A compelling new detective textual content journey set in Korea challenges you do match collectively recollections and parts of a thriller like they’re puzzle items as a rookie police officer brings a veteran out of retirement for the one case she left chilly. The result’s No Case Ought to Stay Unsolved, a compellingly animated, fairly intriguing little bit of indie interactive fiction by developer Somi.

No Case Ought to Stay Unsolved revolves across the story of Seowon, a woman who goes lacking from a playground in 2012 and whose case is rarely solved. It has a reasonably compelling tagline, or a minimum of I believe in order a author, spoken by the Senior Inspector, Jeon Gyeong: “I bear in mind how shocked I used to be after I first noticed this case. Everybody concerned was mendacity, for one motive or one other.”

No Case Ought to Stay Unsolved is doing fairly properly on Steam, where it has picked up 553 opinions, 97% optimistic, because it launched on January 17. 

It’s possible you’ll bear in mind developer Somi from Duplicate, a detective investigation little bit of interactive fiction performed fully from the angle of a cellphone and social media accounts—however they don’t seem to be yours, and also you’re searching for proof of terrorist exercise.

Maybe essentially the most fascinating little bit of No Case Ought to Stay Unsolved is how you progress audio system, locations, and parts of conversations round to determine and needle away at the true story of 12-year-old Seowon’s disappearance.

You’ll find No Case Ought to Stay Unsolved on Steam, where it is $7.