[Community Dev][Android] New York Noir, a story about detective

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  1. I/Onsoft

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    Community Dev by Ionsoft
    It another was a cold winter night in the City...

    Chapter 1

    Thought in my head were spinning like snowflakes of storm coming.
    Case was pending a bit longer than forever. The guy was as lucky as violent, bodies were found all around the town. Every clue we found led to dead end, he was fooling us...
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    Approaching my apartment, bad feeling was rising.

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    New York Noir is a field captured world of winter New York City. It was originally designed portable for VR or any other headset. Each spherical panorama, sound, and background noise comes from the actual city locations. Detective story plot blends together with elements of horror, hidden objects and intellectual quest. You are free to travel within paths and interact with multiple objects. Mobile phone is always available in the inventory for fast city travel, notes and etc.

    Our hero - senior NYPD detective, dealing with heavy case. For the first time, he doesn`t know what to do...
    A few more screenshots and free\add free\permission free link.
    Game URL: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ionsoft.slowsnow
    System Requirements: Android 4.1 and above
    Feedback Details: discussing the project future.
    Known Issues: game complicity set to hard by default.

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    Contact\Join the project https://ionsoft.itch.io/new-york-noir
     

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