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Darkside Detective is polished up in its new demo, with music by Ben Prunty

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Product: Darkside Detective | Publisher:  | Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
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The upcoming Darkside Detective, a point-and-click "micro-adventure" from DoomCube, has a new demo out.

It's playable in-browser on the game's website and features new music from its composer, Ben Prunty.

Prunty is perhaps best known for his work on the FTL: Faster Than Light soundtrack.

You can listen to Darkside Detective's main title theme on YouTube, or another track below.

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Darkside Detective
, which we wrote a little about last month, is an adventure game about Francis McQueen, an investigator sent to uncover supernatural and occult-related mysteries.

It was born of a game jam prototype last year, and while the developers at DoomCube are working to expand it, it's still meant to revolve around "bite-size investigations."

It'll be coming to "smartphones and tablet devices" at some point later this year, as well as PC and Mac.
 

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Chloi Rad 13 February 2015
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