Madrid Noir - Quest VR

Madrid Noir
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About Madrid Noir

About this game

This game is for Oculus/Meta Quest & Quest 2 VR devices, and will be redeemed via your associated Facebook/Meta/Oculus account. Full redemption instructions can be found here.

Madrid Noir is a 45-minute mystery adventure that unfolds across two acts in this VR film.

After her estranged uncle is declared dead, a disenchanted young woman arrives in Madrid to empty the apartment that he left behind. Lola is soon compelled to dig into her memories, where she'll pick up her uncle's shadowy trail and attempt to piece together the puzzles of the past. Staged as an awe-inspiring theatre production, this charming escapade plays out across a city that lives in the night, a Madrid now lost to time.

Take a heavy pinch of classic noir, blend it with a bucket load of gleeful animation and mix it all up with interactivity that invites you to explore and uncover clues from Lola’s past –  and you've got the recipe for a story you won't soon forget!

Developed by No Ghost and Produced by Atlas V, the team that brought you Battlescar and Gloomy Eyes. Madrid Noir premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2021 and Annecy Film Festival 2021.

Game Details

Release Date:
June 30, 2021
No Ghost
Atlas V
Supported Languages:
English +
VR support

VR Support

Required or Optional
VR Required

VR Requirements

System Requirements:
Space Required 815 MB
Supports Quest
Supports Quest 2
Supports Oculus Touch
Internet connection not required

YouTube Videos

Madrid Noir - Behind The Scenes - Part 4:...

July 13, 2021

Why is their uncle so sneaky? Madrid Noir, PT. 1...

January 20, 2023

Larbi Ben Barek Skills--

September 16, 2022
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