Someone has been killing passengers on the express train from Lisbon to Porto, every single day since Tuesday! Someone needs to stop the killer!
Once again Garcia is not up to the task (was he ever?) and reluctantly calls upon his old friend and his strange flying sidekick: the mythical Detective Case and the unmistakable Clown Bot. Together, they will board on the express train, bother everyone by asking annoying questions, pick up everyone’s belongings and call them clues, drink and eat for free at the bar (because they are working after all!) and if all goes well, find and stop the express killer.
Oh, and they have to babysit Garcia’s kid because his mom is in Porto and Garcia is busy and since they are taking the train to Porto they might as well take him with them. What could go wrong, right?
Time for you to board on a brand new adventure filled with humor, cases (this time many cases!), mysteries, and even more characters now than ever before! Will you be able to gather clues, solve the puzzles, succeed the trials, and find the culprit before reaching the final station?!
About the game
The Express Kille is the sequel to Murder in the Hotel Lisbon. It follows the classic point and click adventure formula from the 80’s and 90’s. The game itself runs at a native resolution of 256×192, the same resolution used by the old ZX Spectrum 48k and the Nintendo DS.
The Express Killer works through a simple interface of pointing and clicking. Everything that is essential for game progression can be clicked like characters, objects or doors. All the items collected are kept to be used later and are accessible at any time. The game can be saved at any time.
So many words! Who do you think you are? Shakespeare?
Updated every month!
A Nerd Monkeys production
- Filipe Duarte Pina - Director / Diogo Vasconcelos - Producer
- José Castanheira & José Rua - Programming
- Uriel Cordas - Sets / Rafael Pina & João Mascarenhas - Music
- Nuno Saraiva - Character design / Gordo e os Indecentes - Guest band
Created by Nerd Monkeys®
Made on Game Maker Studio 2
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