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Red Johnson’s Chronicles

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Red Johnson, a private eye in Metropolis City, must investigate a crime that could have been committed by almost anyone. In his quest to solve the murder of a man who turns out to be one of the most hated people in town, Red finds no shortage of suspects, but he must gather clues, solve puzzles and interrogate witnesses to find the murderer and obtain a confession.

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Game Information

Platform Android, iPad, PC, PlayStation 3
Perspective First-Person
Control Gamepad
Gameplay Investigative
Genre Mystery
Theme Noir
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation Slideshow
Action (Compulsory) Arcade
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Media Internet download

Red Johnson’s Chronicles by Lexis Numérique - Adventure Game

Red Johnson’s Chronicles is an adventure game, released in 2011 by Lexis Numérique. Red Johnson’s Chronicles has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Gamepad control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Red Johnson’s Chronicles and rate it as Decent, meanwhile the community rating for Red Johnson’s Chronicles is Decent.