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The Deed

The Deed

Adventure, RPG
A keenly dark twist on the traditional murder mystery setting, The Deed is an Adventure/RPG game about getting away with murder. Arran Bruce, the rightful heir to Dunshiel House, returns home to settle a score with his estranged family.
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A keenly dark twist on the traditional murder mystery setting, The Deed is an Adventure/RPG game about getting away with murder. Arran Bruce, the rightful heir to Dunshiel House, returns home to settle a score with his estranged family.
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Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date23 ноября 2015 г.
DevelopersPilgrim Adventures, GrabTheGames Studios
PublishersGrabTheGames, WhisperGames, TheGamesFortress
OSWindows
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  • OS: Windows 98/XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 Mhz
  • Storage: 512 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Generic

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About the Game

A keenly dark twist on the traditional murder mystery setting, The Deed is an Adventure/RPG game about getting away with murder.

Arran Bruce, the rightful heir to Dunshiel House, returns to his family home after discovering that his abusive father has decided to disinherit him from his Will in favour of his sadistic, deranged young sister. In a fit of anger and greed, Arran has decided to remove his sister from the equation in order to restore his own inheritance. Can he manage to get away with such a foul deed?

  • Meet the Family:Explore Dunshiel House and encounter Arran's twisted, dysfunctional family and their servants. Take care, though - everything that you say or do can have an impact on the outcome of The Deed!
  • Choose the Weapon:A rope, a candlestick or good old-fashioned rat poison? There are many household items that can be put to a dark and nefarious use. Choose carefully from ten possible murder weapons, bearing in mind who might become a suspect as a result of your selection.
  • Plant the Evidence:Father, mother, maid, butler ... any of these individuals could take the blame for your heinous act, if you can find the right evidence, plant it in the right location and manage to raise the suspicions of the Inspector.
  • Face the Inspector:When the deed is done, it's time to face the music and be interviewed by the wily, perceptive Inspector. Can you dodge his questions and avert his suspicions? Will you walk away a free man? Many possible endings await ...
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The Deed18.12.2023

This is a very short game made with RPG Maker. You'll have to play through several times to get all the achievements, but even then it should only take 3 to 4 hours to get them all. The first 3 play-throughs were okay, even slightly fun deciding who to frame and which piece of evidence to plant, but after that it just became a very tedious grind. You have to talk to the same 5 people over and over again, and the conversation choices are very limited. Then, after the murder, you have to answer the same questions over and over again from the police inspector. And while you may think using weapon #4 with planted piece of evidence #2 will equal person #5 being framed, that isn't always the case. Your plan does not always work out the way you think it will. This game kind of reminds me of the old board game '[b]Clue[/b]' ([i]called '[b]Cluedo[/b]' in some countries[/i]), because you have the gun in the library, the candlestick in the dining room, the knife in the kitchen, etc. However, whereas in '[b]Clue[/b]' you are the investigator trying to find out who did it, in '[b]The Deed[/b]' you ARE the one who did it, but you are trying to pin the murder on somebody else. You play as Arran Bruce, the estranged son of a very wealthy family. You have heard that your father, in his Will, is leaving everything to your mentally unstable sister instead of to you. You greedily believe the family fortune is rightfully yours, and in order to get it you now need to murder your sister. Your father's 50th birthday is coming up, and you decide to use that as cover in order to return home and "do the deed". The 7 possible suspects are you, father, mother, sister, maid, butler, and "unknown". The 10 murder weapons are bare hands, knife, shotgun, rope, fencing sword, candlestick, broomstick, billiard cue stick, rat poison, and broken glass shard. The 4 pieces of evidence are father's tawse, mother's diary, sister's panties, and sister's love letters/poems. You are only able to pick up 1 weapon, and 1 piece of evidence, so choose wisely. Which weapon you use really doesn't seem to make a difference in the end, unless it's a strength-based kill, because that indicates a man did it. It's more important WHICH piece of evidence you choose to plant, and WHERE you choose to plant it. Also important, actually the most important, is WHAT you say in conversations (or what you don't say), and HOW you say it. In summary, I would give this a "neutral" rating if I could. But since it's either "thumbs up" or "thumbs down", I'll have to say "thumbs down". The game is too short, not challenging, and soon gets very tedious. If you're hunting achievements, you'll still be done in 3 to 4 hours, and won't ever play it again after that.

Normal Porpoise
Normal Porpoise
I don't recommend
The Deed03.12.2023

a fun and quick whodunnit where you are the _who_ and have to decide how to do _it_, and who to blame for your deed, there are many possible outcomes, but getting them all might feel repetitive. still, can recommend a reverse murder mystery for a rainy afternoon with some tea.

Actual Lynx
Actual Lynx
I recommend
The Deed17.12.2023

Tis an alright short game. I have always loved murder mystery and 'who did it' games like Cluedo. Obviously, this is different but the theme is still getting away with murder.

Zoophagous Rodent
Zoophagous Rodent
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