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March 22, 2013

the scene of the crime: dream of murder

The scene of the crime: dream of murder is the third episode in the point and click investigation adventure series by Pastel Games.

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love pastel games!! O:

Anonymous said...

Very esay, i think the old ones are better.

Anonymous said...

Very good!!!

Michaela said...

Too much random clicking. But thanks for sharing, Bart.

Anonymous said...

I am stuck at the point where you take the MD's name plate from the wall. What next? There is nothing to click.

Anonymous said...

Weel I got it..

*Spoiler*
You need the name plate to open that door.
*Spoiler*

m. said...

i liked this one. i liked how they involved the FBI and made it more about super secret stuff. i like the old graphics but these were better, i think.thanks for posting, bart!

Anonymous said...

Good game.Stuck of course.Ummmm does anyone remember the game which you were a guy with a top hat and monocle and you would shoot his bazooka to get something.I want to find and play it

Phred said...

Oh, man... loved this one! Will have to check out the others in the series.

Anonymous said...

nice game!! not to tricky, no need for a walkthrough. interesting and well made. THankyou for sharing :)

tam said...

oh, I missed the clock in Nina's appartment. A part from that, very entertaining! Thank you, Bart :)

Rob said...

Great storyline!

Chip said...

On my laptop the game window is too small to show the post box at the apartment.. having used a walkthru cos I was stuck I knew it was there and could just click on the edge of the screen to open it but can't get the contents.. frustrating!!!..

Anonymous said...

ARGH! Can't find the final clue at ABMA. Found the killer's fingerprints on his fingers, on the steel wheel of the car, found the number plate, ... what's number four? Talked to prof Braun of course.

Anonymous said...

at ABMA, use the car keys on the boot.

Jessica said...

Usually Pastel Games' crime scene P$C games are very straight-forward and logical, but I felt that this just turned into a huge pixel hunt with very little logic to carry it forward. It just felt like a scavenger hunt, rather than a puzzle game. Definitely not my favorite from Pastel Games.

Anonymous said...

good game!

Anonymous said...

This game is now officially rocket science! :D

Beth said...

im still stuck at the pd heeelllppp

Anonymous said...

im stuck at nova cars
i got the resignation letter and the registration of the car

Anonymous said...

hellllllllp!

Anonymous said...

I liked this game. Most of the clues where found in reasonable location.

But I think most of the commentators miss the greatness of the story.
Wernher von Braun was a real person. He may be called the father of NASA and the space age. But he was also a Nazi war criminal, though never tried or convicted. The two other Nazis which ended up dead in the game... I don't know of they are real.
Here you have a piece of alternative history, that could have taken place. And a moral question is raised - is it moral to forget a man's hideous crimes, in face of the enormous technological leap we owe to him?

Way to go, Pastel games!
P.S: remember that Pastel Games are from Poland. This theme is very personal there.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... Liked this... How can I get the software update so I can play 14 Locks? Silly question, but I cant find it.

Bart said...

For 14locks you need the Unity webplayer, you can get it here, cheers!

Anonymous said...

we need new games

Bart said...

I know, but it's a very quiet period for new and interesting games.

Lizzie! said...

Can I make a plug for Tomatea.com again? They just came out with a new game called Dolly House. Their room escapes are quite good.

AmyAndKeekers said...

Thanks Lizzie! very cool! :) hugs

Cyn said...

Wow. There really seems to be a long lull in new and interesting games. Even the "New Games Thursday" at NotDoppler this past week was not anything really new, and definitely not interesting. And not much the previous week either. :P

I might have to resort to being productive and quit "wasting time" on flash games. ;)

Anonymous said...

When are you posting new games, Bart?! I'm waiting! :(

Anonymous said...

Bart you're not putting anything else on. :c

Bart said...

I'm just waiting for something new and interesting, it's a quiet period.

Anonymous said...

Bart you should put qwop on. That's a fun game. It;s on foddy.net.

Anonymous said...

a nice game i found at coolbuddy for all you jonesing for something...

http://www.coolbuddy.com/games/game.asp?gid=3150

Armed with Wings Culmination

you're welcome :-)

qwer said...

When is your next game going to come out? Give an estimate. I'm dying. :(

Anonymous said...

Excellent game and very logical. Yeah, I liked the FBI taking all the evidence cause then it was less confusing with all that info on the bulletin board. Also, being told that "you're finished here" and not being able to go back to keep looking in the same places was so helpful and saved time. No walkthrough needed. I would play this game again. More games like this please?!!!!

Anonymous said...

stuck at nova cars. i found the letter and the car registration. what next...

Anonymous said...

This game reminds me of NCIS soo much! I only got stuck twice, but didn't need a walkthrough!

**** stars!

 

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