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She Sees Red - Interactive Thriller Game App 89p @ Google Play

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Make decisions and change the story

Someone has killed several people at a popular nightclub. A lone detective,assigned to the case, is following every clue… wherever it may lead. In this provocative interactive thriller, NOTHING is as it seems!

She Sees Red is a criminal interactive game and a hard-boiled murder mystery.Challenge your decision-making skills,choose your own path,find the murderer.

- Gripping, mature game/film with anon-linear narrative
- Story elements can be experienced by making meaningful choices along the way
- Four possible crime solving endings based on your choices!
- Professional actors, editing, lighting, and sound design make She Sees Red a unique interactive movie!
- Stories with deep and intriguing twists

She Sees Red is a dramatic choice-based game and a gripping thriller with murder in a nightclub, smart detective solving the case, and allusions to organized crime. Enjoy interesting and mysterious narrative - make decisions as the killer to see what the investigation finds out. Investigators may turn out to be much more clever than you give them credit for, and our lady detective is no exception. Visit the crime scene again, make your choices to discover new crime details, and make sure you do whatever you can to find out what really happened!

NOTE!

The game contains two audio tracks: original Russian and dubbed English.

Lip-syncing in the dubbed version might not be perfect due to the nature of speech patterns in the original language. If you are not satisfied with the dubbed version, you can always switch to the original Russian version with subtitles (different languages available).

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    Enjoyed this and the acting is generally good even though the story can feel a bit loose.