Age rating: +12
"Spooky Story" - The new fun adventure from the producers of "Edna & Harvey: The Breakout" and "Ankh".
Experience the hair-raising adventures of Arty Fishal, a student who loses his way and ends up in a castle full of ghosts and other bizarre, undead figures, while helping him to find a way home.
Look forward to hours and hours of puzzle fun, exclusively on Nintendo DSTM!
"Spooky Story" combines the elements of a spine-chilling yet funny story with the proven game mechanics of a point-and-click adventure. Dialogues with lots of black humour, enjoyable comic graphics and well-thought-out puzzles await you. The adventure has been developed exclusively for Nintendo DSTM and can be navigated easily and conveniently via Touchpen.
It's a rainy, storm-tossed night when Arty Fishal skids off the road and crashes his car into a tree on the way back from a chaotic weekend spent with a few friends. Alone, with no telephone and far from any kind of civilisation, he must find a way to get help.
Which explains how Arty lands on the doorstep to the only building in this remote area, an ancient haunted castle. Once inside the more than eerie walls, Arty now has to fight running battles with a motley collection of insane spooks and solve lots of puzzles. Luckily, Arty is never at a loss to come up with a cool quip to match the situation.
Assume Arty's role and set off on a tour to explore the depths of this medieval manor. You'll meet up with a wide variety of strange, more or less living figures as you scout out extremely odd places. Numerous tricky puzzles are waiting for you to solve them, and countless comical allusions to well-known horror-film clichés are going to have you burst out laughing time and again.
The involuntary "hero" of the game. Stranded in the middle of the night, nowhere near any kind of civilisation, he must find a way to get back home. While doing so he meets up with a number of bizarre "contemporaries" at the haunted castle.
The castle butler is a true gentleman, always polite, always obliging. He gladly opens the castle's massive doors so that Arty can make a phone call - only to promptly lock him up in one of the manor's numerous rooms. Perhaps he's not quite as helpful as first appearances would have seemed.
The castle "guard dog" is a roving, ever-changing, slobbering, rattling toolbox that constantly loses its tools. It acts aggressively towards everyone, unless you've got a toy ready and waiting.
Things aren't easy for the little castle ghost: It would be only too happy to put a proper fright into each and every visitor, but in the end it always fails miserably.
Knight Kuno the Lengthy
Knight Kuno has a grossly exaggerated opinion of himself. Despite his rather slight build, he still thinks he's the greatest there is and would be able to take on all comers.
Look forward to a wacky adventure developed exclusively for Nintendo DSTM.
"Spooky Story" offers hours and hours of game fun, including numerous locations, witty dialogues and bizarre characters, stimulating puzzles to match and lots of black humour. German self-monitoring of entertainment software (USK): Without age restrictions