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Ready for more weird and wonderful cases to solve? The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark (season 2) confirmed for release on April 15. Originally called The Darkside Detective: Season 2, they renamed it to get away from any sequel issues even though all cases are standalone and the first game is not needed.

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Features:

  • 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 of photo-realism)
  • 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

You can try the demo of The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark on Steam and wishlist on GOG.

If you want to buy the first part it's available on: Humble StoreGOGitch.io and Steam.

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tuubi 18 Mar, 2021
Enjoyed the first part. This looks like more of the same, but I'm fine with that.
foobrew 20 Mar, 2021
Can't wait!
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