Posts Tagged ‘Okam Studio’

Occult Comedy: Dog Mendonça & Pizzaboy Released

It’s better if I tell you right away, so we can mourn and move on together. Dog Mendonça isn’t actually a dog, and the game doesn’t revolve around pizza. I know, I’m disappointed too. And hungry. You cannot mention pizza and then not deliver. Sigh.

What The Interactive Adventures of Dog Mendonça & Pizzaboy [official site] actually is: a comedy point-and-click adventure with gorgeous hand-drawn environments and animations, about investigating cases dealing in the occult. It’s out now on Windows, Mac and Linux, and there are supernatural ways to get a demo.

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Occult Detectives: Dog Mendonça & Pizza Boy Kickstarting

Chillaxing with a gargoyle's head and a demon in a child's body.

You get the idea: magic is real and so are ghosts and ghoulies and monsters and Lisbon is full of ’em and you’re the sidekick to a werewolf occult detective. I haven’t read the comic book that Kickstarting adventure game The Interactive Adventures of Dog Mendonça & Pizza Boy is based on, but it’s a simple premise and I’m glad the demo they’ve got out drops you straight into this rather than blab on. Things are weird and kind of funny, and you need to collect items and combine them and solve puzzles for reasons you don’t fully understand. It’s worth a play, even just to smile at how pretty it is.

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