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Ms. Holmes: Five Orange Pips

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Ms. Holmes: Five Orange Pips (PC)

Ms. Holmes: Five Orange Pips is an hidden object/puzzle video game (PC) developed by Elephant Games and published by Big Fish Games, released on 26 may 2020 (on Steam).

Usual hidden-object game with mini-games : hidden objects, differences, jigsaws and various puzzles. The story line is not based on Arthur Conan Doyle's short story The Five Orange Pips (1891).

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Editor's description

An intruder trashes Ms. Holmes's house, leaving behind a notebook, a threat, and a cryptic calling card – five orange pips. What do the pips mean, and how is this case connected to her famous predecessor? Someone is out to get her, and when more pips turn up at the home of a young man named Oscar Watson, it becomes clear that she isn't the only target! Can you help Sharlotte Holmes and her new friend solve the mystery of the orange pips and track down the culprit before their time runs out? Find out in this brain-teasing Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure!


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