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Meurtre dans la Station Spatiale

by maximejr


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Une enquête dans la station spatiale internationale suite à la mort du cosmonaute Axionov

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Uncover a murder on the space station, November 6, 2023
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes

This is a pretty complex game entered in Ectocomp Grand Guignol edition. The same game is also entered in Petite Mort, where it was polished less (since Petite Mort has a time limit).

In this game, you are going up to a space station with two others in the shuttle with you. You all are identified by your roles, yours being the Inspector.

You are quizzed on an old case study of law, where an astronaut died on the ISS when their module was released too early.

Interestingly, the game features real life astronauts like Shannon Lucid and Léopold Eyharts, who are still alive, and is essentially fan-fiction about real life people. It's an AU, as the events take place in a fictional 1998.

You read everyone's journal entries then decide on whether the accused is innocent or guilty, and, if guilty, how guilty they are.

Perhaps due to the language barrier, I was confused about one mechanic. Before reading the case studies, you have to decide where the case was tried at. This seems to retroactively make the case have been tried there and limits which journals you have access to. It also changes what the actual verdict was, so it's kind of hard to tell what really happened, although I swear (again, can't be sure because my French is mediocre) that two of the journals literally confess to the crime.

This version has a lot of nice looking links and effects the other version doesn't have.

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