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Develop or hone your detective skills with the challenging gameplay of Fingered. Multiple levels, oodles of characters, and a plethora of guilty convicts, all of them only in one hyper-realistic police SIM game.
The game has animated graphics and its interface boasts of a vectorish look. More than the graphics, it’s the unique characters that amaze the gamers. Every level of the game consists of numerous characters and they all have been designed differently. You never come across a stage where you see two characters exactly the same. The big, black, and bold stroke on every element enhance the animated graphics.
The gameplay is simple but the challenges that it poses make you scratch your head. There are a total of 21 levels in the game and in each one of one of them you need to point out (or Finger) the one who is guilty. A single wrong decision and you could set the guilty free. Hence, you have to be careful before you release anyone from the custody. But the game is not about blind guessing. There are local bodies who are always there for your help. They all have four clues with them based on which you can reach to the criminal.
However, here comes the catch. While there are a few local people who give correct clue to the police, there are others who either try to manipulate the police with their wrong clues or give information which is just half correct. Though the game warns you about such people at the start of the level, the final decision still rests in your hand.
All you need is a mouse to play this game. The level begins with the information on the eye-witness. There is a start button just at the bottom right corner of the screen. Click it to enter the level. There are clues lined up at the bottom of the screen. Click on them to read them. Release the people from custody by clicking on the release button. Declare someone guilty by pulling the lever down with your mouse.
Replay Value: 3
As one wouldn’t watch a crime/suspense flick again and again, same is the case with the game – Fingered. Once you are done with the 21 levels of the game, you will be well aware of all the guilty people and behavior of the local bodies helping you. Hence, owing to the limitation of the number of levels, the game has quite a low replay value for the gamers.
It’s time to clean the city. It’s time to throw the guilty behind the bars. In ‘Fingered,’ pin-point a guilty person out of many who have been accused of a crime that they have not committed. Take the help of locals to fine-tune your search. But do not completely rely on the pieces of information that the locals share. Use your brain and put to use your detective skills to punish the mischief makers.
Get ‘Fingered’ to finger the murderers and lock them up. But ensure to identify them first based on the clues given by the other citizens of the town..
Pros : Time Mode Enhance the Gaming Fun
Simple to Understand the Gameplay
Cons : Few Levels That End Quite Soon
Replay Value 3.0
Average : 4.1
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