Albert Wilde Quantum P.I. – Humorous Noir About A Cat Detective In 1930S New York

Indie studio beyond those hills has presented Albert Wilde: Quantum P.I. is a comedy that blends the noir genre, science-fiction, and anthropomorphic animals.

The principal persona The main protagonist is Albert Wilde the cat, one of the private investigators in the 1930s. New York:

Luck has gone away from Albert Wilde. He’s broke, is lonely, and he is unable to find an ex-girlfriend, and his boss won’t allow his writing to be posted on his wall in his office. When Flamingo, a pole dancer, stumbles on a body found dead in a warehouse that is abandoned, Albert decides that resolving the matter will also help him solve all of his other problems. If only life was so easy…

In your quest to discover the truth, you’ll interview suspects with a dynamic dialogue system while driving through in a black and white city. There’s a chance that you’ll discover a wormhole to an alternate universe!

What else could Albert Wilde offer:

  • Vintage image with aspect ratio of 4:3.
  • Voices of the frame and animals.
  • The game can last for 4-5 hours.
  • Collage Animation.

Albert Wilde: Quantum P.I. will be released at the end of this year’s third quarter on Steam. You can play the demo version between February 21 through 28 during”Games be,” the annual festival “Games be”. Russian localization has not been announced.

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