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Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen (Macintosh)

Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen Macintosh Title screen

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Become a police detective and solve 12 murders in Micropolis. Players interview witnesses, gather evidence, and sift through lab reports to get the clues they need to solve each case. Each action, particularly traveling between locations, adds time to the game clock.

One to four people can play, competing to see who solves the mystery first and in the optimum amount of time. After the case is presented, players take turns choosing an option, getting a clue number, and then looking it up in the manual. Once a player thinks they have it solved, they present their solution to the others. Then he looks up the complete solution. If it's 100% right, he wins and the players start on a new case. If any detail is wrong, he's out of the game and the others continue toward a solution. (Note the computer requires player honesty when asking if he got it right nor not.)

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Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen Macintosh At police headquarters; answer the phone to begin a mystery
Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen Macintosh Clues are encoded, you will need to look them up in the manual
Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen Macintosh Title screen
Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen Macintosh Map of the town; select an action

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Jon de Ojeda (535) added Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen (Macintosh) on Aug 22, 2006
Other platforms contributed by Trypticon (6634), Lee Seitz (645) and Demian Katz (2075)