I Am Innocent is a text-based game where you need to investigate cases that involve murders of teen victims.
The game is okay. It has a gripping plot and interesting characters - each seems to have a complex past, which is intriguing.
But, be warned, you might get irritated after 30 minutes of playing it. Because it has a mechanism where if you wish to unlock the next dialogue, you need to earn stars by playing a mini-game. I don’t have problems with mini-games, but there are TOO MANY of them!
Seriously, why am I playing these Tetris-like puzzles when I have a life to save? This is very distracting, repetitive, and interrupts the immersive experience.
This game would be great, if I have enough patience I guess.