My Little Investigations Case 2 – Open Recruitment

Despite their ups and down, is Equestrian Dreamers, the team behind the ambitious My Little Investigations project, still alive and kicking! Well, trying their darnedest at least. This little Ace Attorney-inspired fan game is in a dire state, recruiting animators and voice actors.
As refered to in their blog post on the matter, after a case of fleeting voice actors, they are in need of actors for characters including Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash. There are plenty to try out for, if you are willing to go for a project already well on it’s way, if you want to lend your voice or artistic skills as a potential part of the team.
They can explain what they are and what they are working on better themselves below.
My Little Investigations is a video game featuring the characters and settings from the TV show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and featuring gameplay inspired by the video game Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth. Within the game, players play as Twilight Sparkle, who plays the part of an crime-solving investigator in Equestria. During the course of the game, she must investigate crime scenes for evidence, question and interrogate ponies who either were witnesses or otherwise know something relevant to the crime, and ultimately confront the culprit and prove that that pony did it.
This is for case 2:
MLI is a visual novel fangame that prides itself on being a quality mystery story that respects the show's canons as best as possible.
Why My Little Investigations?
One of the primary goals at Equestrian Dreamers is the desire to bring Equestria to life, such that players playing through our games really feel as though they’re part of Equestria while they play them. Inter-character relationships and interactions are one of the biggest strengths in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, so we really wanted to involve players in those interactions in a meaningful fashion. Given that the Ace Attorney series’ gameplay very nicely facilitates precisely that kind of inter-character interactions, since it requires players to have detailed conversations and confrontations with the characters within the game, it really seemed like a very natural fit the more we thought about it.
Go check out their site,, and their open casting call here,, if any of this remotely catches your attention

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