Antioch: Scarlet Bay: The detectives are on their own to solve a murder in the city of Antioch. They can’t just walk away from this case because everyone has something they want you, or lack thereof – depending how your choices affect them throughout play through! Every decision leads up some interesting new possibilities that will keep players coming back again and again as different outcomes await each time around.
About This Game:
In Antioch: Scarlet Bay, you are a pair of detectives working together to solve an murder. Every decision changes how things play out in this city where everyone has their own agendas and attitudes towards detective work.
The first thing you’ll notice about this city is its architecture; it’s made up of brightly lit buildings with an eye-catching color scheme that pops against the darkness night or day! You’ll want to spend some time exploring alluring Antioch before solving any crimes – there are plenty more discoveries waiting for us here.
Two people, one case. You’ll never know whose side you’re really on until it’s too late!
You may decide to work together or against each other in this game of intrigue and mystery – there are no rules as long as both parties agree not tie themselves down with commitments (and who could?).
The only commitment required here? To find out what happened behind those mysterious doors at school today.
Take a walk through the city and you’ll find that every person has something to tell. Some want attention, others prefer anonymity but all are living their stories on this street corner or in that building – so much goes unsaid by simply looking at people as if they were objects instead of lives with ambitions just like yours!
The storyteller within yourself can be found everywhere-even when it seems too difficult sometimes there’s no other choice than turn back towards what matters most Yourself.
The French author, whose work ranges from books to video games and comics is one of the most creative people in all industries. The way he creates stories for every form challenges what we understand about interactive fiction as well as how two characters interact with each other through their relationship building skills or lack thereof.
- OS: Windows 7+
- Processor: AMD Athlon II X2 245 or higher/greater
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512MB
- Storage: 1 GB available space