Classical Detective Game ‘Hauma’ Available to Try on Steam From June 13

Those looking for a new gum-shoe detective game may want to consider taking a look at SenAm Games’ “Hauma.” Described as a “fact-fiction deduction point-and-click adventure,” Hauma follows former detective Judith as she roots out a conspiracy among the upper-crust of Munich. Presented in comic book style with fully-voiced characters, players will need to gather clues, make deductions and connect the dots in order to get to the bottom of whatever is going on and get Judith to the end of story in one piece.

SenAm Games intends for Hauma to be an episodic project not too dissimilar from the likes of TellTale’s The Walking Dead, so fans will likely have more game to look forward to following its initial release later this year. Hauma will be available to try on Steam as of June 13, but those eager to get their hands on it can head over to itch.io and try a ten-minute demo after signing up for the developer’s newsletter. This demo apparently serves as prologue to the main story, so it should help players get used to the world as well as set expectations for the proper game. Want an even quicker preview? Then why not take a moment to have a look at the initial announcement trailer?

Hauma is currently set to release for PC in Q4 of this year.