Discworld Noir

The name’s Lewton. I’m a private investigator. I don’t know where the idea came from, I was just thinking one night that it would be really cool to have an office with my name on the door and a sturdy desk for sexy broads to lean across. Trouble is, wherever there are sexy broads there’s trouble, and the dame I’m working for wrote the book on trouble, and the sequel too. Her name’s Carlotta, and between her, the psychotic dwarf who’s following me and this walking mountain with the brain of a pomegranate who calls himself Malachite, I’m beginning to wonder if the Discworld’s first private investigator might be about to become the Discworld’s last private investigator too.

Also released for the Sony PlayStation.

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Posted by UruBoo on Sep 19, 2016

Brilliant

I just finished replaying this magnificent game and it's still great after so many years. The voice acting and the dialogs are the best of any adventure game ever made. It sure deserves a 5 out of 5 stars. Brilliant game, one of the best ever made.... Read the review »

Posted by TimovieMan on Sep 27, 2013
Discworld: Noir is simply said a beauty! The Discworld setting and Terry Pratchett's involvement (he's credited under "far too much interference") makes for an extremely funny and often hilariously absurd game with lots of sarcasm and cynicism to... Read the review »

Game Information

Platform PC, Retro
Perspective Third-Person
Control Gamepad, Point-and-click
Gameplay Investigative
Genre Mystery
Theme Licensed properties, Noir
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation 2D or 2.5D
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD, Proprietary format

Product Details


System Requirements
Windows 9X
Pentium 166 MHz processor
32 MB RAM
4x CD-ROM drive
450 MB hard drive space