Public Enemies: Bonnie & Clyde

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Description

Requirements

Windows Requirements:
System : Windows® XP/Vista/7
Processor : 1 GHz
Memory : 512 MB
Video : 256 MB
Disk : 150 MB
Directx : 8.1
Sound : Compatible DirectX 8.1
Multi : No
 

Reviews & Comments

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  1. Why, oh why (did I pay for that)?

    This is not a game, it's a pain. Everything has been said above. So : don't buy it. That's all...

    by Agniola, France - Nov 8th 2010
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  2. Just like Bonnie and Clyde, this game is criminal

    Graphics are fuzzy and objects are impossible to find because of this. Once again, annoying music, few available clues. The map thing was just so bad that I quit the trial at that point. Not a keeper, even cheap.

    by Linda Bullock, USA - Nov 7th 2010
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  3. Pretty graphics but maps aggravated me

    This is the first puzzle game I've bought. I was drawn to the gorgeous graphics and the Bonnie & Clyde theme was intriguing. Unfortunately, the game was not. And the repeated use of maps as a puzzle device aggravated me no end. That is, except for the interactive one where you have to retrace B & C's escape with the police on their tail. Heck, for $10 I got my money's worth. And my nephews can give it a go at Christmas.

    by Anne Osborne, USA - Aug 26th 2010
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