Move Support Patched Into Blue Toad Murder Files

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Already available in Europe since right before Christmas, Relentless Software’s PlayStation Move patch for Blue Toad Murder Files has gone live in the US as of Thursday. Now, if you have a Move wand, you can solve tricky logic puzzles and finger the villain in the episodic PSN adventure series easier than ever before.

Keep in mind that Blue Toad Murder Files is no collection of mini-games, so don’t expect any waggle gimmickry from this patch. Instead, the Move simply grants you the power of ‘point, click and drag’ control over the game’s selection cursor, so in effect it’s like playing with a PC mouse. Having played through a handful of puzzles myself to test it out, I already prefer it to the regular DualShock. The cursor speed is slower than I would like, and as far as I can tell there isn’t an option in the calibration process to adjust the speed/sensitivity. But regardless, in this type of game it feels more natural pointing at the screen to drag puzzles pieces into place and select answers.

So if you have a Move and need something new to play, give Blue Toad Murder Files a look. And if you already own the series, go back and replay it, this time with a glowy motion controller in hand!

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