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Moses & Plato - Last Train to Clawville is a story-rich investigative adventure with point-and-click and visual novel elements, set in the same Wilderness universe as the Chicken Police series.

The developers have just confirmed that a demo will be available on Steam from May 9th! And you can check out the trailer for the demo below:

You play as Moses and Plato, two detectives assigned to protect an infamous colonel, an ambassador on his way to a peace negotiation. However, the colonel has been murdered while traveling on a luxurious train! And YOU have been pinned as the main suspect in the murder.

In the upcoming demo, you'll be able to use your animal senses to discover clues and find secrets. You'll have the opportunity to interrogate the train's passengers, with full voice-acting and various ways to discover their backgrounds. But be careful, time passes with each interaction, so you'll need to make wise use of your time.

Moses & Plato - Last Train to Clawville takes place in a beautiful handcrafted 2.5D environment. Where you'll need to go to your Mind Garden to piece together the clues and information you've gathered to try and discover the true culprit.

Moses & Plato - Last Train to Clawville hasn't received a release date yet, but you'll be able to download the demo on Steam from May 9th. There's no word yet on controller support, but the system requirements are easy to run, so the Steam Deck shouldn't have much trouble.

Are you excited to try the demo of Moses & Plato - Last Train to Clawville? Let us know in the comments below!

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Oliver Stogden
Oliver began playing video games at an early age, starting with the SNES console and Commodore Amiga computer. Nowadays, his interest is in the future of portable technology, such as handheld gaming systems, portable power stations/banks, and portable monitors. And seeing just how far we can push these devices.
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