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Zombie Society Dead Detective - Walls Can BleedIn Walls can Bleed, you explore another of Lu Muja's creations, which can be called anything but dead content. Playing as Detective Margh with the aid of your vowelless partner Ghvnn, your aim is to help gun shop owner Bratatat with an alleged "phantom robber." As a world-class detective in this world, you naturally agree to give this case your best shot. A message reading "I KNOW YOU DID IT" is streaked in red across the back of a wall. According to Bratatat, the message continues to reappear, even after he's washed the wall. Frustrated, the owner sets out a security camera with the aim of capturing the culprit on film. However, there is only one problem - the video never manages to capture anything, just the appearance of the mysterious letters again!

Could it be that protestor outside the shop, camped out with postcards explaining how wonderful life could be without guns? Or maybe the neighbor nearby who's boarded himself in? Perhaps the homeless and overweight zombie who somehow squeezed into his current residence, a mere outhouse? Might it really be a phantom as Bratatat seems inclined to believe? You'll have to put on your best undead thinking cap to crack this mystery. The game is played completely with the mouse, clicking to move around and selecting conversation options when you interact with the various characters. You'll also need to gather evidence and ask key witnesses about it to put things together. And finally, your task will be to combine your "deaductions" into a conclusion and find out if you were right!

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