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Paul Scott has been murdered, and it's up to you, as the detective, to find out who killed him. Explore the crime scene, question the suspects, and ultimately... FIND THE KILLER!
This is our first full game so any comments will be appreciated. There are changes to be made so expect some updates in the near future!
This game was made by Fred Iles, Philip Hampson, Dan Ashby and Ben James
With thanks to Lisa Aistermann, Kurt Mathissen, Andrew Ashby, and Clive Beasant
Music by Nine Inch Nails
Rage-quit after examining the dead dude, the text display system kills any playability. This is apparently (from what I gather from previous reviews) an illustrated story kind of game. As such, text is fundamental, so you have to make it comfortable for the reader. That means no having to chase it all around the screen with your eyes and allowing to control its advance speed with mouse clicks.
Fading and scrolling text may be fine for subliminal messages, short words, artsy-pantsy video clip stuff, but not for telling a story.
I gave you 11/2 point because the graphics were good and the story line okay but overall this had no thinking involved. You just clicked until you reached the ending. For a while I thought my computer froze but no that's the ending. You watch a youtube video and that's it. I expected more. Very disappointed.
This game is different and i loved it. The video was a creepy!
I appreciate the sepia art but I felt that it could've been a bit more interactive, more like the old Choose Your Own Adventure books that I used to love, with more options and gameplay was a bit slow. Otherwise 3.5 stars and thank you for the contribution, I hope to see more. Also, the YouTube link was a nice touch.
Beautiful graphic photography. The game was interesting and the music was perfect. Being able to watch the youtube video was very cool as well. However, the game ends abruptly leaving lots of questions unanswered. Aren't we always supposed to catch the bad guy? I sincerely hope there will a second game that follows this one.
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