Righteous Kill is their latest Android game from the folks at G5 Entertainment, and it seems to be “loosely” based on the 2008 film of the same name. The movie starred Pacino & DeNiro, and wasn’t very well received. The game doesn’t have the same star power, but it is much better than the movie. Righteous Kill is a hidden object game that puts you in the shoes of a detective that’s out to bring a vigilante killer to justice. You’re on the hunt for Terry Collins, and you’ll have to search for clues and solve mini-games if you want to apprehend the fiend. The game is broken down into different locations, each with its own set of objects to find. If you’ve played any of G5 Entertainment’s other games, you’ll have no problem getting down to business in Righteous Kill. By the numbers, Righteous Kill offers up 15 animated levels, 70 locations, and 15 mini-games. Needless to say, it’s a game that will keep you busy for quite some time. Art Mogul was the last G5 game I tried, and it turned out to be an awesome hidden object game. I haven’t spent much time with Righteous Kill, but it appears to be a solid hidden object game for the most part. I did experience a few glitches, and the hidden object scenes were a bit easy, but enjoyable. It’s definitely not their best work, but it’s still a game you may want to check out if you dig hidden object games. You can check out some of the game for free, and unlock the rest of the game through an in-app purchase if you like what you see.