The Case of the Golden Idol Launching October 13

A new kind of puzzle game, Color Gray and Playstack’s The Case of the Golden Idol will launch on the PC on October 13.

In this title, players will be able to step into the shoes of an 18th century detective as they set out to uncover the mystery behind twelve strange deaths. Using your skills of deduction, players will be able to observe and reconstruct each death scene with the proper suspect, motive, and weapon.

Learn more with the trailer below:

The Case of the Golden Idol – Official Release Date Trailer

According to Harvey Elliot, Playstack Chief Executive:

“In an age where success on PC seems increasingly predetermined by genre and streamer compatibility, Playstack is on a mission to also create success for developers who disrupt trends, break boundaries and most importantly deliver something uniquely outstanding. The Case of the Golden Idol is the perfect example of this. It’s fearless, ingenious and beautiful. We adore this project and take delight in seeing the overwhelmingly positive response it evokes from those who play it.”Harvey Elliot

An extended build demo of the game can be found on Steam – all those interested can download it here.

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