Tiny detective Jenny LeClue is making her way to Nintendo Switch. The news was first announced during The Kinda Funny Games Showcase, alongside a brand new trailer.
In Jenny LeClue:
Soon we discover that the sleepy town of Arthurton holds many dark secrets. Use your skills of deduction and puzzle-solving to find the real killer, save Jenny’s mother and unravel the mystery at the heart of the case.
The game looks kid-friendly, developer Mografi says it’s “not just for kids” as it will explore themes of family, loss, and identity within a horror, sci-fi and mystery
Jenny LeClue: Detectivu is probably my most anticipated indie game of 2019 (sorry Cyberpunk 2077). A big part of it is the adorable art style, but I’m also a huge fan of investigations, mysteries, and puzzles. The game’s description calls it “detectiving, friends, and choosiness,” but either way it ticks a lot of boxes.
Speaking of “choosiness”, the way the story unfolds depends on the decisions you make – some of your choices will permanently change how subsequent chapters play out. You’ll be writing Jenny’s story together with
Arthur K Finklestein, the game’s narrator and the author of a book series based on Jenny’s life. Or is it the other way around?
Jenny LeClue: Detectivu will be out in Q1 of 2019, for PC, PlayStation 4, and now for Nintendo Switch as well.