Someone has killed several people at a popular nightclub. A lone detective, assigned to the case, is following every clue… wherever it may lead. In this provocative interactive thriller, NOTHING is as it seems!
Make decisions. Change the narrative. Become a detective. Experience multiple endings and inhabit the mind of a killer in the blood-red interactive movie She Sees Red. Your investigation starts now!
She Sees Red is a criminal interactive game and a hard-boiled murder mystery. Challenge your decision-making skills, choose your own path, find the murderer.
• Gripping, mature game/film with a non-linear narrative
• Story elements can be experienced by making meaningful choices along the way
• Four possible crime solving endings based on your choices!
• Professional actors, editing, lighting, and sound design make She Sees Red a unique interactive movie!
• Stories with deep and intriguing twists
She Sees Red is a dramatic choice-based game and a gripping thriller with murder in a nightclub, smart detective solving the case, and allusions to organized crime. Enjoy interesting and mysterious narrative - make decisions as the killer to see what the investigation finds out. Investigators may turn out to be much more clever than you give them credit for, and our lady detective is no exception. Visit the crime scene again, make your choices to discover new crime details, and make sure you do whatever you can to find out what really happened!
The game contains two audio tracks: original Russian and dubbed English.
Lip-synching in the dubbed version might not be perfect due to the nature of speech patterns in the original language. If you are not satisfied with the dubbed version, you can always switch to the original Russian version with subtitles (different languages available).
Ratings and Reviews
Excellent Interactive Movie
Typically I avoid interactive movies as they tend to be of lower quality and lack replayability. This one however breaks the mold!
First, it has been filmed with exceptional quality—that of a Hollywood movie level of production. And while the English dubbing leaves much to be desired, the actors themselves really deliver.
Second, the replay value is definitely there. After my first play-through, there were still plenty of questions driving you to a second viewing, and then if you get a bad ending, it all the more drives you back for more.
Lastly, the number of scenes discovered out of the available 62 also pushes the purist to exhaustively explore the content. Exceptionally developed and executed game, even if it is merely an interactive movie at the end of the day. The plot is definitely worth it!
Really good, could be better
It could be better it had a solid storyline that it followed. There’s no back story or narration to follow that informs me of what’s going on, who’s who, I don’t know which characters are which and flashbacks don’t help because they are left unexplained... You guys have potential to make better interactive games like “Late Shift”. Just try to build off a story that explains itself, so I know why something is happening, who the characters are in current time and flashbacks and what my choices are effecting. They can’t just be random choices that don’t effect the storyline in ways that make sense to the actual plot in direct ways. Especially if the character I’m playing as is in the past and the secondary character which is the cop is in current time. It’s an incoherent interactive adventure. The choices need to be linear, I need to make a choice first and then it effect the future. I shouldn’t start in the past and then make choices and then the story takes place 80% in the future and the past barely has effects to the future because the future events are already pre planned out events that I didn’t even strongly influence because the character is making 80% of the choices based off of my little choices I am given every 5-8 minutes. These kind of games need better structure and cause and effect if you’re going to do “past character” and “current character” interactive stories that are supposed to connect and link.
Great Interactive Movie!
Normally I’m not a fan of interactive movies; they tend to feel very stiff. But there is something about this one that is gripping. The plot unfolds in a way that is captivating and has you wondering what will happen next. I’d advise playing the game with the voices in Russian and English subtitles as the English voiceover is a little subpar. I hope to see more from this company in the future.
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- 2.2 GB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Apple TV
- Requires tvOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 17+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
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