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Nick Chase: A Detective Story is a well written and developed title that fans of puzzle games will enjoy. The gameplay is very enjoyable and entertaining and the presentation is fantastic. It’s a bit of a shame to see the story mode end when it does, but you won’t have any hesitations in playing it again. So if you’re a fan of film noir or are looking for a worthwhile puzzle game, then look no further.
I liked the game, but it did feel a little awkward as an iPhone port. Definitely there’s a lot of substance here, and I would be glad to see more games of this type available, but more attention needs to be placed on making the touch controls seamless when porting the game from the computer version. All the same, if you’re into gritty detective fiction and casual games, you can’t go wrong with Nick Chase.