The McCarthy Chronicles is an excellent narrative-based noir-style game made with the Adventure Game Studio engine that I found while digging through Gamejolt for downloadable games. The screenshots struck me as rather depressing, and I love depressing games. Generally, I do not like noir-style black and white games, but this one I love because the black and white adds a sad, washed-out feel to the game, and I feel like the game wouldn't be the same if it was in color. The game has a lot of voice acting, and as such requires that sound be turned on, because not all of the dialogue has subtitles. It is in an isometric semi-3D style, and is a very high-quality, if short game. The game is a lot of fun to play, and it has a very dark, depressive undertone. The game's ending (I won't spoil it for you) confirms that undertone. This game was released a few years ago, and it is free to download off of Gamejolt. The game's title suggests an Episode 2, but as far as I know, the developer, Calin Leafshade (not really sure if this is the developer, but it was one of the credited names) has not released a sequel to this game. I would definitely recommend that you play this game for yourself! You can find the game here.