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Broken Windows - Chapter 2

by GOC Games

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File size: 7.2 MB
Downloaded: 665 times
Graphics: 320x200, 16-bit color
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Release Date:
30 Jul 2020
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Medium Length Game
Short Game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium Length Game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full Length Game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
Non-Adventure Game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
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Content Advisory:
Bad LanguageMild
SexSuggestive dialog


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About this game

You are inexperienced Police Constable Jack Burton, seconded to CID and
thrust into the middle of an escalating murder mystery in a dead-end town. Can
you stop the killer before he strikes again?

This is the second episode of a humorous three-part point and click
adventure game inspired by the Police Quest series (albeit with no dead ends or

Broken Windows Chapter 1 was chosen as a Pick of the Month on the AGS
website for March 2020. Now play the eagerly-awaited (I imagine) second

Hope you enjoy it.

Controls - S (save) r (restore) x (restart) +/- (increase/decrease walk speed) t (toggle points sound on/off) q (quit)
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AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Freeware Game Created with AGS 2020

AGS Panel Review

"Really good investigative game that conjures up vibes from Police Quest, without the dead ends. The game is made out of self-contained situations that works as chapters and must be solved in order to progress. Arguably the best outing in this series."

7 people commented on this game (newest first):

Really recommend to play the chapter, and previous ones also! You'll have fun for a while. Play it, you won't regret it.
2023-05-21 17:32:26 by Nahuel
Great classic adventure game. It started a bit slow but it gained intensite and gripped me as the investigation went on. Beautiful background and vehicle graphics. Satisfactory investigation puzzles, reminded me to Pleughburgh in some degree (that is a compliment).
2023-05-04 20:01:07 by Tomags
Best of the 3 released so far. Witty, and great to see a sequel that starts where the previous left off. Love the British touches and references.
2022-12-03 17:37:52 by ponitclickaddict
It can be difficult to balance humour and a serious murder investigation story, but these games pull it off. Very good game.
2021-03-28 10:04:12 by heltenjon
Nicer and better and little bigger Police Quest game. Well done!
2020-09-15 21:59:37 by Meystari F
Broken Windows Chapter 2 follows in a very similar vein to that of Chapter 1, retaining great humour and continuing forward with a very intriguing plotline and some delightfully undelightful characters.

Well worth a play, especially if you were into the Police Quest series in days gone by.
2020-08-26 16:40:58 by Andy
A very well written and executed production. The gameplay is always enthralling and the puzzles are just right, not too difficult, but not easy by any stretch. The game controls when Jack cannot leave a scene because of lack of evidence, hence no dead-ends.

The storyline is great, though I suspect all is not what it seems. Is Gaz really the killer? How badly does the DCI want to become the mayor? What's in store for Jack? Basically I loved it, and bring on episode 3, please! Now to replay it and find the elusive point - I scored 100/101, frustrating!!
2020-08-02 04:55:29 by Wiggy
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