AVault: The Hardy Boys: The Perfect Crime Review

The Hardy Boys: The Perfect Crime would be a good idea as a Flash game that you can spend a few minutes playing at the office when the boss isn't looking. But as a full-scale adventure game, it's a boring failure. As more of these hidden-object games are released, the stories attached to them need to become more involving and the visual presentation more sophisticated, or they'll suck the fun right out of a genre that has hung on by its fingernails for years.

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