Processor: Intel Core i5 1.7
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Radeon HD 7500G/Intel HD Graphics 3000
You find yourself on trial, accused of a brutal murder
How far will you go to exonerate yourself?
Will you lie, seek evidence to prop your testimony or, perhaps, pretend to be insane?
Your imagination is the limit!
Bohemian Killing is a narrative-driven courtroom drama, offering players almost unlimited possibilities of solving the lawsuit, thanks to the complete integration of gameplay and narrated story.
Welcome to Paris of the late 19th century.
Paris, set against the background of the late 19th century, torn between tradition and modernity…
The aftermath of the Great Revolution offered a new start for each and every citizen, regardless of social class.
But class differences and pervasive racism finally lead to a tragedy…
Alfred Ethon, a young inventor of Gypsy origin, benefits from the change, becoming a symbol of success thanks to his hard work and innovative projects, well ahead of their time.
Soon, a young woman is brutally murdered – a maid working for an impoverished Lord, a relic of the old French regime.
Is Alfred Ethon to be blamed for the murder?
The evidence points towards him…
But you can change that.
As you stand before the court, all you can count on is your own intellect and creativity.
But how does that look in practice?
The story is set within two time frames:
In the present, you find yourself locked up in the courtroom. You’re getting acquainted with the evidence, witness testimony and questions posed by the Judge.
Each question triggers a flashback – and begins your testimony.
During the flashback you find yourself in a Parisian district, with each of your decisions, interactions and action affecting Alfred Ethon’s testimony and the final verdict.
To help you in your testimony, you’ll have access to all the evidence gathered on the case – expert opinions, reports and witness testimonies. Each of them can be (but doesn’t have to be!) refuted in a number of different ways.