I'm trying to remember the name of a computer game I used to play in the early- to mid-90s. I think it was a series set in suburbia with two kids (possibly brother and sister?) tasked with solving crimes. It had suspects, a map with possible locations, and it was probably vaguely educational. It was not Carmen Sandiego-related. What was the name of the game?
How might one go about having a (murder?) mystery-themed dinner party? [more inside]
I'm looking for logic puzzles/games/systems similar to logic grid puzzles that are mostly deductive, pure logic, but that are more "realistic" or at least tell a more tangible story. Do such things exist? Also, how to construct your own and use them in a narrative structure? [more inside]
Where could I find ideas about creating an adventure/mystery/game for friends over the summer, via postal service? [more inside]
YAWWTPCGQ (yet another "what was that PC game?" question) [more inside]
Classic Mac game? [more inside]
Has any member of the hivemind had any success using the many techniques and/or attitudes featured on shows like "The Pick up Artist" or books like Neil Strauss' "the Game" and "Rules of the Game"? [more inside]
Are there any good online resources for "Mystery Object" games? [more inside]
The significance of a blank white 1" button? I'm told not to ask. [more inside]
Can someone identify this mystery "game"? [more inside]
I'm looking for a Java game about controlling a roller coaster whose tracks had breaks / gaps in them.
I'm looking for a certain java game. [mi] [more inside]