NEONnoir Boxed Set

The Gutter is a dangerous place, and Blake Steel returns to the world of NEONnoir in a box! A game box, to be exact! Not only will you find new art, bug fixes, and an Italian translation in this box, but you’ll also get a manual, the game across four floppy disk, stickers, and bit of Coral of you very own (our lawyers advised us to make sure it was just a USB drive with the game data, rather then the cybernetic drug of the Gutter).

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Welcome to NEONnose: the canine detective adventure game that will take you on a thrilling and humorous journey through a cyberpunk city. You play as Daisy, a lovable and determined dog who wakes up one day to find her owner, Blake Steel, has gone missing. With no one else to turn to, Daisy takes it upon herself to become a detective and track down her beloved human.

While NEONnose is a self-parody of NEONnoir, it is a short standalone game and it doesn’t require you to have played its inspiration to enjoy this one. However, if you have, you might find a few familiar faces!

As a bonus, the game is now fully voice acted!


The acid rain washed the city’s neon blood into the Gutter; home for those who ran out of options.

The Gutter wasn’t just a cliche metaphor, it was the city’s most ruthless and dangerous district. Few chose to live there willingly; when your credits ran dry, there was nowhere else to go.

When Danni Ashton went missing, her worried father came to you for help. Can I find her before it’s too late?


NEONnoir was initially created for the Amiga Blitz Basic Game Jam, where it earned first place and became the judges’ pick. It was a humbling experience, and I’m proud of how it turned out.

Inspired by Blade Runner, Rise of the Dragon, and the Tex Murphy series, NEONnoir is a cyberpunk adventure set in the backdrop of the neon-stained slums of the Gutter in an indeterminate far-off future. You’re placed in the shoes of Blake Steel, a private investigator trying to make ends meet who is offered a large sum of money to find a man’s missing daughter, Danni.

Danni has fallen in with a tough crowd and is addicted to the latest designer drug: Coral. Unlike conventional drugs, Coral is entirely digital and only affects those with cybernetic implants, but who made it, and where does it come from?

It’s time to hit the streets and find some answers. Good luck!