One Minute Mysteries

Contains adsIn-app purchases
28 reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

"One Minute Mysteries" is a collection of fifty-five short, challenging mysteries by Michael Gray. Join Andy Carson and Sandy Crewe as they tackle hidden clues, tricky puzzles, wacky suspects, and relentless riddles! Each mystery is under 300 words long, so you can read it in under a minute!

• Follow the detectives as they investigate crimes.
• Confront liars, cheats and kidnappers.
• Meet fun and interesting characters.
• Test your wits against a wide variety of difficult puzzles.
• Who did it? Only YOU can figure it out!
Updated on
Sep 6, 2023

Data safety

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

25 reviews
Adam Young
January 10, 2022
This game is exactly as advertised with lots of one minute riddles. There is even somewhat of a story between the riddles. The story and dialogue are practically non-existent. The game itself is just an assortment of 56 mind puzzles with minimal plot. I gave three stars because aside from the short riddles there is not much to this book. Unless you love riddles and puzzles it's probably not gonna be worth purchasing.
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A Google user
September 9, 2019
It's okay, I enjoyed solving the riddles. I do have a bone to pick with the pizza riddle, though. SPOILER ALERT If I want mushrooms on my slice and someone else wants pepperoni on their slice, having a single slice of pizza with both mushroom and pepperoni does not mean we both get a slice of pizza each. We'd either get half a slice each, or one person gets all the toppings and the other goes hungry. Thought it was gonna be a misdirect but turns out the author forgot how food works.
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A Google user
July 23, 2019
Its very, very short, that's not unexpected though, given the fact it advertises itself as "one minute mysteries". If you like little puzzles, i'd say play the first free chapter, but dont buy it, its not worth it.
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