It is ironic how both detectives and criminals get paid for crimes. In that sense, are both simply two sides of the same coin?
Venture into the life of a detective, whose crime they solve, is the crime he commit.
Welcome one and all to my very first Work in Progress (WIP)! The placeholder title for now is Double Cross. Starting with, it has touches of psychological mystery and suspense. Moreover, what I have so far is much like a prompt with extra steps: only setting the overall mood, background, and tone of the entire story.
As such, it’s still a fetus as a story, whose entire plot, characters, ideas, events will be shaped as time goes on. That is why I’d like to ask you all, oh great readers, to please drop by! If the general shape of the story interests you, let’s start a stimulating conversation on possibilities, ideas, and criticism.
As much as this is my small story, I’m sure it’ll be great if y’all give your support.
The game provides three backgrounds of which the MC is subjected into. These three will unlock the motivations of WHY you’d commit murder.
- The rich background is motivated by man’s curiousity brought upon being bored in life. (True Psychopath Background)
- The middle-class background is motivated by the death of his/her mother in the hands of questionable authority figures.
- The poor-class background is motivated by the influence of Loan Sharks–and how his/her life got ruined.
The game lets you choose moral dilemmas that question your standards.
The MC’s skill system will be stemmed YOUR choices during his past. The main abilities are as follows:
- As of August 2, 2020, the WIP has been updated with background, achievements, and stats.
Feel free to check out the story! https://dashingdon.com/play/xeyrin/double-cross/mygame/
Please do fill out a survey regarding the game’s development after you have tried out the WIP. Your answers will be extremely helpful moving forwards!
If you have any criticisms, suggestions, pesky bugs that need to be squashed, please please please do tell us.
Thank you for following the development of Double Cross.