Glimpse is an action-adventure puzzle-based platform-style game developed by Compulsion Games and published by Focus Home Interactive. It's a spin-off of the 2013 video game, Contrast


During the event of Contrast, a twelve-year-old girl named Aimee Durand who loves to go on an adventure with a former ballerina-turned-chemist named Claudette Bonneville at the city of Paris. They meet a gendarme named Joseph Allard who helps them to get the money so they want to buy more chemicals.

But when the mysterious serial killer appeared around Paris, Aimee, Claudette, and Joseph must team up to stop the killer before it's too late.







  • Aimee Durand (voiced by Teale Bishopric) - A twelve-year-old girl who lives with her mother. She also has an imaginary friend named Kitty.  
  • Claudette Bonneville (voiced by Charlotte Hope) A chemist who loves to sing and dance due to her dreams became true.
  • Gendarme Joseph Allard (voiced by Tony Robinow) - A French policeman who takes care of Aimée and Claudette after been rescued. He is also a member of Les Sûreté Nationale.
  • Floria Collier (voiced by Katherine Kingsley) - She is the daughter of businessman Gilbert Collier and singer Gia Collier who is the singer at Les Allée and the best friend of singer Amitee Durand. Floria became Joseph's love interest. Floria is also femme fatale due to seducing men.
  • Detective Andrew Jones (voiced by Alex Wyndham) - He is a private detective who remembers his past about his life in America.
  • Vincent Wilson (voiced by Bruce Dinsmore) - He is a famous violinist who knows for touring around the world during performing.
  • Andy Hopper (voiced by Harry Baxendale) He is the boyfriend of Aimee, who is the brother of Mary Hopper.
  • Amitee Durand (voiced by Vanessa Matsui) - She is the mother of Aimee who is a singer at Les Allée. Amitee has a friend named Floria Collier who also works at Les Allée.
  • Micheal Durand (voiced by Michael Shaeffer) - He is the famous artist who is the uncle of Aimee, brother of Amitee and brother-in-law of John.
  • Jackson Boston (voiced by Julian Casey) - He is the hornist who takes care of his pet cat while at home. Jackson is also the partner of Vincent and a member.



  • Terance James (voiced by TBD) - A serial killer of Italian singer Gia Collier and the true main antagonist of the game.
  • Gilbert Collier (voiced by Stephen Boxer) - A fifty-one-year-old Italian businessman who sells the illegal drugs to drug lords and his henchmen. He is the false main antagonist in the game until Terance James takes over the role.
  • Rupert Smith (voiced by Allan James Cooke) - The leader of Collier's who obeys the orders from his first boss.
  • Gangsters (voiced by Graham Fletcher, Julian Casey) - They are the group of American mafia who service their bosses Rupert and Gilbert.
  •   Kyle Smiter (voiced by Michael McGrady) - He is the partner of Pierce and Andrew who used to be worked together until they found out that Kyle was actually who worked for Terance James and sell blackmails to the gangsters.
  •   Ally Lance (voiced by Erika Heynatz) - She is the childhood friend of Andy and Gia who is now a jewel thief and works for Terance James.
  •   Lillian Richards (voiced by Amelia Tyler) - A gold digger who seduces men and works for Terance James. She is the rival of Floria Collier since high school.
  •   Jonathan Griffin (voiced by TBD) - He is an art thief who worked for Terance James and Rupert Smith.
  •   Walter Sterling (voiced by TBD) - An imaginary engineer who build a giant robot from his garage that Aimee drew on the picture.
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Returning Characters

  • Didi Knight
  • Dawn
  • Johnny Fenris
  • Kat Knight
  • Vincenzo
  • Carmine and Galvio


  • Dodo ??? (voiced by TBD)
  • Carmen Rides (voiced by TBD)
  • Rita Thompson (voiced by TBD)
  • Oliver ??? (voiced by TBD)
  • Sam ??? (voiced by TBD)
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  • This game is similar to Contrast.
    • They both set in Paris, France.
    • They both have younger female protagonists (Didi and Aimee) and older female protagonists (Dawn and Claudette).
    • They are both aesthetically inspired by Belle Epoque and Art Nouveau.
    • They both have the same music.
    • They are both published by the same French video game company (Focus Home Interactive).
    • They both have the same animation style.
    • They both have the same gameplay.
    • They both have the same cutscenes.
  • Glimpse is inspired by Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises and Nana (1926).
    • It is also inspired by The Lover and Bonjour Tristesse.
  • This game will be about a girl who follows her dreams in Paris to become a police officer.
  • Due to the unreal engine has been changed, this game's animation was a bit different from Contrast's.
  • This is the second Compulsion Games game that set in 1920's Paris and aesthetically inspired by Belle Epoque and Art Nouveau. The other is in Contrast.
  • Joseph Allard inspired by a French army officer and statesman Charles de Gaulle.
  • Originally, this game is going to be survival horror but it changed to puzzle platform.
  • The posters from Contrast have returned.
  • This game is based on Contrast, Life is Strange, and L.A. Noire.
  • The characters from Contrast have returned.
  • This game is a bit mixed of Contrast, L.A. Noire, and Life is Strange.
  • This game will be about a girl who dreams of becoming a police officer.
  • The voice actors of Contrast, L.A. Noire, and We Happy Few has returned.
  • This game will be like Contrast because it has the same
  • According to one of the crew, Glimpse is one of the most popular video game since Contrast.
  • Glimpse is one of the few games who is actually become popular
  • The game will combine Contrast, L.A. Noire, and Life is Strange.
  • The locations from Contrast has returned.
  • The game will be a part of the "Contrast" universe.
  • When the fans want the previous characters to be added, the developers eventually agreed with the fans that they will bring the Contrast characters back.
  • Sometimes, the game was been released during ???.
  • This and Contrast shared the universe due to been connected together.
  • This is the first time that Compulsion to have a crossover video game since Super Smash Bros.
  • Unlike Contrast, Glimpse has visible blood, actual guns, actual deaths, and characters are not shadowed.


  • Kat's song from Contrast can be heard on a gramophone at Aimee's room.
  • A poster of Kat Knight and the Amazing Vincenzo can be in the street of Paris.
  • Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien can be heard on a gramophone at Joseph's room.
  • There's a picture of Didi Knight can be seen at the fridge.
  • The bottle of Joy can be seen in the medical store.
    • Mood booths can also be seen at the streets.
  • A picture of Charles de Gaulle can be seen at Les Sûreté Nationale.
  • Happy masks of Bobby, Wellie/Wellette, Crier, and Joy Doctor can be seen at the costume shop.
  • One of the gendarmes looks like Philippe Pétain, Joseph Joffre, Ferdinand Foch and Robert Nivelle.
  • The poster of Carmen can be seen in the theater called Le Chien.
  • The poster of Cendrillon can be seen in Le Chien.
  • The poster of Manon can be seen in Le Chien.
  • The characters from Contrast can be seen around the city of Paris.
    • However, they still be playable characters during the game.
  • A picture of Didi's parents can be seen at Knight's house.
  • The poster of Vincenzo and Dawn can be seen at Claudette's room.

Tie-ins and Promotions

  • Compulsion Games make action figures (such as Aimee Durand).
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