Lou in Louisville
That ending… how ironic especially with the virus outbreak and global pandemic currently going on. But oh wow, I had a lot of fun with this game. Trying to figure out how to get away with hiding or disposing of a dead body and cleaning up any evidence was surprisingly fun for me. At the end of each level, just when I thought I had done everything and out everything back the way I found it, then bam, a had forgotten something. Sometimes a few things! That made the game so much fun, making sure there was no evidence left behind. And what clever ways to dispose of a body… it makes you think for sure. But overall, this game was great. I did have to use the hints or “beeper” (maybe you are supposed to use beeper?) but the ads weren’t too intrusive, you are able to quickly exit out of the ad so it’s no big deal to watch an ad for a message of what to do or where to go next. The game was NOT short, I don’t know why some other reviewer said that. The game had like 10 levels or “jobs” each taking about an hour to play through, minimum. I’ve been playing this game over the course of 4 days, a few hours at a time. But if you are looking for an interesting, challenging, and fun game, this is it. It is also a learning experience in a way, if you are wanting to learn how to commit the perfect murder and get away with it lol. Definitely worth 5 stars.