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Lone Case: Locomotive Breath

by Sho-Ryu-Ken corp

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File size: 4.2 MB
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10 Jul 2007
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Lone Case: Locomotive Breath STORY: Dave Dell, once a glamorous detective, is now a dull and bland vision of himself, drinking himself out of his misery in The Swigging Bushman every night. With no friends, he travels to work every day with a scowl on his face and dark bags under his eyes. Years ago, he put a man named O'Riley in jail. But this man has escaped. And this time he has a nuclear device on a train. Will he be stopped? Or will the train reach it's location? Game Features: 1)Runaway 2 like Control Method. 2)Notebook (Discworld Noir). Official Walkthrough ------------------------- http://new.bigbluecup.com/yabb/index.php?topic=32113.0 Author's Notes: If you can cope with the bad scripted interface you might actually enjoy it.
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3 people commented on this game (newest first):

The game had a good beginning and a good atmosphere (the rain script is just great), but you spend more time getting out of a hospital than trying to actually stop the bad guy. It also seemed rather illogical in places and in the end I was disappointed because some screenshots looked really neat whereas the game itself could have looked and felt way better...

I liked the main protagonist though so I will nevertheless try Lone Case 2.

Good luck for your next games!
2007-12-13 12:30:39 by FlyingMandarine
If you redownloaded all your problems will be fixed.
2007-07-11 22:09:36 by Dualnames
I ran into a bug, game ended when I tried to take the keys from the Hospital Door. Error" in room 16 script line 89, error Object Off:invalid object specified.. My Computer? Pentium 266? Nice Game
2007-07-11 00:54:44 by Gimble
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