Mudlarks - Classic point and click adventure title with a hint of quirkiness!

For those interested in classic point and click adventure titles with a hint of quirkiness then Mudlarks might be for you. The developer describes it as having elements of 'science fiction' and the 'supernatural', but judging from the looking at the game, I'd also say a good dose of humour too.

"A mysterious point and click adventure game... a tale of friendship, the supernatural and unravelled secrets"
Your name is Winston. You are very much a regular, normal chap - living in London with your girlfriend and holding down a 9 to 5 office job. Among your various hobbies, you are a mudlarker. That is, the practice of combing the shore of the River Thames for historically interesting objects that may have gone underwater hundreds of years ago. One day, you and your co-mudlarker Vincent stumble upon what appears to be a valuable golden locket - and your destiny is changed forever. Two days after the find, Vincent disappears on the shore, leaving only the locket behind...
What follows is an atmospheric dialogue and puzzle driven adventure game, bringing together elements of science fiction with a strong supernatural theme as you undertake your quest to find your friend and unravel many secrets along the way. Winston finds himself as an ordinary man in a very extraordinary situation...
  • Over 40 locations to explore
  • A mysterious and complex plot set in modern day London
  • A cast of over 40 intriguing characters
  • A full length adventure game experience - hours of gameplay
  • Thousands of lines of dialog
  • Moments of spookiness
  • Over 60 inventory items
  • Virtual mudlarking - yes, that is a thing now!

The game is available to try out now for free!

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