Works perfectly, plays just like the analogue version. AI performance is not amazing but competent.
Crashes frequently, can't pass tutorial.
Fun game mechanic... ...but the artwork is mediocre, the English translation is terrible, and the infuriating slow animations make this nearly unplayable. The artwork and English are forgivable, but until they fix the irritating animation speed, I'd suggest avoiding this one.
Great digital port of the physical game. Captures the suspense and challenge. If anything I'd change it would be to make the AI graphics faster, and also to be able to retract a chosen action (grab the move sherlock by mistake and stuck with moving sherlock...).
WhoDunIt Hide-and-Seek Fun strategy and thinking ahead: "if I do this, then he'll do that, then I'll do this". The only way that I have won as Mr. Jack was when using the 3 optional characters: James Maybrick, Walter Sickert, and Lizzie Williams. Their tiles have street/wall configurations that make them easier to hide from the detectives. For example, Walter Sickert's tile has 3 walls, so he can only be seen from one direction, and no others can be seen through his tile. Wish these were sold as an expansion to the board game!
Great port ... ... of the boardgame. Fans of the latter will do no wrong in picking this up. No issues, responsive developers. Wish it had online multi player, hope the sales keep going to afford this feature.
Version 2.0.2: Bug fixing
- Freeze in multiplayer mode on a same tablet corrected.
- Crash when playing against IA in a specific case (joker choosen first by IA)