Seven Photos is a murder mystery game where you have 7 photos to figure out exactly how and why you woke up, without memories, outside a locked room containing two presumably dead people.
This is a point and click, action thriller game in which you try to figure out who the murderer is before you go insane. Could it have been you? Who's lying? You have seven photos to figure that out.
■ The Camera is your Crime Scene
Uncover evidence as you examine suspicious parts of the photos you have on your camera. These seven photos will be all you need to solve the case!
■ Simple Point and click Gameplay
Look for evidence by clicking around for them!
■ Use your Ace Detective logic to find the lies!
Utilize your arsenal of evidence bullets to expose the crucial contradictions in your thinking in attorney-like situations. Collect the evidence, shoot down the contradictions with your evidence bullets Danganronpa style, and unravel the truth behind the case!
■ Find the Culprit
As you find the true criminal mastermind behind the case, shatter the lies in the holes of their arguments in a Layton style combat. Go trigger happy and wreak havoc until you find the truth!
■ What's Your Secret?
Why were you there? Who's the culprit? Why can't you remember anything? Find secrets behind your past through the storyline.
■ Compete on the leaderboards
See how your ace detective skills line up with the rest of the world on leaderboards!
Note: Look forward to new stories and episodes coming soon!
Ratings and Reviews
A sequel or explanation please? (Review contains spoilers)
Ok, I know a lot of things I’m about to say are going to be very petty, but please hear me out. I thought it was a very good game and really fun but I feel like the ending was nice, but cut short. At certain points of the game I feel that the sanity meter was unnecessary. When Piper was trying to expose the truth for the first time there was nothing pushing her to do it so the sanity meter didn’t really make sense. I want to know more about Piper, the ending really confused me. Ya, it was a cool ending, but I want to know if Piper really was the murder, or if it’s all in her head. Maybe everything Rebecca said was true. I understand it was most likely supposed to mysterious, but I would at least like a sequel to explain more of this interesting story. Other than that it was a fun game, even though when I played it again it only took me about 10 minutes. Only one last complaint, the lack of endings. Once I did finish the game, which took longer than expected, from what understood about the “good ending” was that there were going to be more endings. I was highly disappointed when I found only two and the insanity or bad ending was my favorite actually. If there are more than two endings then I am deeply sorry, but in the end good job and I would Love to see more!
I really liked this game and where it was going! I wish that there was more to the story, with multiple chapters as well. I’d also like to know more about Piper, especially the part where if she really is crazy. This game felt creepy and charming at the same time. Having to scroll through the autoscrolling bullet list was pretty annoying, though, because I couldn’t see the list actually speed up; it was just a jump cut that could result in me completely overshooting the bullet I needed. One more thing, looking at the animations, you might want to try and improve upon them a bit. Like when Piper is pointing her finger, her pointing arm doesn’t look right, as it’s literally overlapping her shoulder, when it should be the other way around. I look forward to seeing more of this game! I can see it’s appeal for sure! Another pointer, I wish you could utilize the menu’s reticle in the game.
Very good game. Would enjoy a sequel,
I am not an expertise critic, nor am I a puzzle master, but at least I know a good puzzle game when I see it. This is one of these good puzzle games. It took me a while to figure out what I was doing wrong, but that’s a good thing..! If the game babies me, I hate it. If it gives me no insight, I hate it. B U T . This game is not like other games. It tells you what you need to know and cuts it at that, all the while still being informative. I’d love another mystery like this! Though from what the game has portrayed, you don’t plan on making a sequel. Once finishing the game, you immediately learn that she is the one behind it. That wouldn’t be a good story point for a sequel. Usually I would think someone would wait a few games or chapters before revealing a big secret like this game did at the ending. Keep up the good work!
-Your young fan, STH.
- JCSoft Inc.
- 42.9 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © JCSoft Inc.
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