A mystery that made me dream of how wonderful our world would be if all criminals were like the murderer in this
game: their utter inability to hide or destroy crucial evidence would make the work of the police so trivial we'd
soon have them all locked in. Only one thing overshadows this idyll somewhat: the vision of Agatha Christie begging
on the church-porch. Speaking seriously, while Murder at the Aero Club certainly would fail entirely as a detective
story, it doesn't necessarily as a text adventure. Some of its aspects are quite amusing, and the puzzles are
logical, although not outstanding. Considering its shortness, this work could be put into the "mildly recommended"
category, although you certainly don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to beat it.
Reviewed by Valentine Kopteltsev (06 Dec 2004)