Victorian Detective 3 by peter123

You're a great detective living in Victorian London. Your internal monologue will guide you by clicking on links in the body of text as you investigate a grisly murder.

Your eidetic memory is represented by your ability to reread all the story you've experienced...

Your intensely fast analyzing ability is represented by your unlimited time between choices...

Your vast knowledge is represented by the internet...

London needs you!

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Review by TheVampurr
27 Jan 2023
I LOVE this game! I especially love how you showed the perspective of Mr Burlap as well.

Review by Spookypooky13
10 Nov 2022
Really fun! I feel like I messed up the most with my deductions on this one than the other two but that's on me not paying enough attention to the information.

Review by wuxunyaoye
25 Dec 2021
Wonderful game, but my English is poor pitifully.

Review by Bravo
19 Jul 2021
Love the deductive reasonings you have to make with the clues that are given, absolutely great series, maybe a part 4?

Review by IFireblaster7
11 Feb 2021

Review by hsh
17 Jul 2020
Good game.

08 Jul 2020
This text adventure's mystery and old-timey theme doesn't fit with my style. Sure, the start of the game is OK, but one of the links glitch out. 2/5 - quite bad

Review by Savio
21 Jun 2020
The third-best one

Review by Maxud Kuper
10 Feb 2020
Thank you very much! Love it!

Review by NealLeo0608
16 Sep 2019
Fluent narrative and great choices of words.

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Written for Quest 5.5
Published 02 Dec 2014
Updated 16 Feb 2016