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by slasher

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Now with Voice pack. A mix of fact and fiction. Contains sensitive content. During 1888 a series of gruesome murders was committed in the East End by whom the police aptly named the Ripper. The victims were all prostitutes and all had been sliced up and various organs removed. The police chief asks if you would help with their investigations to root out this evil killer. You accept and start delving into this tragic case of murder most horrid. You begin by meeting the police chief at the mortuary to view the Ripper's latest victim: Mary Jane Kelly. Check out police suspect reports, view victims autopsy reports... Can you discover who the Ripper is and above all: can you catch him? Start your journey into the Ripper murders and try to solve this historic nightmare. Thanks to all those who helped make this game.
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Slasher has worked on 56 other games: (see them >>)
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Gurok has worked on 7 other games: (see them >>)
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Adeel has worked on 9 other games: (see them >>)
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1 people commented on this game (newest first):

JACK brings the player back to Victorian England on the hunt for the notorious Jack the Ripper. Playing as Detective Charles Davenport, follow clues, solve puzzles and use intuition (and your nose) to track down the infamous killer. I would describe this game as being slightly shorter than a medium-length game.

I feel that JACK is well worth playing for anyone who likes mystery style games who wants to play an almost medium length game. It's a bit easier than many comparable games, making it a great choice for players who are newer to the adventure genre.
2014-12-07 17:36:21 by Shadow1000
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