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Twin Lakes is a cursed city. Less cursed than say, “Demons are
tearing it apart” but more cursed than “always loses its keys” or
“often steps in puddles”. It’s roughly in the middle of the cursed
scale, is what we’re trying to say.
Cursed enough that it’s a nuisance. Cursed enough that somebody
has to deal with it…
That’s where The Darkside Detective comes in. Whenever you hear
a bump in the night, feel a tingle up your spine, or smell
something fishy, Detective Francis McQueen isn’t far behind.
No, he doesn’t smell of fish – it’s a phrase, come on…
Picking up after the events of The Darkside Detective, McQueen
has to save his usually-present (in body, if not mind) sidekick
Officer Dooley from the Darkside, so the two can get back to what
they do best – investigating the city’s many strange, often
paranormal, always paradoxical goings-on.
Join them in this frighteningly funny point-and-click adventure
as they investigate six more standalone cases bringing them to a
carnival, the local retirement home, an amateur wrestling circuit
and even as far away as Ireland as they do what they can to keep
the Darkside at bay.
– 6 unique cases, the likes of which you’ve never seen before
(not a guarantee)
– Uses both pointing and clicking technology
– Music from Thomas O’Boyle, a totally-living composer,
definitely not undead
– Photo-Realistic* Pixel Rendering (*Depends on your definition
– 1 mail-in rebate per customer on exorcism services for
hauntings resulting from play
– A brief recap of the events of “The Darkside Detective” for
anyone who hasn’t played it and doesn’t want to