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Devoured Intellect

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rated 3.61 / 5 stars
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Adventure - RPG
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fantasy
mystery
interrogate
ludumdare38

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Apr 23, 2017 | 3:22 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Take on the role of the Royal Inquisitor and dissect the responses of each party member as you interview them one-by-one to determine who is really human, and who is the monstrous imposter...

Made for Ludum Dare #38 "A Small World" in under two days.

As this is a mystery game, try not to spoil things in your comments (there is no medal for being a little shit).

Reviews


reookreook

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I went with "A sex drive"


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BoobMarley responds:

Haha, not a bad hunch.


FalconthefoxFalconthefox

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It was good for being a game like this but for now it was the best game of detective i played.
Good work dude.


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BoobMarley responds:

Thanks :)


pluisje1234pluisje1234

Rated 5 / 5 stars

one word it was you i always knew it was you XD 10/10 !


BoobMarley responds:

Haha, glad you enjoyed it so much! Thanks for playing.


caramida9caramida9

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A short and interesting game that brings back my memory of playing L.A. Noire and other detective based game. A simple point-n-click decision based game that makes you take into account several different factors from the responses of 3 particularly unusual questions to find out who the "imposter" is. Apart from the game being relatively small and the fact that the sequence "a small world" is repeated a few times by the characters, I don't 100% see how this game fits the theme of the Ludum Dare. Additionally this game can be further improved and I would like to see a more complete version of it. You can have more suspects, more questions, you can add more details in their answers and facial features, and obviously more cases to solve. Surely time was limited and only a very basic version was made, but it is indeed an interesting idea. Other than that, and the fact that I was really bad at figuring out who the imposter was, as you can see from my let's play video : https://youtu.be/_OkbbV2kKUI (it's featured as the third and last game) , I still think it's a solid game. So congrats and keep it up with even better ones.


BoobMarley responds:

Woah! Thanks for the awesome review! The copy in both the Success screen and the Credits area expound upon the "A Small World" bit - give 'em good read if you haven't yet! Thanks for playing, can't wait for you to see the next one!


garesigaresi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice game. A little bit too easy but you do say it takes approximately 10 minutes only. I enjoyed The Chalice of Marfa more, but it was nice and genuinely funny (which is hard to find in a game). Keep them coming! Got the two medals. It is the best game I played in Newgrounds for a while.


BoobMarley responds:

Thank you so much for the review. After I finished Chalice of Marfa I was really burnt out and didn't think I would want or could create any kind of follow-up. If nothing else, Ludum Dare has made me more cognizant of what I can actually accomplish. I really appreciate your kind words, and I hope to reward your faith in me with a new game eventually.