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Strolling Is A Free Detective Game About Exact Thinking

Edgar Allen Poe’s The Murders in the Rue Morgue is often considered the first modern detective short story ever written, and stars a part-time sleuth named C. Auguste Dupin. Mr Dupin solves crimes by way of ‘ratiocination’, a process of exact thinking, and this happens to be the main inspiration for Beavl’s Strolling [GameJolt page] – a lovely wee point and click adventure game that was created for AdventureJam 2016 and is available to download now. It’s also free, so I exactly think you should give it a whirl.

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