Mrs. Hudson (video game 2010)

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Mrs. Hudson (PC)

Mrs. Hudson is a logic video game developed and published by Everett Kaser in 2010. PC/Mac.

Editor's description

Mrs. Hudson, the landlady of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, has gone out on a trip about the city, shopping and visiting. Sherlock has dispatched members of the Baker Street Irregulars to keep tabs on her, and they continually send back cryptic clues about her trip. Can you figure out where she walked, what she bought and who she visited?

Mrs. Hudson is a game of logic and deduction. It provides 10,000 puzzles in each of four sizes and two types (the above is a small size 4 puzzle in its solved state). The goal of each puzzle is to locate all of the images and figure out the path taken by Mrs. Hudson. One image is located on each "city block," and her path winds through the streets and in and out of the city blocks. She never crosses her own path, she never visits a block more than once (and sometimes not at all), and she always travels in an over-all clockwise direction. Puzzle sizes are from 3x3 up to 6x6 images. You're provided with sufficient clues (presented graphically) to determine everything, using clear, cold, precise logic.


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