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[Lets Play] Discworld Noir: A film noir, fantasy, point and click adventure
Shamelessly stolen from the Discworld Noir wikipedia page:
Discworld Noir is a computer game based on Terry Pratchett's Discworld comic fantasy novels, and unlike the previous Discworld games is both an example and parody of the noir genre. The game was developed by Perfect Entertainment and published by GT Interactive. It was originally released in 1999 for Microsoft Windows. In 2000 it was ported to the PlayStation by Teeny Weeny Games, the resurrected form of the already insolvent Perfect. Pratchett was consulted on the story and wrote some of the dialogue; he was credited in-game for causing "far too much interference." As it is a film noir parody, the game's protagonist Lewton frequently engages in hard-boiled soliloquy, or monologue.
Basically its a film noir point and click adventure game, set in the fantasy universe of Terry Pratchett's Discworld.
I'm aware that my microphone work needs doing, but due to the fact that the dev company pretty much disbanded upon this game coming out, it never really got patched for XP and beyond and you can't crank up the resolution, so as far as graphics are concerned we may be in a bit of trouble.
I stand by my statement that this is a gem of a game, and I'd like to hear how you'd like me to proceed with this game and if there's anything LP-wise you'd like me to improve