The Detective

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Feb 24, 2010

The Detective by Tempbot at 11:50 AM (1,733 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Tempbot
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    [​IMG] The Detective
    Homebrew detective game for the NDS.
    Homebrew game from the retro games group Headsoft, the makers of Warhawk DS. This is a remake of an old C64 adventure game from 1984. Gameplay-wise it's a bit similiar to Miles Edgeworth.


    From the offical website:
    London, 1974. You are a famous Scotland Yard Detective who must solve the murder of the rich aristocrat Angus McFungus, who’s body has been discovered at his home at 427 Park Lane. Arriving at the residence you soon discover that this will not be a simple ‘open and shut’ case, and will take all your finely honed detective skills to solve. Can you put your finger on the killer?

    This is a remake of the 1986 C64 game by Sam Monthorpe for the Nintendo DS. Charcters were created by Paul Jay and the plot was cunningly devised by the Magnificent Seven.

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    The system for talking to people in this game is really clumsy. I didn't really care too much for it.
     
  3. Kerian

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    Yeah they are constantly moving around. They should have let them slow down or stop completly while your are near. It's ahazzle trying to catch up with them. Game could have been better with a better chat mode but it's still a nice homebrew game for the nds.
     
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    The screen is asking you where you want to save your recorded video. Check mark the drive that you want it to save on and then click the 1st button. Next, click ok and that should be it.
     

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