Forensic Master is a puzzle game that’s all about collecting evidence, asking the right questions and trying to solve crimes. It’s made up of a series of different mini-games, some of which are more difficult than others.
So we thought it was a good idea to write a guide to help get you through some of the trickier sections. Follow these strategies and you’ll soon find yourself becoming a master of the forensic arts, which is pretty much the main reason you’re going to be playing the game.
It doesn’t matter if you’re dusting for your first set of prints or you’ve already acquitted your fair share of the accused – there’s going to be something here to help you out. These are the best hints, tips and cheats for Forensic Master.
Green is good
When you see green, that means you’re doing something right. Whether you’re contorting a body to fit it into a space, or on one of the auto-running sections, green is the color you should be aiming for. When you’re moving things around and one of the circles turns green, it’s time to move on to the next part of the puzzle.
Look for the start of the prints
When you’re dusting for prints, they’ll reveal themselves slowly as white ridges. You need to dust them completely to turn them green, so keep an eye out for the beginnings of the print appearing. It can be a quite laborious prospect, but you need to dust every surface of an object to find the right place.
Lying doesn’t always mean guilt
Sometimes a character will lie about something, but it doesn’t mean they’re guilty of the crime they’ve been accused of. Listen to their answers to the other questions and wait until you’ve got the whole picture before you decide whether they did it or not.
Lift up the furniture
The hidden object levels require you to lift up and rearrange the furniture to try and find everything that you need to move on. Pretty much everything can be poked and prodded and thrown about, and quite often you’ll find the objects in the same place as they were the first time you found them.
Match the tubes
You need to match the test tubes into bundles of the same color. It’s a pretty easy task. Just look for the spaces in the rows and place the test tubes where they need to go. You can’t move tubes that are already in place.