She Noire

Last modified
Saturday, July 12, 2014

Description of App

The mysterious homicide of Eva Lumenis sets the scene for She Noire, leading us to the Trinitatis police station, where our investigations begin.
We will soon discover how our leading lady, Sophia, is not just any old policewoman: she is also a thief and a killer, but above all a woman hunting a past that was stolen from her.
In over 5hours of gameplay, you will explore 40 settings, divided into 7 chapters, packed with rich dialogues that will slowly but surely reveal the complex story behind this game.
You can also play in “skill” mode, where the settings are generated with different hidden objects every time, and you must work against the clock to find all the hidden objects.
Developed for PC, Mac and iOS, She Noire is produced by Nebula and TIconBLU.

She Noire can be played on PC and MAC, exploring the settings using the arrow keys.
Players have to explore the setting, guided by sounds, to find a list of hidden objects while avoiding any useless ones.
Then they must work out which ones are needed to solve the puzzle and proceed with the story.
With Mobile devices, the settings are explored by touch, hunting for the hidden objects centimetre by centimetre.
Tap once on the screen (SPACE or ENTER on PC and MAC) to generate a sound that will tell you how many useful objects are nearby.
Tap on the screen with two fingers (or SHIFT on PC and MAC) to repeat the list of objects you still have to find.
aTap with two fingers for at least one second (or CONTROL on PC and MAC) will make the character describe the place they are in.
Press ESC to open the menu and quit the game.



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Version Of macOS App Was Tested On


Accessibility Comments

This game is fully accessible without the use of VoiceOver.


The app is fully accessible without the use of VoiceOver

Other Comments

I have played through a good majority of this game and while there are a few minor bugs, the game is actually completable this time, and unlike Inquisitors Heartbeat, the "skill" mode in this game is both more challenging and also more random, and will present you with familiar settings in story mode, so I highly recommend beating story mode unless you want to have places in the story spoiled.
Please note: Normally I would not put the instructions for the game in the description, however last I checked the game was modified to not use the mouse, so I don't know if those instructions were removed in-game.

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Submitted by Diego Garibay on Saturday, July 12, 2014

when do you think their will be a podcast on all these new audio games?