Assemble Entertainment Announces Lovecraftian Interactive Horror Story The Innsmouth Case for Spring 2020
Crack the Case and Save the Girl…It’s the Only Way to Survive Innsmouth!
WIESBADEN, GERMANY (JANUARY 30, 2020) — Publisher Assemble Entertainment, best known for point-and-click adventure Leisure Suit Larry – Wet Dreams Don’t Dry, and developer Robot Pumpkin Games, today announced The Innsmouth Case, a choose-your-own-adventure game set in the mysterious and foreboding Lovecraft universe. Scheduled for a Spring 2020 release on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android, The Innsmouth Case takes players on a truly harrowing and fantastical journey where nothing is what it seems.
To solve the enigmatic disappearance of little Tabitha Marsh, the most clever detective is not only wanted but desperately needed. Unfortunately, that particular detective is busy, so the case goes to you! Pack your belongings and prepare to head to the remote fishing village of Innsmouth, as The Innsmouth Case awaits!
“With a title so unique, we couldn’t wait to get the news out about The Innsmouth Case,” said Assemble Entertainment CEO Stefan Marcinek. “Whether you’re a diehard fan of Lovecraft’s storytelling universe, or simply enjoy all things strange and unusual, you’ll find something to love in the game.”
Features of The Innsmouth Case include:
- Become one with the Lovecraftian world around you, as each and every decision you make has a permanent effect on the ongoing story
- The “interactive book” styled gameplay captivates with its perfect blend of offbeat humor and classic horror
- Your fate is entirely in your hands; a total of 27 possible endings are to be discovered. Are you saving the day – or are your days in Innsmouth, and the world, numbered?
- Explore 21st century Innsmouth, talk to more than 20 animated characters and solve the mystery of the disappearance of Tabitha Marsh
The Innsmouth Case features a mix of horror and humor, making it the first scary-comedy-text-adventure of its kind. A game in which every decision counts, and there is far more than one way to successfully solve the case … or fail miserably.