About the game
Welcome to Paris of the late 19th century. The aftermath of the Great Revolution offered a new start for each and every citizen, regardless of social class. Alfred Ethon, a young inventor of Gypsy origin, benefits from the change, becoming a symbol of success thanks to his hard work and innovative projects, well ahead of their time.
Soon, a young woman is brutally murdered – a maid working for an impoverished Lord, a relic of the old French regime. Is Alfred Ethon to be blamed for the murder? The evidence points towards him… But you can change that.
How far will you go to exonerate yourself? Will you lie, seek evidence to prop your testimony or pretend to be insane? Your imagination is the limit.
Bohemian Killing is a narrative-driven courtroom drama, offering players almost unlimited possibilities of solving the lawsuit, thanks to the complete integration of gameplay and narrated story.
What we love about it
- Narrative-driven courtroom drama
- Almost unlimited possibilities of solving the lawsuit: the game adapts to the player’s choices
- Unique game setting in 19th century Steampunk Paris
- The first law-themed game made by a real-life lawyer
- Professional dubbing by Stephane Cornicard
- Update June 2018: Now playable in 4k resolutions: 2560×1440 and 3840×2160 pixels, with news lighting and effects
What others say...
Bohemian Killing takes the popular detective game formula and tweaks it with a clever and unexpected mechanic.
Bohemian Killing is brilliant and distinctive product that deserves the public and critical attention.
It’s utterly fantastic, and if you have any interest in digital interactive narrative, then it’s a must-play.