Who Is The Killer (Episode One)

Who Is The Killer (Episode One) for PC and Mac

Published by Guts United on 2024-04-17

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.6
  • Category: Games
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.5.3
  • File size: 22.86 MB

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Who Is The Killer (Episode One) Overview

What is Who Is The Killer (Episode One)? "Who Is The Killer?" is a brain teaser game based on classical English detective rules. The game involves investigating crime scenes, speaking with characters, and guessing who lies to figure out who the killer is. The game features a new murder every day, several original mini-games, and an old mystery background story. The gameplay is designed for those who like to think, and there is no happy ending in this scenario - you can either win or lose the game. The game page on Facebook provides information on how to gain additional energy in the game every day. It is important to note that some reviews may contain spoilers, and players are requested not to reveal the identity of the killer in their reviews to avoid spoiling the fun for others.


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Who Is The Killer (Episode One) Features and Description

1. Speak with characters, investigate crime scenes, guess who lies, look at your dreams to find clues and try to arrest the killer before it’s too late.

2. This original game is based on classical english detective rules.

3. It is not a generic adventure game — there is no happy end in this scenario, you can either win or lose the game (if everybody dies).

4. "We would personally recommend everyone to try this game, especially those who love brain teasers.

5. Everyday someone dies and you need to figure out who is the killer.

6. And you have only seven days to stop the murderer.

7. Everybody has a common mystery story of the past.

8. — Original gameplay for those who like to think.

9. Everybody could have a motive to do this.

10. Some reviews may contain spoiler.


  • - Despite reviews to the contrary, the game kept my attention.
  • - Logic mini games can become addictive if you like.
  • - Clues become clearer after playing through episode 1.
  • - Narrative-driven concept.
  • - Excellent music and artwork.
  • - Dream sequences reveal parts of each painting.
  • - Keeps players on their toes to find the suspect.

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Who Is The Killer (Episode One) - Is it safe to download?

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Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Roayaayaor

    Word Search with no mystery….. Nice graphics, good concept

    Oh my Lord there was a word search at every turn. It takes away from the flow of the game and quite frankly are not very difficult. They were tedious indeed and never proved worth my time. If there was some payout, a ticking clock, something interesting or a challenge that was ramping up I could see the point. As it is, I thought the mystery itself would have been engaging, but there was no interaction, no actualy clues to find, and at the end, the only work that was related to solving the crime was the blurry paintings. The word searches were a gimmick to buy time. It made me actually want to do a picture search, just to break the monotony, and those of us who are truly looking for a "mystery/investigation game" know where I am coming from. It's a good start, interesting characters and such. However, there isn't much at stake and the activities are too similar. Also, the explanations of the game play could be more clear. And the coffee? What was that all about? The whole "awake" thing was odd too. It is also good to give the player an avatar or a character, that was missing.



    Despite reviews to the contrary I found that this game kept my attention. Though not an action game the logic mini games can become addictive if you like It can be confusing the first time around however because the directions aren't as thorough as I'd wish (for instance a suspect isn't necessarily innocent just because he/she has is alibied by another suspect). At first all the clues seem random but once I'd been through episode 1 and lost, I did it over and the story became clearer. Don't expect the clues to be spelled out--they are somewhat vague but if you look for contradictions in the suspects' stories/alibis you can begin to piece together the motive-murder-story.

  • By Ramajama

    falls short of the mark

    I think I get what they're going for; I appreciate the narrative-driven concept. I do NOT like all the word searches (that made me want to stop the game entirely). The music and artwork are excellent. How they could improve: - eliminate word search; just give us what each character has to say…but perhaps each character would have 5-6 different things to say about each other character. putting in some "red herrings" and misleading dialogue would be great here. - the dream sequences, revealing parts of each painting is a neat concept. i think the paintings themselves are supposed to help you figure out the plot / killer…but you can't see the whole painting or study them so that falls short -the "cups of coffee" / energy to interview characters is much too short per day to be satisfying - if we were to "investigate" each crime scene visually - that would be great as well! This game has potential but if the next stories are the same game play-wise, I'm not interested.

  • By Cutebun

    Pretty enjoyable and entertaining!

    Overall, the game is a success and keeps me on my toes to find the suspect. Even if i know who it is from the beginning, I can't arrest them until I know more, which unlocks a lot of secrets. If you have a couple hours and are totally bored, I really recommend this game. Or if you want something to challenge your wits. There are some parts of the game that are really difficult. Not like…mystery solving difficlt, really, but the word games. I enjoy it anyways.

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