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Viktor Kalvachev's Blue Estate: Prologue (Windows)

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Blue Estate: Prologue is a shorter version of the then not yet released Blue Estate: The Game. It contains the first two levels of the latter and is exclusively for the Leap Motion controller.

Tony Luciano enters the Twin Dragon club to retrieve his best dancer, Cherry Popz, who have been kidnapped by a rival crime lord Kim Bong Sik. It quickly becomes clear he will have to shoot his way through.

The game is a rail shooter where you, using the Leap Motion, point your finger at the enemies appearing on screen to shoot them. Additional weapons, a shotgun and an assault rifle, will be acquired as you venture through the levels. Your pistol has unlimited ammunition, but these other guns need to be refilled with ammo pickups. Occasionally you will have to interact with things in other ways than shooting them, such as picking up items, opening doors or brushing Tony's unruly hair out of his face. This is done by doing a sweeping motion in the prompted direction.

Getting shot take a bit off your health. If you die you have a few extra lives to continue, but once you're out it's game over.


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lights out party (21520) added Viktor Kalvachev's Blue Estate: Prologue (Windows) on Jan 13, 2017