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Louisiana Adventure to be available for purchase this September

A crime investigation set in New Orleans?  Could work... The latest such endeavour doesn't star a certain Mr. Knight, but SilverPlay's Louisiana Adventure will offer plenty of grisly detective work when it's released worldwide this fall.

Set in 1902, a series of particularly brutal murders has been plaguing a New Orleans suburb. The viciousness and seeming lack of connection between cases attracts the attention of the Bureau of Special Investigation, who sends their best special agent to investigate.  

Players will guide the young woman through real-time 3D environments through various control methods, making choices that promise to affect the storyline in relevant ways, while tracking the "Detective Points" you achieve along the way. 

Louisiana Adventure will be published for PCs worldwide by Anuman Interactive this September.

Community Comments

Latest comments (5 total)

I must say that this does not make me happy. It seams to me you either buy an unfinished game and need to wait for the kickstarter project to get it together, or you buy a finished game and then you can get some extra errands to run later that don’t change the story of the game much. Neither of the options appeals to me.

Jul 29, 2012

There is a project on indiegogo running for an enhanced version of the game: http://www.indiegogo.com/Louisiana

Sounds interesting..

Jul 29, 2012

I very much agree with Tsa. Also I’m having a bit of trouble with the concept of a female special agent in 1902. Had she for instance been a secretary with a sense of adventure than that would’ve made a bot more sense but a special agent seems like a huge departure from history which I hope is not telling for the rest of the game.

Jul 17, 2012

I hope our beautiful protagonist has some interesting aspects of her personality that makes solving the case a bit more difficult. I’m a bit tired of the well-known very self confident (fe)male protagonists we see in so many games.

Jul 16, 2012

It makes me so happy to hear about this! Thank you adventuregamers.
I am waiting for this game

Jul 14, 2012
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