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ESRB Rating: T (Teen 13+) i
Mild Language
Use of Alcohol
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A group of strangers receive a curious invitation from enigmatic inventor Nikola Tesla, offering each of them the chance to make amends for their darkest wrongdoings. When the last guest arrives at Tesla's isolated mansion laboratory, they find him dead – murdered. Disgraced Swedish detective, Gustaf Gustav, vows to find the killer amongst the other guests: a blind butler, a convicted murderer, the world's most famous actress, Tesla's former assistant, the son of a wealthy railroad magnate, and rival inventor Thomas Edison. But none of these people are what they seem.

The Invisible Hours is a complex murder mystery in VR in the style of immersive theater, in which players freely explore and observe an intricate web of interwoven stories within a sprawling mansion - in order to untangle the dark truth at its heart. As a player, you're completely immersed in the stories unfolding around you. Invisible to the cast, you have the unique experience of following and observing anyone at any time and self-exploring the mansion freely for hidden clues.



- The Victim –

“The scientist's dream is to know the result before the experiment.”

World famous inventor, futurist and arch rival of Thomas Edison. Until a few months ago, Tesla was a flamboyant socialite – regularly seen charming potential investors at the finest restaurants in the city. And then suddenly, he cut ties with everyone. He stopped taking visitors, and fired his long-time assistant, Flora White. He became a recluse overnight, never leaving the workshop in his mansion, and no one knows why.

Soon after, Tesla advertised for a new assistant – with one strange condition: they must be blind. Oliver Swan was the only applicant. Tesla hired him immediately. Whatever Tesla was working on, he didn't want to risk letting anyone see it.


- The Detective -

“A real detective doesn't make mistakes.”

Once known as the inspiration for the mystery novel “The Detective So Good They Named Him Twice”, these days this renowned Swedish Investigator is unemployed, bankrupt and alcoholic. He retired from police work in disgrace after an infamous killer convinced Gustaf of his innocence - whereupon Gustaf released him from custody. The killer went on to murder nine more people before he was finally recaptured.

Gustaf is haunted by his mistake, and has vowed never to make it again. No matter what.


- Tesla's Ex-Assistant–

How did the murderer know Tesla's gun was empty?

Flora has never been more alone: her husband only recently died at war, and when Tesla suddenly removed himself from public life, he immediately fired his assistant - Flora - much to her confusion. As a result, she has fallen on hard times, and has returned to Tesla's island to beg for her job back. She doesn't belong in this nest of snakes, but she is desperate.


- Rival Inventor -

I am the father of modern age.

Self-proclaimed genius Thomas Edison is already known as the “Wizard of Menlo Park” thanks to his latest creation: the Phonograph. But what his adoring public don't know is that Edison stole the idea. Desperate to hide his crime, he travelled to the island when Tesla implied he was aware of Edison's wrongdoings.

Could Edison have murdered Tesla to hide the truth?


- Wealthy Layabout -

“Never has a man been worth so much, and achieved so little”

Son and heir to the richest family in England, the Vanderbergs, Augustus has never had to work a day in his life. He loves women, booze, and any pleasure he can get his hands on. And yet, he is quietly tortured by his need to impress his stoic father, Marcus Vanderberg - a legendary British engineer and railroad magnate.

Augustus once had an older brother who drowned when they were children. His father still mourns “the better son”. Perhaps Augustus' interest in Tesla is part of an effort to finally impress his father?


- The Blind Butler -

“Everything in this house is a matter of discretion.”

Once a slave in Zanzibar, Swan escaped to the United States where he finds himself as an 'indentured servant' - perhaps not much of a change after all; made especially painful since he abandoned his young son to get there.

Swan was born blind, making him the strange but ideal candidate to become Tesla's new assistant. After all, what Tesla wanted most was to keep his secrets safe from prying eyes.

Did Swan learn something about Tesla that could have motivated him to commit murder?


- Ex-Convict & Murderer -

People lie because they're afraid. And I ain't afraid of nothin'

Mundy is a murderer. Twenty six years ago, he killed his wife in cold blood when he found her sleeping with another man. He was convicted thanks to the testimony of his own young daughter Mary. In all the years he spent incarcerated, he became obsessed with taking revenge against his daughter. Mundy is a man of strange contrast: a vicious killer, yet also a God-fearing art lover.

Killing is easy to a man like him. But why would he murder Tesla?


- Actress & Celebrity -

“If you don't have secrets, you're terribly dull.”

World-famous stage actress and member of the Comédie-Française in Paris. Bernhardt is one of the biggest celebrities of the age. She made her fame on the stages of France in the early 1870s, and was soon in demand in Europe and the Americas. She has developed a reputation as a serious dramatic actress, earning the nickname The Divine Sarah, and was the first woman in history to play Hamlet on film. For years, she has been dogged by rumours that she is secretly a high class courtesan, but she doesn't care.

Being mixed up in a murder investigation is quite a thrill to her - could she have killed Tesla just to make life a little less boring?

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yes but it is harder to move and pick up objects to interact with them. It still works but the game runs a lot better with the move controllers.

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Great Game!
Zebulun Paul Cummings
1 year ago
This game was much better than expected, based on the price. It has a great story that you have to explore in multiple scenarios and an update for the game adds a non-VR mode for people who are tired of the headset or who want to play but don't have one.
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1 year ago
Couldn't play because of no control map in options.
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Who shot the sheriff
Mark Ickes
1 year ago
Different kind of game... Almost like a dinner mystery...
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4.0 Verified Purchaser
Quiet, slow, but fun and interesting to play.
2 years ago
A relatively short game, that you need to rewind and go though all the characters to see what happens. It's a neat perspective though as you get to see all sorts of stuff.
Length of ownership: 3 months
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good story, average graphics
2 years ago
The graphics are average, but I was entertained by the story.
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4.0 Verified Purchaser
Definitely worth a go
2 years ago
It's a fun game, but not for everyone. If you are looking for an action title, this one isn't for you. If you like a slower paced, but still enjoyable game, get this one.
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1.0 Verified Purchaser
Waste of time
2 years ago
Didn't care for it at all. You basically have to follow people around and listen in on conversations to figure out the mystery.
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It is a decent game.
2 years ago
It is a decent game. For me the graphics are good so far. I haven't played it very long but it seems to start out somewhat slow. It might pick up as the game goes on.
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Good concept but...
2 years ago
The graphics could be better and the gameplay "stuttered" wasnt fluid. I like the time shifting/ghost concept. But to beat the game wasnt a logical way, you kind of had to happen across it. I also think the underground could have been leveraged better in the game plot (trying not to give it away for new players) and more of Tesla at the end.
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Kicking it old school
2 years ago
If you were a fan of The 7th guest and it's sequel The 11th Hour. You'll enjoy this fun throwback to simpler time of horror mystery with a twist.
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