Eurogamer: Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle review

Blue Toad's 17th December launch is no mistake though. At £10 for around two hours of content with questionable replay value it's quite expensive, but it accomplishes a lot in those two hours, and it's the nature of that accomplishment that should not be underestimated - especially at a time of year when everyone's delighted to see each other but also secretly worried about how to keep the group together after lunch but before the Doctor Who special.

In this sense, it may not have Jason Donovan in it, and you may not control it using a lump of plastic with a whopping buzzer on it, but Blue Toad Murder Files is still unmistakeably a Relentless Software game, because it makes the difficult job of entertaining a diverse group appear effortless. The strength of hold it exerts cannot be overstated, and it sets it apart from less inclusive games aspiring to the same end.

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