Finally got around to this one. It is marvelously fun. It is logical, has no silly "find-and-use-it" children's stuff and no self-congratulatory pop-ups to break the wall. More like an Adventure game than a Casual. A couple of HO-ish scenes, but even those were a twist on the idea. I have finished the first chapter of the two in this set, have been carried along by the story, and have laughed aloud at the endless noir clichés of the main character's conversations and internal musings. Like many heroes in that genre, he gets blown up, pushed off a cliff, trapped in an inferno, shot at, sabotaged and knocked unconscious repeatedly, but never seems the slightest bit discomfited by it.
The game includes Chapter One and Chapter Two. I guess when I finish it, I need to look up a Chapter Three, if there is one? I have forgotten the chatter about this game that occurred last year.