did it anymore, I was just so tired of doing hidden object scenes over and over and then after all that trouble getting told I found nothing. This game would be MUCH better if you were able to narrow down your choices a lot quicker. The clues I did get were pretty vague. A jacket with an American flag lining. Okay, that's fine but there's 8 locations from America. That's EIGHT full hidden object scenes for just that one clue. This is a game I will play in small doses. If I expect to just play a case from beginning to completion, I think I will end up frustrated (maybe I just got a bad case as my first one, the game tells you there are over 4000 combinations). If I approached the game more from a I'll play a bit at a time and come back later, I think I would be a happy camper. I would rate this game 3 stars out of 5.
I'm in my late 50's who plays computer games to relax after spending my day being a full time wife, mother, grandmother & a full time online university student. I'm a bit fussy when it comes to hidden object games, most of which I don't care for because there aren't enough hints available or the objects are impossible to find. This game is different, however. While many of the objects are very well hidden and are difficult to find, they are not impossible to find because when you click on an object, an image of what the object looks like appears above the hint button. There are unlimited hints that recharge between them. In this game, you're a dectective who is investigating a homicide. You search the victim's lair for clues, then locations where the victim was last seen, read through the clues & the coroner's report, search the lair of the suspects looking for clues, determine who the suspect is & what weapon was used. Because there are over 4,000 possible solutions, this game is never exactly the same twice so you can play this game over & over without getting tired of it.
I usually like games that involve thinking and this one fits the bill. I like the various hidden object challenges, which makes a diversion from the interactive "whodunit" game playing.
amyangyang | Added on: April 8, 2011
This is a fun,relaxing,yet challenging game. I would recommend this game to someone who likes "a relaxing challenge".
Kath123 | Added on: November 8, 2010
I did not like this game at all. I played for about 30 minutes and gave up. I'm sure a lot of people will enjoy it, but just not my type of game. Sorry!
faye1 | Added on: November 19, 2010
I did not like this game. The graphics are not good. I could only take it for so long and then I had to give up because it was hurting my eyes.
echebbak | Added on: November 15, 2010
This game gets old real quick. It has the same scenes over, over and over again. The HOs were pretty easy to find in my opinion but the fact that except for the victim's lair all the other scenes were the same for EVERY single victim. It got to the point that I could have almost played this game blindfolded. It's riduculous to have to do the same scenes so many times just to be able to get to the part of accusing the criminal.
At first the game seems very challenging. After about two or three cases, it's not hard at all, but kind of repetitive. I agree with the other posters who say the graphics are not very good.
Toninmd | Added on: November 10, 2010
I don't think they gave enough clues to be able to select the criminal.
mystemo | Added on: November 8, 2010
A great hidden object game with a big dose of Clue and Guess Who thrown in for good measure. Not everything is as straight forward as it may seem after playing a few cases. The best thing about this game is the good challenge it offers for veteren HOG players. Difficult, but not too difficult objects laid out on a background that often has rain or other objects to distract you. Piecing together all the bits of info you find is a rewarding finish to this game. Best of all is 7000 permutations which gives this game good replay. Give it a go! :)
This looked like and the from the description of the game would be a great game however I'm totally with the very first review on this game Mavethrave's review that the items are so fuzzy and hard to locate them as that's what makes this game challenging is poor graphics. Graphics way much to be desired in my opinion. About 15 minutes of this game was all I could cope. Definitely time for me to move on to another game. Give this a whirl however as one person has enjoyed it so far and sure hope you do to however this game started to give me a headache cause of the poor graphics.
This is for sure a challenging game however, the graphics are so fuzzy it is very frustrating. If you want a game that will take you some time and thinking to complete then this is the game for you. For me though, it has become tedious trying to see the objects, even with the aid of a magnifying glass. Guess I'm spoiled by the new games out with wonderful clear graphics.
nitabulb | Added on: November 9, 2010
This game can be quite addictive, it you want a quick game. kids will love this fun for all the family.
TAR671 | Added on: November 9, 2010
In my opinion, the graphics associated with this game were deliberatley made so poor, that even with a 10x magnifying glass, I had to resort to trying to click on every inch of the screen to locate the items. I cannot figure what drove the developers to make a game that will give you eye strain or associated head aches in the name of enjoyment. If you enjoy self inflected pain, you may love this game. Try it,!
purplecak | Added on: November 5, 2010
I really enjoyed this one. A pretty standard Hidden Object game as far as the scenes where you have to find the objects, but I really enjoyed using the clues to narrow down the suspects and the murder weapons. Some of the clues are very tricky and you have a lot of things that can throw you off, and some investigations end up with a very simple match to a specific suspect. Definitely enjoyable. The "Detective School" modes that you can unlock are also a lot of fun, so bonus points for adding extra games in. I would have given it 5 stars if there was a larger, rotating suspect pool, or if there had been more locations.