My video on A Space To Interrogate.
SPACE TO INTERROGATE
Space To Interrogate is a short detective game made during the Haunted PS1 Summer Of Screams.
Use your camera to meticulously document the crime scene.
Cross examine suspects using a contextual dialogue system based on the pictures you take.
Decide the fate of the murderer with 6 different endings.
Save the pictures you take! (Not supported on Web Build)
If you enjoyed this game, please consider it's "spiritual predecessor":
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When I click “Space to Incarcerate” nothing happens.. help?
Hi, I recently played this game in a YouTube video, and I really enjoyed it!
I played through the previous entry, Space To Investigate, which I also loved. But I can see you've really expanded on the idea and taken it to the next level!
It took me a little while to actually find out who the killer was, but it was a lot of fun snapping crime scene shots and questioning perps along the way!
I would love to see this idea expanded upon, maybe make a version that you can keep updating, adding cases as time goes on? Love it.
Keep up the great work!
Here's my gameplay for those interested:
We're glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for making a video! It's always exciting for us to see someone play the game.
Since we released the game, we've been toying around with the idea of doing additional mysteries, as well as further expanding the game and have some cool ideas. Not sure when (or if) we'll release the next installment, but thank you for your continued support!
wrong video link?
Is the game finished, content-wise, I mean no new endings, plot points, characters etc?
We're definitely interested and discussing the possibility of another game/another mystery!
I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS
The pay page doesn't seem to be working properly here for some reason, so I owe you some.
Thank you for your kind words!
I don't think we ever expected to make something that someone was looking forward to, so this is a real honor.