Eastern Market Murder: the first augmented reality game based on real murders

Eastern Market Murder: the first augmented reality game based on real murders

Eastern Market Murder is a detective and mystery crime game from True Crime Games. The story of Eastern Market Murder is about the dark alleys of Melbourne, Australia, based on real cases. In particular, a 120-year-old case is waiting for Sherlock Holmes’ successors to solve.

Eastern Market Murder is the world’s first realistic augmented reality crime game that offers players real cases instead of imaginary products like before. Through this game, players can learn the truth of some old cases and participate in the journey to bring them to light.

The main plot of the game follows a murder that occurred in Melbourne’s Eastern Market in 1899. When a neurosurgeon and business rival committed a brutal murder on a teacher’s family. The player’s mission is to bring these criminals to justice after traveling to all corners of Melbourne to collect evidence, track down suspects and search for information in old newspapers.

Players must listen to their instincts and hidden detective skills to analyze and connect the collected evidence. Players can also use voice dialogue to probe witnesses and find holes in their statements. Additionally, Melbourne players have an advantage over other players as they can access hidden alleys through a self-guided experience that lasts approximately an hour and a half.

Eastern Market Murder is a premium game that was released for iOS and Android devices for USD 4.99 (approximately VND 115,000). Although the price is quite high compared to other mobile games, Eastern Market Murder will not disappoint you if you invest time and money into it.

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