A Few Days [Episode 9] [Mickydoo]
You are a Private Detective, you scored the easiest case in the world. All you have to do is sit in
a sleepy town and wait.
On your first day of what you believe is doing nothing and getting paid for it, you get roped into doing a little bit of private detecting for someone, which should only take a few days. Hence the name of the game.
Once word gets around that there is a Private Detective in town, a few people start showing up with their petty small-town problems, none of them can afford to actually pay what a Private Detective normally charges, but one by one you keep getting sucked into it, realizing slowly that all is not what it seems.
Hustle Town – Complete [Mickydoo]
The game is set in an European town, your Uncle used to be a big shot there and you visited him a few times as a kid. He is retired now and mostly sold up but he still owns a cafe and a hostel, so you get free food and a free bed. The reason it’s called Hustle is you essential have no money and are to lazy to work for any, you have a few dollars to buy a joint and a beer now and again but that is about it, you need to hustle everything else. You come across a variety of girls and the only way to bed them is to help them out, so you have to hustle whatever they need, or you need, to bed them.
It’s based on a fetch quest idea, to bed a girl you have to give her something, get her something or do something for her, but its not that simple as what you need to get has to be hustled from its owner, who in turn will usually want something in return, so you will need to hustle what they want and so forth until the circle completes. It will be easy at first but the chain of hustles will get more complicated as the game progresses. Each release will be a stand alone chapter that leads to the next chapter, although the story will progress, each chapter will have no bearing on the other except in one sense (I’ll explain in a minute), they will intertwine for sure, but any decisions/paths you need to take will only have a influence on the chapter you are playing. You can’t actually lose/die/fuck up, you just won’t finish the chapter. The one sense I mentioned comes into play here, unless you finish the first chapter you won’t be able get any progress in the next, you can play it but you will just get stuck as I will leave out an important element from the first one.