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MarcusAndrew
MarcusAndrew

May-25-2005 16:39

I found Sleuth almost by accident through a link from another game site (much inferior site, i might add) Glad I decided to try it out though! :D

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48484848
48484848

Jul-7-2006 12:30

I was on Nancy drew herinteractive and it showed sleth so I trided it and now I am part of the third best agency!

Puffy111
Puffy111

Jul-7-2006 12:53

I found Sleuth from Her Interactive, and I have been loving it ever since, in fact, this is my uh, fifth detective..? I dunno, but it's really fun to try out different skills!!!

Kris Potter
Kris Potter

Jul-8-2006 11:53

I found it on the Nancy Drew website. I've been on it alot of times for hints/clues.THen I noticed and checked it out.This is my second day and I'm hooked

Becky :)
Becky :)

Jul-30-2006 22:32

Nancy Drew website. LUV da games!!! If you luv them too, i can give u TONS of hints, I've played almost all!!!

Al Z
Al Z

Jul-31-2006 09:12

I completed all of the Stickman Murder Mystery Games, which are hilarious and excellent for those that haven't played them.

I needed a new mystery fix, so like many of you, I Googled "Murder Mystery Games."

Sleuth came up and I got hooked instantly.

sunny
sunny
Lady of Shadows

Aug-9-2006 17:52

bump

Sleuth Sindy
Sleuth Sindy
Bounty Hunter

Aug-19-2006 05:46

I too came to Sleuth through the Nancy Drew web site www.herinteractive.com. I play the Nancy Drew games with my niece. We adore them! Sleuth is a little too much reading for my niece, but I was instantly hooked!

Daricexxx
Daricexxx

Oct-4-2006 23:54

me too the nany drew website

sushi kitty
sushi kitty

Oct-5-2006 00:31

After being doused in poisoned shoyu by my reckless and very drunk owner, my brain power curiously increased. While my owner was on yet another "vacation" at a place called the state pen, I learned to read, thanks to the tv she left turned on to home shopping network. Repetition really works for learning! I finally wised up and learned to operate the remote control, soon I was pushing every button in the house and I discovered the computer. My owner had returned, and she quickly fell back into a life of drinking, accompanied by gourmet sushi binges. It was then that I discovered that sushi boosts my brain power.

After laboriously learning to type one pawed, I finally moved up to two paws. I started using the computer on the sly, one time accidentally purchasing a stolen car via eBay. Suddenly, my owner was on vacation again. I was able to survive my owner's absence with deliveries from online pet stores and a set of numbers on a plastic square. I mastered all aspects of the internet and started to get jaded and bored. Plus, I was binging on Sake, and it was starting to get out of control. I declined into a state of being slovenly and playing online games all day. I mastered many, and in my search for more, I discovered Sleuth. It saved my life. I found a purpose for living.

Right now, my owner is on vacation in NYC at a place called Riker's. There's a television I want to pick up from some guy in NYC and when I go there, I may stop by and see what's so great about this Riker's place. In the meantime, I'll continue to Sleuth and try to avoid the collection agencies and the home inspectors. Gotta go before the neighbours spy me playing on the computer or drinking sake, two fisted. I alway forget to close the blinds!

crunchpatty
crunchpatty
Old Shoe

Oct-5-2006 01:10

Ugh, sooshles, I just really like you. Your sushi brings all the boys to the yard, and they're like "Damn, baby your catnip is so hardcore...let me run around in circles trying to sniff my tail for a minute before we get serious". Don't let them "shoyu" the money before they've earned the right.

(for the uninitiated...shoyu sounds a lot like 'show you')

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