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DescriptionMartian Memorandum is the sequel to Mean Streets. Six years have found the private investigator Tex Murphy broke, down on his luck, and seriously in need of a new case. He gets a call from Marshall Alexander, a business tycoon who owns most of the industry on Mars. It seems his daughter Alexis has run away from home, and taken "something else" with her. Marshall won't say what that something else is, but he is willing to pay handsomely to get it (and his daughter) back.
Unlike its predecessor, the game contains only adventure gameplay, removing flight simulation and action sequences. Basic gameplay mechanics are very similar to those of the first game, placing interrogation and choices above object-based puzzles. Verb commands are used to interact with the environment, while interrogating suspects usually involves selecting conversation options. Making a wrong choice may sometimes prematurely end the game or render it unwinnable.
- "Tex Murphy: Martian Memorandum" -- Steam release
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- Protagonist: P.I. (Private Investigator)
- Setting: Mars
- Tex Murphy series
- Visual technique / style: Digitized sprites
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Tex MurphyAs in all other Tex Murphy games, principal designer Chris Jones plays the titular character. However, this is the last title in which he remains silent.
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