Download Dinner With Moriarty
Download Dinner With Moriarty

In this sequel to the popular logic game Sherlock, the nefarious Professor Moriarty is giving a dinner party. As luck would have it, YOU have been invited. Professor Moriarty and his guests are seated about the table, and each person is eating a different food on a different colored plate and drinking a different drink. It's your task to determine WHERE Moriarty is seated (along with everyone else) and which person he's poisoning.

The demo is fully functional, but has a limited number of puzzles.

Download the MS Windows demo version
Download the Mac OS X (10.4 or greater) version
The current version is 2.0.


ADDITIONAL IMAGE SETS for release 2.0:

NOTE: these image sets will NOT work with version 1.0 or 1.1!!!

DWMNEW - this contains updated default image sets DWMxxxx (where xxxx is 0640, 0800, 1024, 1152, or 1600). All but the 1280 set included in the initial release of the game had wrong images for the last two people and the eigth row (tools instead of pets). Download this EXE and run it to install the corrected image sets. (About 600 Kbytes, updated Nov 29, 2004)
bdrFish1024 - this set is from Barbara De Roes (Nov 30, 2004)
grantMoriarty - this variation on the default set is from Grant Fikes (Nov 30, 2004)
krisMoriarty - this set is from Kris Pixton (Nov 30, 2004)
MDWRPG - this set is from M. David Wilson (Nov 30, 2004)
StarWars_for_Dinner - Star Wars themed set from David Donarumo (Nov 30, 2004)
WoW-dwm - World of Warcraft themed set from David Donarumo (May 19, 2005)


ADDITIONAL IMAGE SETS for release 1.0 and 1.1:

NOTE: these image sets will NOT work with version 2.0!!!


TRISH800 - An image set for Dinner With Moriarty (designed for 800x600 resolution), created by Trish & Jay Pearlman. Thanks, Trish & Jay!
Breakfast At McMoriarty's
Breakfast At McMoriarty's image set - An image set (MCMORIS.BMP) for Dinner With Moriarty, based upon too many trips to fast food "restaurants." Download it and place the BMP file in your MORIARTY directory. Then, run Moriarty and select MCMORIS as your image set (under the Options-Images menu). The image set was created by John M. Feeney. Thanks, John!
Alphabet image set
Alphabet image set - An image set (ALPHABET.BMP) for Dinner With Moriarty created by John M Feeney. Download it and place the BMP file in your MORIARTY directory. Then, run Moriarty and select ALPHABET as your image set (under the Options-Images menu). Thanks again, John!
Pastel alphabet image set
BDR640 Alphabet image set - A more "pastel" alphabet image set, created by Barbara De Roes. Download it and place the BMP file in your MORIART directory. Then run Moriarty and select BDR640 as your image set. Thanks, Barbara!
16 color image set
MOR64016 image set - A modification of the default 640 resolution Moriarty image set, designed to work better on displays running only 16 colors. Besides color changes, some of the images are changed as well. Sent in by Karen Buseman. Thanks, Karen!
Computer image set
COMPUTER image set - An image set for Dinner With Moriarty created by Jariel Roth. Designed for 1024x768 screen resolution. Thanks, Jariel!

CHESS image set - An image set created by Jariel Roth. Designed for 1024x768 screen resolution. Thanks, Jariel!
NOTE: The "clue type" (meaning) images have been changed also, so read the included CHESS.TXT file and/or make sure that you have "Clue Explanations" turned on!

 

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The demo and licensed versions are identical, except that the demo version has limited numbers of puzzles, and the licensed version may have additional support files (like extra image sets). So, if the demo version works for you, the licensed version will, too. If the demo version doesn't work for you, neither will the licensed version.

Generally, you don't need to un-install a demo version before installing the licensed version. The licensed version will install right over the top of the demo version and use all of the settings you've already created with the demo version.

NOTE: You can not upgrade your licensed version by installing a newer demo version over the top of the licensed version. You would just end up with a demo version.