Microids and developer Blazing Griffin hava announced they will be releasing their detective game Murder Mystery Machine on PC (via Steam) and consoles on 25th August. It’s also been revealed that the game will make an appearance in the Indie Arena Booth Online at this years Gamescom event.
Murder Mystery Machine will have players join the District Crime Agency and help a pair of detectives with a series of complex and interconnected crimes. Players will need to investigate multiple crime scenes alongside jaded veteran detective Nate Houston and young rookie Cassandra Clarke through a challenging story around crime and politics.
Players will have to use their analytical and deduction skills to gather clues, interrogate suspects and examine crime scenes as they unravel the threads of this huge interconnected crime that started with the murder of a politician.
At this year’s Gamescom Murder Mystery Machine will be part of the Indie Arena Booth Online and participants will have the chance to pay a virtual visit through the indie booth and play the demos of some indie gems.
Justin Alae-Carew, Co-Head of Blazing Griffin Games, said “It’s wonderful to be part of the Indie Arena Booth Online along with many talented indie creators! We’re very excited to have Murder Mystery Machine showcased at this event which coincides with the launch of the game on PC and consoles. It is also a great opportunity for those attending the event to experience the game in a uniquely engaging and interactive way!”
Murder Mystery Machine will arrive on PC and consoles this August.