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Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle is a four player co-operative episodic downloadable video game exclusively for PlayStation3 consisting of six intriguing episodes.

Set in the sleepy village of Little Riddle, the main aim of the game is to follow clues to find the murderer. Along the way you'll also encounter a variety of different and challenging puzzles which help you move through the peaceful world of Little Riddle.

You play as one of the four members of the Blue Toad Detective Agency. The game can be played solo, or with up to three friends.

As one of the detectives you move around the village by selecting locations on the map. Choose your venue wisely - will you meet the Doctor and hear his flimsy alibi? Or unearth the Station Masters motivation? Each stop provides an opportunity to meet a different villager and question them on the minor misdemeanours taking place in Little Riddle.
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