Art of Murder: Hunt for the Puppeteer
Art of Murder: Hunt for the Puppeteer is a point & click video game developed by the City Interactive, and is the second game in the Art of Murder series. The game centers around FBI Agent Nicole Bonnet, who must find the serial killer that leaves behind mysterious figurines wearing 18th century clothing after killing innocent people.
The following weapons appear in the video game Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny:
The Beretta 92FS is used by the assassin on the bridge and later by Nicole in the climax of the game.
Trivia: This is the only game on the Art of Murder series where Nicole does not use a Glock as her weapon of choice.
One Colt M1911A1 pistols is used by the serial killer's brother at the cemetery. A nickel plated variant can be seen in an alternative scene, after failing a crucial objective.
Swedish Nagant M1887 revolver
A revolver that appears to be the Swedish Nagant M1887 can be seen in a safe. When Nicole opens the safe and spots the revolver, she says: "Swedish Browning, 19th century probably."
An extremely rare combination of M16 rifles can be seen in this game: The New Orleans SWAT team uses M16A4 rifles fitted with Vietnam-era handguards and 20-round magazines. Their rifles are also fitted with weapon lights.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3/A5
An MP5 submachine gun with retractable buttstock can be seen on a concept art in the hands of a SWAT officer during the end credits. It was planned that the SWAT officers will use MP5's but that idea was later dropped for the favor of the hybrid M16.
The gun poster seen in the prequel makes a short "cameo" appearance in this game too.
An unknown pistol can be seen in the holster of a French police officer. (It could be a Glock 17.)