A terrible crime has been committed Police are on the scene, but a bumbling rookie has altered something, but what exactly was changed?
A terrible crime has occurred, and naturally they’ve called you in, the best homicide detectives on the force. However, when your back was turned, some bumbling rookie cop has altered the scene. Thankfully, there’s a photo from just prior to the mishap. You must be the first to spot the differences between two nearly identical scenes if you want to solve the case.
In Sherlook, you must find the differences between two crime scene photos. Using your powers of perception, find and count the number of anomalies. When you have your count, grab for the evidence marker with number matching the number of differences you see. But you better think quick, because there’s a lot of other detectives competing to make a name for themselves. If they beat you to the punch, you are going to have only a few seconds to make a guess. If you’re observant and have found all the details, you’ll score points. At the end of ten rounds, one of you will become the lead detective, and it’s back to the academy with the rest!
Sherlook contains forty images, each with only slight differences from one another, so that players can return to the scene of the crime again and again.