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Select Games: Paris 1925 - Episode 1 The Shadow of the Freak (PC DVD)
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- Land the front page story and stop a killer in this hidden-object investigation
- Explore 20 different locations and discover 35 movies as you crisscross Paris
- Discover the most famous landmarks of Paris in the roaring twenties
- Find helpful objects and clues and play intruguing puzzles
- Take photos, conduct interviews and compose articles to find the truth
- Hours of enaging gameplay
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June 1925, Paris. A mysterious figure causes chaos in the most beautiful city in the world!
You are Edgar Lance, a young journalist working for the ‘Petit Matin’ on mundane local news stories. However, a murder during your first report takes you an adventure worthy of the world’s greatest newspapers. All fingers point to the figure know as the ‘phantom’. Who is this character and how can you bring him to justice. From the Arc de Triomphe to the Eiffel Tower, can you unravel the mystery and more importantly, will your article make headline news?
Top Customer Reviews
This game has not been thought off very well,get back to proper and exciting games,i know it's supposed to be a journalist but taking photos and weird puzzles it's a no no.
Had an element of 'cleverness' about it but not for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good and fun game - i like the story to the game - me and my 4yr old son play it togetherPublished on 16 Mar. 2014 by Dee