||Paris, 1920’s. A horrible murder has taken place in a ritzy hotel. There’s nothing worse than retiring from the dirty detective business only to be pulled back in by a silently screaming pair of corpses. Name’s MacPherson, Gus to my friends. I didn’t want to take on this job but the dame was loaded, and I’m not talking cash. Women, the one weakness of a lonely gumshoe, they bat their eyelashes and he’s like putty in their hands. Turns out the stiffs were her sister and brother-in-law. As is usual for the fuzz, they acted like rampaging bulls in a china shop, made a mess of the whole case and that leaves me as life’s own janitor. Sigh, guess I better get cracking before the stiffs get too cold.
Welcome to Post Mortem, a moody, blood-drenched first-person detective thriller set in 1920’s Paris, France. Step into the shoes of Gus MacPherson, a former detective who wanted to retire to a quiet life of painting, as he takes on a grisly double murder mystery. You’ll meet plenty of unique characters on your way to solving the mystery, but beware, not all of them can be trusted and some can lead you down a dangerous path if you’re not careful. Can you crack the case before it kills you?
- A subjective sight (freedom of vision with 360) will plunge you in a dark and heavy atmosphere and will allow you to experience the splendid Parisian decorations of the beginning of the twentieth century.
- A rich and nonlinear scenario: a dark investigation full of intrigue which will lead you towards one of the various outcomes of this authentic thriller.
- A built-in dialogue engine allows for multiple endings and replayability.
- Many enthralling hours of play: a multitude of clues to be unearthed, a score of interesting characters to be questioned and multiple puzzles to be solved in accurately reproduced Paris locations.