I'm sorry, but

[Post New]by Shrimp_n_Grits on Dec 15, 09 7:50 AM
I'm sorry, but this game is just too hard. Not enough hints to help me find all the hidden objects. Is it just me and my failing eyesight?

 
Howatch
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Re:I'm sorry, but

[Post New]by Howatch on Dec 15, 09 4:24 PM
I agree that it is VERY hard to find some of the objects in this game. My only consolation is that they are not also blurry.

 

I am with you...

[Post New]by carolsansone on Dec 16, 09 4:28 PM
my eyesight is failing, but I have actually, through these games,found that my macular degeneration is actually better! I guess, when we exercise a weak part of the body, it helps it get stronger. Doc doesn't know why this is happening, just that it is; hooray!

 

Re:I'm sorry, but

[Post New]by patriciablake on Dec 25, 09 11:01 AM
I agree that the game is way too dark and with only 5 hints it leaves you to click around in the dark like an idiot. Not my kind of game.

 

Re:I'm sorry, but

[Post New]by dspettre on Dec 28, 09 2:05 PM
Could someone please tell me what I'm suspose to do with the case files at the end of investigation 1. and how I get to investigation 2.

 
prpldva
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Re:I'm sorry, but

[Post New]by prpldva on Dec 29, 09 4:00 PM
dspettre wrote:Could someone please tell me what I'm suspose to do with the case files at the end of investigation 1. and how I get to investigation 2.


Hi dspettre! Welcome to the forums!

Investigation One ends when you collect all the evidence from the body. I am not sure where you are exactly so please take a look at the walkthrough:

http://www.bigfishgames.com/blog/james-pattersons-womens-murder-club-twice-in-a-blue-moon-walkthough/

I hope it helps.

PrplDva

 
cll1950
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I am with you...

[Post New]by cll1950 on Jan 20, 10 1:01 AM
carolsansone wrote:my eyesight is failing, but I have actually, through these games,found that my macular degeneration is actually better! I guess, when we exercise a weak part of the body, it helps it get stronger. Doc doesn't know why this is happening, just that it is; hooray!


Congratulations! I know that must be a big thing. My son had some vision problems when he was small. His doc said the games we always played helped and also helped his hand eye co- ordination.
When it gets to be too much of a strain, I use this big magnifying glass and it helps a lot.
Welcome to the pond.

 
jetgirl08
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Clownfish
713 Posts

Re:I'm sorry, but

[Post New]by jetgirl08 on Jan 31, 10 9:06 PM
I agree, that this game is too dark I did have trouble finding some clues. Having said that I perserved and didn't use a single hint through out the game. Sometimes I got objects by ramdomly clicking.

 
 
 
 
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