Legacy Interactive also announced today the availability of an online demo for Law & Order II: Double or Nothing. The demo gives players a first look at the sequel by allowing them to uncover the first clues of the case. Game-play begins as players arrive with Detective Lennie Briscoe to search the crime scene and collect evidence. The clues lead players to three key witnesses, the crime lab and medical examiner’s office, each providing crucial pieces of the investigation. Players are also invited to compare their scores with game players and compete for the top sleuth spot on the demo. The demo can be found at on our fileservers.
“We’ve been able to create a new standard of quality for our Law & Order computer game franchise, in both aesthetics and substantive game play,” said Ariella Lehrer, President of Legacy Interactive. “The game’s compelling plot, beautiful graphics, intriguing puzzles and enhanced animation, have been raised to a new level in Law & Order II: Double or Nothing.”
Featuring accurate depictions of the award-winning Law & Order television franchise, complete with celebrity voiceovers from stars Jerry Orbach, Elisabeth Röhm and S. Epatha Merkerson. Law & Order II: Double or Nothing offers players the chance to explore the intricate worlds of criminal investigation and legal prosecution. With game play divided between the investigation and trial, the player experiences the storyline from a variety of angles. In the detective role, the player uncovers clues leading to the murder of an esteemed scientist found shot to death in his car in midtown Manhattan. As Assistant District Attorney, the player prepares a case against the defendant and takes to the courtroom, hoping to convince a jury to return a guilty verdict. Including improved graphics, new puzzle challenges and a variety of enhanced gameplay features, Law & Order II: Double or Nothing delivers an in-depth mystery adventure experience.