Return to 221B Baker St. and play as Sherlock Holmes to solve 16 mysterious crimes in Victorian England. Dust off your magnifying glass and use your astute observational skills to gather evidence in 60 brilliantly rendered locations around.
Jun 3, 2014 20:05:48
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Description: Return to 221B Baker St. and play as Sherlock Holmes to solve 16 mysterious crimes in Victorian England. Dust off your magnifying glass and use your astute observational skills to gather evidence in 60 brilliantly rendered locations around Victorian England, including Stonehenge, Marlsbury Castle, London’s Music Hall and more! Unlock vital clues by solving mini-puzzles including anagrams, cryptograms, and more. The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2 features more than 40 levels of hidden object gameplay and more than 100 lively characters, including Watson, Mycroft, and Inspector Lestrade. Each clue leads you closer to catching the culprit!
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