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February 24, 2015

the darkside detective case01 jenny go bye bye

The first case of an upcoming humorous pixel-art adventure about a detective investigating the occult and extraordinary by Paul Conway & Christopher Colston: The darkside detective case01 Jenny go bye bye.

15 comments:

XXc said...

Premier! Short game

-k said...

Cute, funny and quick. I'd definitely play more of that if it gets Greenlighted on Steam. :)

Carly said...

Hm, I don't know about this one. Very easy to figure out. And I didn't like the graphics. Either do them well or pixels all the way. Not a favorite...

Vita said...

Not working on Chrome, or I can't figure out how to start it?

Anonymous said...

I really like this type of pixel detective mystery.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous C says,
I enjoyed this.
The humor was fun, and because it is so brief and not too hard, it was perfect for playing for a quick break.

I look forward to more like this!

Anonymous said...

Vita, it doesn't work for me either.

Andy said...

This appears to be a Unity game; I see what looks like the Unity "flash" for an instant when I right-click the game area, but nothing else.

Anonymous said...

unity means no-go

Anonymous said...

I would greatly appreciate a warning in the description when the game is Unity-based so that I can know not to bother even attempting to make it work.

Carly said...

Why don't you just download the darned thing? It's really not a problem. My old computer, which was 10 years old, could handle it no problem. And I remember how much fun Bart's Unity game was, the one with the rooms and the numbers. Just get it and be done with it.

Anonymous said...

Carly, the reason I don't just download Unity is that I use Linux which Unity doesn't support. Like many other people here, I wish it was stated if a game was Unity-based.

Carly said...

Ah, maybe some lobbying is in order. You're missing out on dumb ones like this one, and fun ones like Bart's game ;)
But I see your point. It would be good to state the nature of a game beforehand. - Bart?

Bart said...

OK, I'll mention Unity in the description for new Unity games

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Bart! (Linux user here too.)

 

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