Today, Bad Goat Studios announced that its point-and-click adventure game Henry Mosse & the Wormhole Conspiracy will be released later this year on Steam. The game will feature a comedic style reminiscent of Saturday morning cartoons as well as a host of innovative puzzles in an all-ages environment.
Australian developer Bad Goat Studios has announced its new retro sci-fi adventure title Henry Mosse & the Wormhole Conspiracy will be coming to PC via Steam. The interplanetary coming-of-age story takes players on the adventure of Henry Mosse, a goofball teenager, and his family. Henry’s family runs a galactic delivery business and when an opportunity comes up, they take a voyage to Cape Coocoo. Along the way they find themselves at the center of a cosmic conspiracy.
The game is a comic-like cartoon with comedic adventure and shenanigans for players of all ages with a story full of thrills and excitement. In addition to its story, the game has an interactive score that progressively reacts to a player’s journey. Players will also encounter the game’s important approach to diversity and representation throughout the game.
Henry Mosse & the Wormhole Conspiracy is a point-and-click game that includes mind-challenging puzzles, quick-thinking action, and an easy-to-follow story.
A full list of features include:
In-depth puzzles that cater to different styles of play.
An interactive score for players to progress with enthralling sounds.
An array of useful gadgets and equipment to help navigate the game and its puzzles.
A universe to explore with more than 40 gorgeous environments and 40 characters to meet along the way.
Beautifully directed cutscenes that will captivate players.
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