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Fester Mudd: Curse of the Gold
  • GENREAdventure
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Roused from a life of sloth to reunite with his long-lost brother in search of unimaginable riches, reluctant hero Fester Mudd somehow manages to be intrepid but cowardly, ambitious yet lazy, dimwitted but brilliant.

In Episode 1, Fester hits the trail to join his brother, Bud, in the downtrodden town of Loamsmouth. But when Bud is found to have mysteriously vanished, Fester realizes that the journey will be far longer and more treacherous than he bargained for…and he must enlist the aid of an experienced gunslinger to help him make his way through Indian territory to track down both his missing brother and the gold that awaits them both!

But gunslingers don’t come cheap…and Fester must find a way to convince him to join him on the perilous quest.

This Episode sees Fester exploring Loamsmouth and surrounding territories. Along the way, he’ll meet and deal with an assortment of Old West roughnecks, flim-flammers, and other larger-than-life characters…and give adventure game fans a huge blast from the past!
  • Lush graphics and vivid sound effects that bring the Old West to life!
  • Classic adventuring interface allowing for sophisticated interactions!
  • Branching dialogues!
  • Dozens of classic inventory-style puzzles!
  • Overhead map for quick travel between regions!
  • An original soundtrack that perfectly evokes the era of Old West and Old School Adventure Games!
  • Cliffhanger ending that teases the next game in the series!
  • Countless jokes, gags, and tips-of-the-hat to the golden-age adventures of Sierra and LucasArts!
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  1. Not bad I guess
    by lokababy, Spain - Feb 17th 2014

    This game has the same graphics than Monkey Island before it was remastered. But it was expensive for the time that it entertained me.

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  2. Not bad
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - Apr 23rd 2013

    The game has a deliberate retro style - the pont-and-click gameplay and pixelated look are part of its charm. The humour is of the farts and double entendres variety, but the puzzles are pretty good. I disagree with the reviewer who says there is an hour of gameplay: without undue delays, it took me about three hours, but (as we are fairly warned in the game description) this is only episode 1 in a series, so be prepared to have the story interrupted. It was entertaining and adequately challenging.

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  3. Classic Style! Brings back Memories of Point and Click Adventure Gaming
    by Razdin, USA - Mar 24th 2013

    If you don't know who Sierra and LucasArts are or what got them started, Due to being born in the 90's or not having a PC. It was classic point and click adventure games like this one! If I didn't know this was a tribute to the golden age of adventure gaming i'd think this came directly from it. Collecting inventory, creating little inventions and pin pointing when and where to use everything you gather. THIS GAME IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A PIXELED LOOK as to take back the veteran adventure gamers to a time when Indiana Jones FOA, Day of The Tentacle, Kings Quest, and more were top of the shelf, and sooo much fun...!! Yes this game even captures the humor and time displaced background objects of Monkey Island. Very entertaining for people who remember the days of true point and click adventure before these silly hidden object games. Only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it's episode based and I don't like having to wait for episodes, especially not for this unless its a sequel. But all in all I will definitely be grabbing episode 2..

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