One day Charlotte May, 8- year-old girl, strangely disappears from Dahlia View causing retired detective Robert Conway to start looking into the reasons behind her disappearance. Set in the 1950’s this enthralling observational mystery, has Robert looking at everyone in a new light. Observe his neighbors from his apartment window and soon you too will want to solve the disappearance of Charlotte May.
White Paper Games, the creators of The Occupation and Ether One, hope to lead you on a story-driven mystery that will have you hanging on to every word. With Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View, experience an tense and emotional story, out on Nov. 2, 2021. Exploring the residents of Dahlia View, solving puzzles to discover new evidence, profile suspects to piece together your investigation. Planning on picking this one up at any digital store; from Steam, Xbox Store, PlayStation Store, and even your Nintendo Switch should have this “whodunnit” mystery. Start off by using your camera and spying on the neighbors before long the tension gets increased by getting up close with his neighbors. Will you be able to tell the difference between a truth and a lie. Just how far with someone go to keep you from find out the truth.
Robert Conway used to be a private investigator and now he is ready for his next big case, as he gets to relive his glory days one last time. Questioning his neighbors and desperate to find the little girl before it is too late. Every place has it’s own nightmare and it seems Dahlia View is no different. Conway begins to ask himself the very questions you will start to as well, do you really know your so-called neighbors. Soon he realizes that he would get more information if he leaves the comfort of his window side comfort and explores the neighborhood from his trusty wheelchair. Will you have enough time to solve this mystery or will you too laid awake at night, wondering who disturbed this once peaceful little town with the act of abduction.