Grim Tales: The Final Suspect - A Hidden Object Mystery

Grim Tales: The Final Suspect - A Hidden Object Mystery

By Big Fish Games, Inc

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-02-26
  • Current Version: 1.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 786.35 MB
  • Developer: Big Fish Games, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4.13953
From 43 Ratings


Play the trial for FREE! Pay once & complete the adventure! Psychic detective Anna Gray wakes up in a hospital bed accused of a murder of which she has no memory. What would you do in her shoes? The police think it was self-defense, but to solve this mystery, you must use all of your special talents to dive into your own past and uncover the hidden secrets. • WHO REALLY KILLED HOWARD KELLY? This young student broke into your house in the middle of the night and ended up dead. What was he looking for? Who stabbed him with the gardening shears? Is there a connection between him and your niece, Jackie? • DRIVE AWAY THE GHOST THAT HAUNTS YOUR HOME Explore a variety of hidden object scenes and collect evidence to find the real murderer. • GO FISHING FOR CLUES! Engaging and colorful puzzles take you deep into the murky waters of a truly mysterious case. • CHANGE THE GRAY FAMILY’S DESTINY IN THE BONUS GAME Travel to the past and unlock more secrets in the bonus chapter and enjoy Collector’s Edition exclusive content, including achievements and collectible items! *** Discover more from Big Fish! *** Check out our entire game library with our Big Fish Games app absolutely FREE here: Sign up for our newsletter and never miss a new release or promotion again: Big Fish is the leading global marketplace to discover and enjoy casual games. You can enjoy our virtually endless selection of games anytime, anywhere — on your PC, Mac, mobile phone, or tablet. Learn more at! Become a fan on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:



  • (Also) Stuck on “Name” Screen

    By MethylEthylBS
    When the game begins, there is a short cutscene with a “Skip” option that doesn’t work. The game then goes to a screen that allows the player to enter their name. I am unable to enter a name or even accept the generic user name. The game is frozen and won’t allow any action or input by the user. Since I see App Store comments & reviews a year old from people who have had the same problem, it seems as though you may want to choose another game. While troubleshooting, I ran across an article on the Big Fish website that said Apple would no longer support 32-bit games with iOS 11; as of the writing of this review, that article had been updated 2 days prior. Since going back to look at the dates and iOS versions caused me to lose the first draft of this review, I can’t verify this might be the issue. As I purchased this game over 6 years ago, I think this is probably a reasonable assumption. If this IS the issue, then neither Big Fish nor Apple should allow this game to be offered on the Apple App Store. If the game is no longer supported, I’m somewhat annoyed the Apple & Big Fish still have it on the Apple App Store.
  • Still Broken?

    By LamiaPuella
    Can’t get past the title screen.
  • Won’t let me even put my name in!!!

    By 5868miss
    There was another review exactly like this and it also happened to me today. I have an iPhone XR and it won’t let me put my name in, I can’t skip that part, I can’t do anything!! Ridiculous of Big Fish to do this!! This needs to be fixed now, you’ve known about it for quite a while and no update to fix the problem. Why 🤷🏼‍♀️
  • Great!

    By Ajax713
    Puzzles were innovative, but wish they were harder. Elephant goes out of their way to add little flourishes here and there. The HOs were varied; list, silhouette, FROG, match the pairs, and combinatory. The story is long, then after you finish there’s a secret room where you play a few puzzles and HOs again for an achievement. You collect morphing objects in every scene, and 16 stained glass pieces that comprise 4 mosaics, and once you complete a mosaic, you can play a HO. So, lots to do. I usually don’t use the teleporting map, because I like to feel like I’m really there. But in the medieval section it was absolutely necessary, because you kept going back and forth between two rooms a lot. Real rating of 4.5 bumped up to 5.
  • Doesn’t work

    By C.Wifey
    This game says it’s compatible with an iPhone but doesn’t even work, I’ve tried playing this numerous times, it’s stuck on the “name” screen. I can’t skip, or put my name in. It’d be nice if this was updated so people could play it, especially since it’s on sale right now. You would think this would be updated since Big Fish is still selling it.
  • Okay, but...

    By cakefordinner
    ...not very challenging. Decent graphics and story but not much else. A lot of back and forth; HO scenes were scant and so were the mostly easy puzzles. There was only one puzzle that was remotely challenging but it was like a poor man's MCF puzzle Played most of the way through the trial but not interesting/challenging enough to finish or purchase.
  • Move

    By Opinion02122
    Thank God there's a map with teleportation or you'd be going back and forth for forever! The map tells you where there is a move to make, and, believe me, you'll be very happy to use it. The puzzles are varied in style and difficulty. The story seems rather blah, but I never pay much attention the the story. The game is okay, but not great.
  • Jasper

    By Jaspereagle
    Good game.
  • Of aerobic pursuits in time travel and clumsiness....

    By Mebabymamawoot
    If U need a good virtual workout, running from scene to scene in a tired, lock-step routine in which U exchange one item for another up the chain until I assume a finale of some sorts arrives and U prevail- this game is for U. If U R a couch potato and would rather skip the aerobics, never fear, there R portals to take away even that small challenge. There aren't enough HOP's, and just for kicks and giggles (excepting the leatherman) every freaking tool U find disappears as soon as U use it! I know this is pretty standard, but damnit one would think a time traveling professor would think to hold onto a screwdriver! I even lost the rock I was forced to use as a hammer! Aaagghhh! How clumsy, butterfingered, absent-minded or just plain baked can an avatar be? I tried to like this game- it had so much promise: a time traveling professor who must solve the mystery of whether and or why she killed the oddly well-shaven-unibomber, only to discover her niece is the real culprit. At first going back and forth in time, finding creepy, other-dead-Bill-Gates-looking-guy, hidden ominous voodoo room and at last-shifting back to the dark ages just in time to see "ye olde public execution", but it gets old and ends fast. It was nothing special.
  • Great trial!!! Realistic

    By Grundelbunny
    I rarely get into the story of BF games but b/c this 1 isn't fantasy I did. Im glad there was only 2 H.O. Scenes, they are usually too simple. Great story, challenging game play. Mini games were too easy but the game play more than makes up for it. Wud have been 5 stars w better larger text.