This is a restricted product and it can be activated and played ONLY in Argentina.
This is an Xbox One/Xbox Series version of the game.
White Paper Games
Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View is a gloomy story-driven observational thriller video game developed by White Paper Games, creative minds behind such titles as The Occupation and Ether One. Set in England in the 1950s, the story follows a retired and disabled detective determined to discover the truth behind the disappearance of the eight-year-old Charlotte May. However, not everyone is happy that the old detective is sticking his nose in the case.
The simple life of Dahlia View, England, is turned upside down when an eight-year-old girl, Charlotte May, is reported missing. A confined to a wheelchair retired detective, Robert Conway, gets invested in the case and starts his own investigation. By observing his neighbors through the window of his apartment, he witnesses their strange behavior and quarrels that lead him to eventually leave the safety of his home and start interrogating his suspects.
Push the investigation further by solving puzzles and studying the suspicious behavior of Dahlia View residents. Everyone is a suspect, especially with their personal relationships and vendettas, which won’t make your work any easier. New evidence you discover will lead you to gain more clues. Create suspects’ profiles to narrow down your list and piece together all the information. Remember to watch your back as the residents act in an unpredictable and aggressive way to hide the truth behind the little girl’s disappearance. And not everybody wants you to solve this case.
The story of Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View mixes personal stories of characters with the high-quality mystery-solving, making the gameplay ever-so exciting. The noir-like detective’s inner monologue heavily elevates the feelings of suspense and drama. Moreover, the slightly grotesque cartoon-like graphics add to the dark and gloomy atmosphere of the game, making the title worth recommending to the fans of the genre.
TEENContent is generally suitable for ages 13 and up. May contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.