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"James Noir's Hollywood Crimes for Nintendo 3DS makes you the main character in a mind-twisting puzzle adventure in an interactive 3D world! Live the thrill of mastering tailor-made mind games as you solve over 140 intriguing puzzles to solve a deadly mystery. Set in 1960s Hollywood, the game takes place inside a TV game show where you are a participant. As you play, you discover a series of murders and a diabolical criminal mastermind that is manipulating and defying you at every turn. Everyone on the set of the show is in danger - especially you! Solving the puzzles left by the killer at every crime scene is the only way to clear your name and to uncover his identity before it's too late. Uniquely personal puzzles and a cinematic 1960s Hollywood environment combined with stereoscopic 3D technology make this murder-mystery a truly immersive experience! "
First-ever interactive 3D movie to experience on your Nintendo 3DS 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 and the crime-scene clues and the storyline are strangely familiar. 1960's realistic art using the power of the 3DS. Appealing and trend worthy art direction takes 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 142 puzzles, classic and 3D puzzles using the upper screen and the accelerometer through actions and puzzles. 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. Player performance tracking for the puzzles: all puzzles adapt to your ongoing performance through difficulty level. Make your selection of puzzles to solve at each crime scene. The killer will track your selection and performance so that as you progress the difficulty will adjust to challenge and entertain.I guess the first thing that is coming to mind for me are games like 999 and Professor Layton. No clue what the game is like, but I will be keeping my eye on it and seeing how it does with all of the major critics.