PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

D’Avekki Studios launched a Lovecraftian-inspired FMV game titled The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker earlier this year on PC, and it now holds an extremely positive rating on Steam. Nowadays, Wales Interactive, who’ve published previous FMV games on consoles such as The Bunker along with Late Shift, revealed that They’ve partnered with the previous developer to attract The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker to PS4, Xbox One, along with Nintendo Switch next spring.

For those of you that aren’t conscious, players control a psychiatrist who is hoping to solve a murder case whilst caring for the messed up patients of Doctor Dekker, who died. The game enables players enter phrases and their own questions to the game to be able to receive responses from individuals. This mechanic has been altered in the console release to instead allow players pick to streamline things, though players will nonetheless be able to type their own queries should they attach a computer keyboard.

Also keep the experience fresh and the murderer is selected randomly to avoid spoilers. There are also multiple distinct stories with numerous distinct endings for players to encounter, so The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker appears to be fairly deep to get an FMV game.

David Banner, Co-Founder and Managing Director at Wales Interactive, had the following to say regarding publishing the game:

Our previous interactive film titles, Late Shift along with The Bunker, have been very well received and our growing community of FMV fans have expressed a desire for us to publish more of these titles. TIMODD is another wonderful example of a contemporary FMV game and we’re delighted to collaborate with D’Avekki Studios to deliver this title to a broader audience.”

You can have a look at a trailer and a number of screenshots of the game under.

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