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ZS Dead Detective - A Curse In Disguise


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ZS Dead Detective - A Curse In DisguiseArceusAuthor Lu Muja has brought us another delightful installment in his uniquely styled zombie world. Welcome to a society with a unique quirk: the vast bulk of the people are dead! With precious few live citizens roaming around, brains have become a precious community that some will fight, lie, or steal for. This makes it all the more bizarre when not the brains, but the body of famous Detective Cough goes missing!

As usual, you will need to travel around to different locations collecting clues and evidence to support your theories. Is there perhaps something more than Detective Cough is letting on? You're going to have to be careful to evade a, shall we say, cleverly set trap. There's only one way to find out - begin your story by heading down to see what the commissioner has to say and beginning your next case.

As usual, navigate the game by pointing and clicking on various hotspots throughout the scenes, which can be illuminated by using the magnifying class accessed from the menu of items at the top of your screen. You can also check out your briefcase for other accessories including your trusty gun, your book of deductions, and a map keeping track of all the locations you may need to visit in your quest to solve the case. There is also, of course, a handy option to save your adventure should you have matters of the living to attend to in the meantime. Enjoy, and don't lose your head trying to crack this case!


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