Mysteries create excitement through curiosity and accomplishment. The process of following a tale of twists and turns, then guessing where it leads and how it all fits together is very satisfying, even when just reading or watching the story play out. However, what if you were directly involved, and your decisions made a difference on the outcome?
Not the traditional linear reading experience, this digital gamebook may have you jumping dozens of pages forwards or backwards to play out the story. In this dynamic tale, many steps are completely random while other outcomes are effected by your guesses, interpretations of clues, interactions with other characters, and so on. In addition, you’re immersed in sound effects, dramatizing music, and HD artwork.
First of the iOS releases of the Sherlock Holmes Solo Mystery Series, the Sherlock Holmes 1 app includes the Murder at the Diogenes Club mystery as well as a bonus, the Irish Star affair, for you to be apart of. In fact, AppEndix provides the opportunity to proudly earn Game Center achievements for completing the book and solving each case.
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