You are Bixby, an agent within the bureaucratic metropolis known as the Ministry Of Order. As Lounge District's go-to detective, take a stroll through a retro-future so analog it'll make your head spin.
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Release Date: Aug 2, 2016

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August 2, 2016

An Important Message From CD Jones

I am writing this message to issue a most sincere apology to those whom have generously waited for subtitle support. It is with great regret to inform those supporters that Door To Door will NOT be getting subtitle support. Why is that?

Door To Door is built on an older version of the Unreal Development Kit Beta. This differs from the Unreal 3 source code. Upon trial and error, research and development of English subtitles; it was discovered this exact technical issue has been prevalent of several beta engine formats this old. Keep in mind, this sort of issue does not happen anymore. The migration to another engine will not be taking place.

For those seeking some compensation, I understand. The least I can do is supply every last one of you with a compiled Door To Door game script. This script includes ALL the important voice dialogue in the game including canceled content such as radio dialogue. It is 153 pages.

I will also be remaining the price of $6.99USD or regional equivalent for final release.

Today, Door To Door will be getting its FINAL update.

This update includes;
1.) Increased distance on LOS Trigger in Case-File; "Low Freq Corn Syrup"

*The Game Dialogue is located here(at bottom of page):
https://sites.google.com/site/novelistcdjones/door-to-door-game

Thank you for your incredible support. Here I sign-off.

- Casey

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July 31, 2016

New to Door To Door? Drawer 1 Vs Drawer 2

Before Door To Door transitions into its final release, here is a little something new players may find helpful.

It is without a doubt that Door To Door will flush you into a large, free world with a lot to soak in.

The best initial approach into this world would be up to you. This decision is actually behind the Drawers as opposed to the Case-Files themselves. While the Drawer 1 Case-File; "Dogs With Shoes" will supply you the introduction, you may find out it is your not desired first approach.

What is the difference between Drawer 1 and Drawer 2?

Drawer 1 will actually expect more from the player. It will test their navigational and memory skills to learn the Lounge District. From riddles that define landmarks to clues that triangulate specific locations. Drawer 1 is more the route for those looking for this kind of challenge.

Drawer 2 is nearly completely different. It will expect less of the player's skills and mostly guide them through a more linear environment with potential hazards along the way. Every Case-File in Drawer 2 is home to a new, exclusive location that focus's on story. The stories told in Drawer 2 also do not heavily rely on previous knowledge from Drawer 1.

The Ministry Of Order and the world that surrounds it is full of answers. It's all up to you on how far you are willing to go to find them.

What were YOUR favorite Case-Files? Let me know!

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About This Game

Door to Door drops the player into the Lounge District of the Ministry of Order, an over-glorified bureaucratic metropolis full of Jazz and light. They will assume the role of an Agent named "Bixby", a detective whom works within the ministry in a department known as "Correction Pending". Bixby will be offered several cases involving a leisurely stroll through the dark but colorful and satirical setting the Ministry of Order offers. All you have to do is step outside your office to take a chaotic spin through a retro-future city inspired by Terry Gilliam's 1985 film, "Brazil".

Key Features

  • Welcome Back, Bixby: Play as Detective Bixby, Ministry Of Order's "Correction Pending" agent. Select from a varied list of "Case-Files" and experience something different every time.

  • Welcome to Lounge: Take your very own stroll through the Ministry Of Order's vibrant and bountiful Lounge District. Complete the objectives at your own pace and explore the environment to your leisure.

  • Pipe of A Different Color: The story of the Ministry Of Order only goes as deep as you want it to go. With various methods of exposition, you can unravel the truths that this place holds most dear.

  • My Pal, Charizmo: "Charizmo" is an assistance bot and friend of Bixby, whom when commanded from his respected station, can lead the player to several locations within the map.

  • The Synthetic Freeway: If you've had enough of the scenic route and want a little more versatility when completing objectives, all you have to do is step inside any of the few Bus Stations located throughout the map for instantaneous "fast-travel".

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual Core Processor 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX9 Compatible; AMD Radeon HD 6770/NVIDIA 550ti
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7 and above
    • Processor: Intel Quad Core Processor/AMD Hexacore
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX9 Compatible; AMD Radeon HD 7870, R9 270/ NVIDIA 670, 760
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
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