Murder In Tehran's Alleys 1933
Lace Mamba Global to publish a very different crime-story PC adventure game -- Iranian development
Brighton, July 11th, 2012 – A series of brutal murders shatters Tehran in 1933. When police start their investigations, they soon come up with the idea that this all can’t be the random actions of a single madman… Murder in Tehran’s Alleys 1933, the new, upcoming PC point & click adventure game developed by the Iranian studio RSK-IR and published by Lace Mamba Global, has everything a great murder crime story needs – plus a very exotic, different location and background scenario:
Players slip into the role of police detective Afshar and make their way through the old town of the Iranian capital in 1933. They soon discover scary similarities between each murder case: All victims have been brutally tortured before being cut into pieces. To top it all, the victims are innocent children.
Tehran’s media doesn’t help the case by flooding the newsstands and alleys with purely hysterical stories. Just one journalist, a man called Sarsolooki, actually seems to know more. He soon becomes an important informant for Detective Afshar and the whole police…
Murder in Tehran’s Alleys features an atmospheric, exotic crime story, classic point & click adventure gameplay and a detailed insight into an unusual videogame location. Lace Mamba Global will publish Murder in Tehran’s Alleys 1933 in Q4 2012.