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Sherlock: The Network goes free-to-try on iOS, coming to Android this summer

By , on August 6, 2014
Last modified 3 years, 9 months ago

Secretly, every person who has ever watched and enjoyed the Sherlock series on the BBC, has thought to themselves: "boy, I wish I could hang out with Sherlock, Watson, Mycroft, and the gang".

I guess that's why Sherlock: The Network has been rather successful amongst fans of the series, as it lets you do exactly that, all the while solving a tough case full of intrigue, drama, and slightly phoned-in performances from Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, and Mark Gatiss.

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If you were put off by the entry price of Sherlock: The Network, you can now try the first few cases for free, to see if you dig what developer The Project Factory is laying down, and then buy the rest via a single IAP of $2.99 / £1.99.

Don't fret if you've already purchased the game, you'll still have access to everything you've paid for. The latest iOS update also adds Simplified Chinese language support and some bug fixes. Which is 不错.

The update is available now on iOS, and for those rocking an Android device, Sherlock: The Network is scheduled to drop on your devices this August, as this brief teaser trailer reveals.

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