Conclusion: A supernatural mystery game set in the most mythologized state in the Union is bound to pique the interest of most adventure fans, but the lack of polish, frustrating controls, lifeless environments and frequent crashes make this one Louisiana you may want to consider not purchasing.
Excerpt: Louisiana Adventure is a game that promises to be good: it’s an adventure game set in early 1900s-era Louisiana. There’s murder, mystery, and potential supernatural elements. The cover art looks pretty fantastic, and there promises to be a lot of action and fun. You play as Katie, a Bureau of Special Investigation employee who is assigned to a case where three people have been brutally murdered.
Excerpt: Louisiana Adventure is a contemporary point-and-click adventure game from Austrian developer SilverPlay Entertainment. Originally titled Louisiana: Mystery Cases, the game was initially announced back in 2009 by developer Infinion Production. In 2011, the project was acquired by SilverPlay Entertainment and subsequently redesigned for release under the new title name.