If you’ve been looking for an interactive thriller to play on your mobile phone, She Sees Red might serve your interests. The title will release on the App Store and Google Play come December 4, 2019.
Interactive games have been around for a very long time. In my opinion, Telltale Games was able to bring such gameplay to the masses with The Walking Dead series. Other studios have tried to follow suit over the years with varying results. Last year, Netflix offered a thrilling experience through the interactive movie Bandersnatch. There’s still a lot of room for development in this niche. And I’m excited to see how it evolves.
She Sees Red promises to offer professional writing, acting, lighting, and editing – plus gorgeous 1080p footage and branching paths.
Here’s the trailer!
The official description reads:
Someone has killed several people at a popular nightclub. A lone detective has been assigned to the case, following every clue … wherever it may lead. In this provocative interactive thriller, nothing is as it seems!
The game’s original language is Russian with English subtitles. You can also play an English dubbed version.
It offers more than 90 minutes of gameplay with each playthrough taking around 30-35 minutes. Of course, the replayability factor is present because there are four different endings!
The Key Features include:
- Gripping, mature non-linear narrative.
- Story elements can be experienced by making meaningful choices along the way.
- Four possible endings!
- Professional actors, editing, lighting, and sound design.
She Sees Red will launch on iOS and Android come Wednesday, December 4, 2019, for $2.99. The game is already available on Steam for $7.99.
As for the developer, founded in 2018, Rhinotales “brings together creative professionals from the film and video game industries to share captivating stories with the world in new and exciting ways.”
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Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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