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The Murder of Jane Kranz

by Christian Andersen


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The idea of the game is to search the house for clues, which gradually lead you towards guessing the killer's identity and making an accusation, and for each clue you discover points are added to your score. There are 7 clues altogether, hidden in various places about the house, and you can only make an accusation (by entering "SOLUTION") when your score has reached the maximum of 100 points. This, unfortunately, was an annoying weakness in the game. You could probably guess the murderer's identity long before scoring 100, but you have to plod on to the bitter end before typing "solution", otherwise you are thrown back to DOS for not abiding by the rules.
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