Sherlock is a computerized version of logic puzzles, where you're presented with a series of clues that help you determine the exact locations of all the images on the playing board. The puzzles are all 4x4, 5x5 or 6x6. Each row of the puzzle contains images of the same type (faces, houses, numbers, fruit, street signs, letters, etc). The game scrambles the locations of the items in each row (without showing you their locations) and then presents to you a set of graphical clues that describe the positional relationships of different images. You use the clues to deduce where things can't be (and where they HAVE to be) until you know where all of the images are located. 50,000 puzzles in each size for a total of 150,000 puzzles! The puzzles in the Free, Pro, Ultra, and Zen versions of the game are all unique, the four versions of the game share NO common puzzles.
Supports 64-bit iOS
Ratings and Reviews
Love the game, but...
...I bought the previous full version, thousands of games that I had not played yet, and then a decision was made to make a new app for the OS update, and now I have to buy it again. I have played EK software FOR DECADES. I believe in supporting the cause, but this decision was not entirely ethical, IMO.
Great game. Hope you concentrate.
Great game. Heck of a workout for my mind. Don’t like that I had to rebuy it. But to update to ad free and no in app purchases, the developer had to stop support for the original version. And honestly, several years of fun for the few dollars I am out is great. I recommend this game to everyone. Kids can play the 4x4 grid to learn basic logic with handicaps and hints. Adults can try their mind on 6x6 with no hints or handicaps and really push themselfs. I found this game over a decade ago on a win 95 computer with a “150 free games” cd. Then in 2011 I found the app. It’s 2017 and I bought zen. When I beat it I will buy the other versions. I was upset at first about rebuying the game but when the developer explained that he did it to get rid of in app purchases, I felt it was justified. But I would ask for ONE in app purchase. To spend under the total cost of the rest of the games combined to get ALL the puzzles in one app. Or sell a 5th version that is more expensive and has all the puzzles. Either way I will play them all. And here is a goal for you. 6x6 grid with no handicaps, no wrong move notifications, and only one try through it(no playing it after you beat it). 1:27. I got lucky and moved fast. Still don’t know how I managed it. And if you run out of 6x6 puzzles in less than a year, you truly are a puzzle god.
Yay a new version!
I finally 'ran out' of games on Sherlock Ultra and grabbed this one for the first time. Love these games and the logic behind them. They never get too hard, and there's always a hint available -- just a hint! -- if you just don't see that one key move. Everett's games always work perfectly on my iPads.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.