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    Santa Fe Mysteries: The Elk Moon Murder

    Game » consists of 0 releases. Released 1996

    Santa Fe Mysteries : The Elk Moon Murder is a South-Western themed point and click adventure game released in 1996.

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    Santa Fe Mysteries: The Elk Moon Murder last edited by Galamoth on 07/30/22 11:12AM View full history

    Co-Created by Shannon Gilligan, developer of the Virtual Murder series and Sam Egan, one of the writers of "Northern Exposure," Santa Fe Mysteries : The Elk Moon Murder is, as the title suggests, a police procedural game set in the American Southwest.

    Famous Native American artist Anna Elk Moon has been murdered and the player, as a rookie police officer, has been assigned to solve the case within a week.

    This adventure game uses a point and click interface to allow players to search for clues and interrogate suspects. The player is given 5 days to solve the mystery, but game time is broken up to 8 hour days, in which nearly each action the player takes 15 minutes off of the clock.


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