90s-themed detective game Murder by Numbers announced for Swap, PC

Writer The Irregular Company and developer Mediatonic have announced Murder by Numbers, a 90s-themed Hollywood detective game coming to Swap and PC through Steam in early 2020.

Right here is an summary of the game, through The Irregular Company:

From the mischievous minds behind Hatoful Boyfriend, Swords of Ditto, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Lawyer.

Multi-talented, multi-limbed multifarious developer Mediatonic and irresistibly irreverent writer The Irregular Company in the present day announce that Murder By Numbers—fairly presumably the one 90s-themed Hollywood detective game you’ll ever want—is coming to Nintendo Swap and PC (through Steam) in 2020.

Devised by game director Ed Worry (The Swords of Ditto, Heavenstrike Rivals), Murder By Numbers is a retro-inspired visible novel, injected with a colourful solid designed by the incomparable creativeness of Hato Moa (Hatoful Boyfriend) and music by the legendary Masakazu Sugimori (Phoenix Wright: Ace Lawyer, Viewtiful Joe, Ghost Trick).

Los Angeles, 1996. Honor Mizrahi was simply an actress on a success TV detective present. However when her boss finally ends up useless simply minutes after he fires her, she finds herself starring in her personal homicide thriller. Teaming up with SCOUT, a reconnaissance robotic thrown away after a mysterious incident, she units out to clear her title—and a brand new detective duo is born!

Examine a variety of instances and unearth clues with SCOUT’s sensors, cracking hidden nonograms and piecing collectively proof one pixel at a time. Use that proof to interrogate extraordinary characters throughout TV studios, glitzy award reveals, drag golf equipment, and extra as you search to uncover an overarching story of conspiracy, deception and—after all—MURDER!

Watch the announcement trailer under.

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