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The Deed

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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 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 ...
Release date
Pilgrim Adventures
GrabTheGames Studios
GrabTheGames, WhisperGames
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • 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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The Deed reviews and comments

Its ugly as sin thanks to the default RPG maker assets but gameplay wise its actually quite smart and intresting. Here you play a murderer and its up to you to not only commit the murder, but get away with it scott free through manipulation of events and evidence. Often goes on sale for next to nothing and is worth a few good playthroughs.
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A short Game Of Point ' Click. We play a Man who returns to his childhood Home to kill his Sister. You have many different ways to do this (but you don't have to do it at all). The Aim is to make the Murder look like an Accident or to push it on someone else, so we manipulate Objects and other House Dwellers so that they get a Motive to kill the Sister as well. For me, "The Deed" is a little "Hidden Gem." The Achievements are also all very easy to get. + Cool Story Idea + Many Solution Possibilities + Light Achievements + Collectible Cards + Short + Cheap Conclusion: You should have played this Game at any time
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34 ct for 2 Hours of entertaining Gameplay, 3 Collectible cards (1 Glossy Map * o *) and another Game in which I have 100% of all Archievments. :D I have imagined something different when I first started it, but that is by no means meant negatively. While it's not really captivating for a long time, the Gameplay is .. Let's say otherwise .. Than in other Games. However, the very first Walktrough alone was worth its 34 ct: O .. The repeated Playing for the Archievments then pulls up a bit, but that is quite acceptable. The Soundtrack is captivating .. But not really very innovative. All in all, however, worth a Look. However, the Game does not take advantage of all its possibilities-had hoped for more, but were not deseuheded: O Be sure to buy Archievment and Badge-hunter! Also the People who are looking for something new or are looking for Experiments:D
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The Deed is a nice Game for in between, which is for very little Money to have. The Player takes on the Role of Arran Bruce, who visits the hated family for his Father's Birthday in 1945, but not without an Ulterior Motive. Arran is the black Sheep of the Family and is therefore supposed to watch their assets pass to his unloved Sister after the Death of his parents. Killing These is therefore his Plan-and the Player's Job. However, this should not be traced back to Arran as far as possible, which is why a Plan must first be forged. Throughout the House, there are potential Murder weapons and Pieces of evidence that, properly used or placed, decide The End of the Tragedy, the Dialogues are no less relevant. Depending on the Procedure, your own Statements and Conduct in The Interrogation, the Plan may work or fail. While more than 20 Minutes of Entertainment is not expected when Playing Through The Deed once, the Adventure offers a high Replay value due to the various Possibilities, suspects, Dialogue Options and Achievements. The technical Implementation is definitely not optimal, Options are only a little useful and also visually the small Game is not a Force, you should be Aware of that. However, Those Who do not expect these things from a Game for €0.64 normal Price (Possibly even cheaper through sales or Vouchers, I paid only €0.3434) and are looking for some Variety will definitely have their Fun with The Deed as it is for an extremely low Price a lot Has to offer.
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