Thursday, 18 July 2013

Detective adventure "Face Noir" now available for PC

Noir fans are in for a treat today, as the indie detective adventure Face Noir has just released from A free demo is available from the same site.

Developed by Italian studio Mad Orange and localized into English by Phoenix Online Studios, Face Noir is a point-and-click game with a classic noir storyline, traditional adventure gameplay, atmospheric graphics, and a moody jazz soundtrack. Along with full English localization, today's release includes Italian and Russian subtitles.
With a storyline that would be right at home in a Raymond Chandler novel or Humphrey Bogart film, Face Noir puts players in the well-worn shoes of a private detective falsely accused of murder. To clear his name, Jack Del Nero must go underground in Depression-era New York City, digging into a little girl's mysterious past to figure out why their fates have converged. But as Jack's about to learn the hard way: even in these tough times, destiny won't take a bribe.
A PC download, Face Noir sells for $19.99 from Phoenix Online's store:
Through Sunday July 21, a $24.99 Noir Bundle of indie games is also available, containing Face Noir, puzzler Vampires, and adventure games Reperfection, Shadows of the Vatican, and The Cat Lady:

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