The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes
The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes
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The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes for Mac1.0.1519

04 July 2008

Lavish mystery adventure game featuring 16 unique cases.

What is The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes for Mac

The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is a lavish mystery adventure game, featuring 16 unique cases of forgery, espionage, theft, murder and more. Investigate hundreds of potentially relevant clues and lively characters in each mysterious story. Explore 40 historically accurate locations around London, including seedy docks, the British Museum, the Royal Theatre, private estates, etc., as you track down suspects and evidence. Solve multiple mini-games and puzzles in each case. Find the evidence and collect all the relevant clues in addictive Hidden Object games. Compare the crime scenes and highlight the differences. You'll have to use your powers of deduction to narrow down the choices in this Sudoku-like puzzle to identify who you think is the culprit. Dozens of additional types of puzzles, including anagrams, cryptograms, jigsaw, memory, and much more.

The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is the first computer game officially licensed by the Conan Doyle Estate and features your favorite characters such as Watson, Mycroft, and Inspector Lestrade as well as more than 100 other well known historical characters.

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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

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