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Murder Files goes free, 'pay what you want' until December 31st
Posted: 03.12.2013 11:33 by Simon Priest Comments: 0
Independent studio Relentless Software has removed the mandatory price tag from Murder Files as they kick off a 'pay what you want' campaign, with 20% of proceeds going to charity GamesAid.

CEO Andrew Eades admits it's "an experiment as much as anything" and didn't want price to block PC gamers from discovering Murder Files. This could happen more in the future.

Murder Files is a murder mystery puzzle adventure, and was released episodically in late 2009 for PS3 through the PlayStation Store. It came to PC in late 2010.

“Murder Files has been a huge success on PSN, iOS and Kindle Fire already so we wanted to offer it again to PC players. But we didn’t want price to be a blocker for people. We also saw an opportunity to raise some money for GamesAid by allowing people to pay if they want," said Eades from Relentless.

"It’s an experiment as much as anything but I hope more people get to enjoy our games like this in future.”

Check out the official Murder Files website to get the game free, or to pay what you want.

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