“Tell Me Everything” by Nils Munch, Jill L. Petersen & Kasper Brandt.
“A mysterious murder have shocked the small city of Smallcity. The clever detective Detectiface is on the case. Armed with words and wits, you uncover the secrets and capture the murderer, or at least [try to].”
One murder, three suspects and you are the detective, who seems to have quite a problem to find the right words and questions to ask. In “Tell Me Everything”, you have to solve a case by asking questions, but your vocabulary is pretty small in the beginning. But whenever you ask a really important question, your vocabulary might grow thanks to the answers, and that allows you to formulate complete new questions.
How did Mrs. Blue’s husband disappear? Is Dr. Green really a good doctor? Is the loud noise made by Mr. Red’s car somehow important for the case? And why was a dove feather laid down on Mr. Victim’s forehead? Was he killed by accident? Was it greed? Was it revenge? It’s your job to find out.