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14th Jun '16 9:59:22 PM creader
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14th Jun '16 9:58:45 PM creader
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14th May '16 10:31:31 AM cakecake
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* ''VisualNovel/War13thDay'' first challenges you to solve the mystery of what happened to the sun. Later, you're tasked with piecing together the truth between two [[UnreliableNarrator unreliable narrators]]. The True End gives the biggest mystery of all: [[spoiler:who are you?]]

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* ''VisualNovel/War13thDay'' first challenges you to solve the mystery of what happened to the sun. Later, you're tasked with piecing together the truth between two [[UnreliableNarrator unreliable narrators]]. The True End gives you the biggest mystery of all: [[spoiler:who are you?]]
14th May '16 10:31:13 AM cakecake
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14th May '16 10:30:31 AM cakecake
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* ''VideoGame/DiscworldNoir'' combines this trope with Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series, casting the player as a citizen who becomes a detective because of the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality.

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* ''VideoGame/DiscworldNoir'' combines this trope with Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series, casting the player as a citizen who becomes a detective because of the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality.TheoryOfNarrativeCausality.

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* ''VisualNovel/War13thDay'' first challenges you to solve the mystery of what happened to the sun. Later, you're tasked with piecing together the truth between two [[UnreliableNarrator unreliable narrators]]. The True End gives the biggest mystery of all: [[spoiler:who are you?]]
12th Apr '16 8:02:40 PM PaulA
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* ''Theatre/The39Steps''



* ''VideoGame/DiscworldNoir'' combines this trope with Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series, casting the player as a citizen who becomes a detective because of the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality.

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* ''VideoGame/DiscworldNoir'' combines this trope with Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series, casting the player as a citizen who becomes a detective because of the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality.
7th Jan '16 9:03:21 AM FuzzyBoots
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* ''Theatre/ThePajamaPartyMurders''
12th Dec '15 7:37:16 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* HardboiledDetective: A tough, cynical guy with a gun and a lot of StreetSmarts, who solves mysteries with dogged persistence rather than astounding insight, the Hardboiled Detective was America's Darker and Edgier response to the classic ideal of the GreatDetective. This type of Mystery Fiction is often associated with FilmNoir.

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* HardboiledDetective: A tough, cynical guy with a gun and a lot of StreetSmarts, {{Street Smart}}s, who solves mysteries with dogged persistence rather than astounding insight, the Hardboiled Detective was America's Darker and Edgier response to the classic ideal of the GreatDetective. This type of Mystery Fiction is often associated with FilmNoir.
12th Dec '15 7:36:21 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* HardboiledDetective: A tough, cynical guy with a gun and a lot of Street Smarts, who solves mysteries with dogged persistence rather than astounding insight, the Hardboiled Detective was America's Darker and Edgier response to the classic ideal of the GreatDetective. This type of Mystery Fiction is often associated with FilmNoir.

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* HardboiledDetective: A tough, cynical guy with a gun and a lot of Street Smarts, StreetSmarts, who solves mysteries with dogged persistence rather than astounding insight, the Hardboiled Detective was America's Darker and Edgier response to the classic ideal of the GreatDetective. This type of Mystery Fiction is often associated with FilmNoir.
22nd Mar '14 3:03:04 PM rjung
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* ''[=WHOdunnit=]'' by Creator/WilliamsElectronics, which casts the player as a HardboiledDetective who must solve a series of murders at a hotel and casino.

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* ''[=WHOdunnit=]'' ''[[Pinball/WHODunnit WHO dunnit]]'' by Creator/WilliamsElectronics, which casts the player as a HardboiledDetective who must solve a series of murders at a hotel and casino.
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