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ABOUT THE GAME

The City is alive! Goin´ Downtown takes you to a futuristic metropolis to take up the challenge of an exciting point & click adventure. You are the charismatic hero Jake who earns his living as a mediocre and frustrated cop in the year 2072. One morning, when walking through his neighbourhood, he stumbles across an unconscious woman. An exceedingly attractive woman who unfortunately has lost her memory as Jake notices when he clumsily wakes her up. This is the beginning of an adventure with Cathy in which Jake discovers that he can be a real hero and that true love can save lives. A story with many twists and turns, a main character to strongly identify with, sophisticated yet consistently logical puzzles, a simple user interface and highly detailed graphics make Goin´ Downtown the definite adventure highlight of the year.

FEATURES

• Thrilling story with black humour and fascinating characters
• Real-time lighting effects for locations and characters
• Logical puzzle design
• More than 40 locations and more than 30 characters
• Atmospheric soundtrack and congenial voice acting
• Easy point & click control

USPs
• Gripping top-notch sci-fi psycho-thriller
• Movie-like story
• Revolutionary puzzle system for newbies and pros
• Developed by the makers of “Simon the Sorcerer - Chaos Happens” and “Everlight”

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Minimal: Windows® XP/Vista, Pentium 4 CPU
with 2,0 GHz, 512 MB RAM, 2 GB available
hard-disk space, 64 MB DirectX®9.0c compatible
graphics card, DirectX® compatible
sound card
Recommended: Windows® XP/Vista, Pentium
4 CPU with 2,5 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 4 GB
available hard-disk space, 128 MB
DirectX®9.0c compatible graphics card,
DirectX® compatible sound card
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