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Silent Streets

The path to the truth is in a dead man's footsteps...

London, 1867. The telegram arrived last week. You almost threw it into the fire. Whatever right Thomas Horgan had to contact you, he gave it up long before he left London. One more bridge torched in his wake. One more former friend cursing his name. But you read it anyway. Three words the Great Detective would never have said. “Help me. Please.”

Explore dark mysteries in Silent Streets, a Victorian detective adventure. Inspect crime scenes in your real surroundings with augmented reality technology. Forge friendships with unforgettable characters, interrogate suspects, and bring justice to the darkest corner of the Empire.

And if you can survive long enough, you might even discover the truth.

Cases

I. The Boy With The Flower Skin

A disgraced detective lies dead in a cold city of mystery and corruption. Now, only the former associate arrested from his murder can discover the truth, if they can buy themselves some time to investigate.

II. The Mockingbird’s Last Dive

The Detective is drawn into the bloody, anarchic world of Snowport’s dockland boxing scene. All’s fair in the ring, but when it spills out into the rest of the city, nobody involved can afford to just sit by.

III. The Short Cold Life Of Jenny Thricewise

Snowport’s underworld prepares for war when one of crime-lord Mr. Demalion’s most trusted messenger urchins is found murdered. Only the Detective can calm the situation and see street-justice done.

IV. The Devil’s Zoetrope

The Carnival comes to town, and the scientists of the Royal Society must reluctantly greet their colleagues in the world of spirituality. When mysterious murders start plaguing the city, can either help?

More cases coming…

Nice Things Said About Silent Streets

“Silent Streets captured the dark, Holmesian vibe that makes those stories so engaging. If the following chapters are as engaging as the first, I’m sure the game will do well, and I’ll continue to get more of that much-needed fresh air and exercise.”
Engadget

“I’m a sucker for a good story and good characters, and would definitely say that Funbakers have done excellent work with building a world and telling a story which is dark, but engaging.”
Ready Up

“Beautifully written, full of twists and turns, and likely to have you gripped right to the very end.”
PocketGamer

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