Hidden Objects – Twin Mind: Murderous Jealousy: Review
April 2nd, 2021
Find hidden coins, morphing objects, and more to complete your collections!
Switch characters between the twin detectives!
Replay your favorite hidden object scenes and mini-games to unlock challenging achievements!
Keep the case moving with a strategy guide!
Each location has its own set of collectibles to aid in your investigation!
Randall and Eleanor Jones are tenacious in their pursuit of justice.
DominiGames has created a work of art in the world of HOPA, released on 2nd April 2021.
Randall and Eleanor Jones, twin detectives, share a passion for justice, but their approaches are opposed.
He prefers a rational, deductive approach, while she prefers a magical approach, but when they’re called in to investigate an onstage murder at the local theatre, they’ll have to mix their skills!
And as they delve further into the victim’s history, they realize that nothing about this case is as straightforward as it seems!
In this perplexing new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game, gather your wits and wisdom to assist Randall and Eleanor in solving one of the strangest cases you’ve ever encountered!
The gameplay varies from other HOPA games in a few ways, but it’s not too difficult.
You can take some objects and interact with them by tapping on them.
To see objects more clearly, pinch open with two fingers to zoom in and out.
If you’re having trouble finding objects, you can play Match-3 instead.
You can use hints to get around obstacles if you get stuck in the game.
Casual mode, advanced mode, hardcore mode, and custom mode are all different types of play modes available in this game.
The game’s illustrations have a certain allure that sets it apart from other DominiGames in terms of high-definition content.
One of the game’s standout features is the voice acting, which is flawlessly coordinated with the character’s facial expressions.
Domini has come up with yet another fantastic game. We found it very engaging and interactive with the ability to switch between the two main characters (twin detectives).
We thought it was a little short, but it makes up for it with a lengthy bonus chapter.
We would have given this game a perfect score if it weren’t for a bug near the end of the bonus chapter that locks Carlos in the room before you’ve even collected the poker to bar the door, rendering the rest of the game useless because you can’t do anything else.