Taking inspiration from the point & click classics of old, Trouble Hunter Chronicles places you in the shoes of a grizzled ex-OSS operative finding his way in post-war France. When a mysterious woman visits you, do you have what it takes to find your missing friend, uncover an insidious plot and survive assassins and crazy Frenchmen?
Trouble Hunter Chronicles gives an intuitive first person interface making sure you don't lose time playing a 'walking simulator'.
You still have to explore the many locations but you can do it quickly and easily. For easier navigation the game features a city map.
No character on screen means more immersion and faster exploration.
You're dropped into a plot you don't know anything about but your OSS experience will come in handy with many puzzles.
Don't think the game will play itself though - you're the one who has to solve all the puzzles and problems ahead of you!
Logical puzzles offer quite a challenge but won't get players mad.
Plenty of research has been done and the city of Verrix will take you on a tour of mid twentieth centruy French architecture.
Different districts display specific styles of buildings adding to the game's immersion.
The art style is extremely beautiful! Hand drawn adventure games is how this genre got started!