When Private Eyes Are Watching
If you want to be a detective because you lap up the exciting developments in TV shows like Law and Order and CSI, you might want to try some online sleuthing before dipping into the world of crime and mystery.
Aspiring to learn from one of fiction’s stealthest sleuths? Detective games like Sherlock Holmes let you put on his thinking cap, light up his pipe, and use your reasoning to solve mysteries like what happened to Dr. Carstairs when he was examining the mummy of Anan-thotep. It may be elementary to him, but what about you, as you unravel crimes with these detective games?
Or enter the world of famous fictional novelist Richard Castle and his partner, detective Kate Beckett, and help them solve mysteries in the city where crime never sleeps in the eponymously named game Castle. Snoop around crime scenes and search for evidence as you move closer and closer to solutions.
Since solving criminal episodes is about piecing together clues, with detective puzzle games probe the facts and see if you make the cut and say Eureka! With Daily Witness 2, examine four weeks, four cases and try to drive each scene closer to the truth.
For younger inquiring minds, there are plenty of detective games for kids. Penny the Pet Detective takes sniffing out clues seriously and ends up with some pretty oddball clients! Who had their hands in the cookie jar? Detective Clara in The Fridge Affair wants to know who had a huge appetite and stole the food from the fridge. Help Clara connect the footprint trail that leads to the thief.
Don’t lose the trail – these games will help you find proof if you are truly a sleuth! Ready to start solving?