Looking for games like Discworld Noir

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"Dantata" <dany.iliev@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Any? Crime-type. Just not CSI ;)

I haven't (yet) played Discworld Noir, but if you're after crime-type,
PI-type games with a good dose of humour, then the three Tex Murphy FMV
games would fit the bill, if you can get hold of them. Actually, you should
play them anyway, because they're great :)

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"Spon349" <tom@dodomega.plus.com> wrote in message
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> "Dantata" <dany.iliev@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:e3fa5d22.0504110931.649c6f06@posting.google.com...
> > Any? Crime-type. Just not CSI ;)
>
> I haven't (yet) played Discworld Noir, but if you're after crime-type,
> PI-type games with a good dose of humour, then the three Tex Murphy FMV
> games would fit the bill, if you can get hold of them. Actually, you should
> play them anyway, because they're great :)
>
> --
> "If you meet a vegan it's bad form to give them the famous four-fingered V
> sign and say 'Live long and prosper'." - Terry Pratchett
>
> Switch "dodo" and "mega" to reply by e-mail
>
>

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Oh. And did I say Blade Runner? I should have said Blade Runner.