features•Successor of the crititcally acclaimed Hotel Dusk: Room 215
•Players hold their Nintendo DS like a book and use the touch screen to grill characters, search for clues and solve mystifying puzzles.
•Simple point-and-click touch screen navigation players of any skill level can play.
•Innovative sketch animation character design, film noir camera angles, and dynamic lighting.
descriptionJust like Hotel Dusk: Room 215, the game is held vertically like a book. Last Window introduces the Ignore feature to the series. This feature allows player to let go the lines of questioning they don't find useful. Ignoring too many lines of questioning, as well as not ignoring enough, may cause an early game over. A significant new story-based feature is the in-game novel Last Window. Every time a chapter of the game is cleared, a new chapter in the Last Window book is made available. The contents of the book complements the game's story, and they can be influenced by the decisions the player makes
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