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James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes

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Hollywood, 1961... As an expert of puzzles and riddles, you have been selected to participate in a famous TV game show. But the set of the show is in danger: as you play, you discover a series of murders hitting former candidates. The FBI needs your talent to solve the puzzles left by the killer and track him down... but be sure to find him before he finds you!

Originally known by the name Hollywood 61, then Hollywood Crimes.

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Posted by TimovieMan on Aug 1, 2014

Only half of the story is interesting, and even that is too puzzle-centric.

Hollywood in the '60s. You get selected to participate in a popular TV show called "The Puzzle Masters". Unfortunately, during your run on the show, a serial killer starts targeting past winners. The FBI agent that's assigned to the case is an old friend of...

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Game Information

Platform 3DS, iPad
Perspective First-Person
Control Touch
Gameplay Puzzle
Genre Mystery
Theme -
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation Slideshow
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download, Proprietary format

James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes by Ubisoft - Adventure Game

James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes is an adventure game, released in 2011 by Ubisoft. James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Touch control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes and rate it as Uneven, meanwhile the community rating for James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes is Uneven.