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Bohemian Killing Gets a Publisher

Bohemian Killing Gets a Publisher

Bohemian Killing Gets a Publisher

Developer The Moonwalls has teamed up with IQ Publishing to bring us this courtroom drama in Q1 2016


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Bohemian Killing Indiegogo Trailer, Screens, Info – November 24, 2014

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Bohemian Killing, set in 19th Century steampunk Paris, is a narrative-driven courtroom drama in which you play Alfred Ethon, an accused murderer. All evidence points to you as the guilty party.

Did you really do it? How far you go to vindicate yourself will be up to you. Will you lie, look for evidence, or perhaps feign insanity?

Bohemian Killing has a mixture of elements from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Gone Home. It will take place in two different timeframes: the present and the past. There will be two modes of play and 13 different endings. No two playthroughs will be the same.

From The Moonwalls and IQ Publishing, the game will be released in Q1 2016 on PC/Windows, Mac and Linux.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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