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James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes Screenshots



Key Features:
- PLAY THE MAIN CHARACTER AND LIVE A REAL IMMERSION THROUGH THE 3DS CAMERA
The criminal master mind provokes you by using your own private details.
The crime-scene clues and the storyline have a strangely familiar feeling.
- 1960’S REALISTIC ART USING THE POWER OF THE 3DS
Appealing and trendy art direction that puts you back in the best of the 60’s – luxurious settings and a dashing crime-busting partner
The game alternates between the 60’s TV game show setting and the mystery investigation.
- A VARIETY OF 150 PUZZLES, CLASSIC AND 3D PUZZLES USING THE UPPER SCREEN
Puzzles cover a range of classic types: Images, Wordplay, Numbers, Drawing, Shapes and Colors, Tiling Puzzles, Grids, Problem solving, Labyrinth, Physics.
Also play a range of 40 fun mini-games
Use the accelerometer through actions and puzzles
- CONSTANT PERFORMANCE TRACKING
All puzzles are adapted to your ongoing performance through difficulty level: as long as you progress, the difficulty will be adjusted so you can be challenged & entertained accordingly.
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