Oswald Mandias is a man on a mission: to drag the country kicking and screaming back to the glory days of old, where a gentleman could rely on the time-tested values of chivalry, breeding and class. Armed with vicious zombies, a stockpile of highly questionable pharmaceuticals, and an iron will, he has recruited you to grow his plans to fruition.

Lucky you.

In this darkly-humorous visual novel adventure, you’ll tackle fiendish puzzles, decide which very curious characters to trust, and compete in a pub quiz where the sudden death round means just that. Will you consign Oswald’s plot to the dustbin of history, or will the past come back to life- in more ways than one?  

This is the follow up to The Bunny Hill Horror (also free on itch). It is not recommended for under 15s and caution is advised for those of a sensitive nature. So... you've been warned...

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I just finished playing both games in the series and I found them quite enjoyable. It has a few rough edges but they don't affect the experience. The following is just my subjective impression:

Positive points: atmosphere (visuals and audio), nice characters and branching narrative. Jumping right into the story without long intros/tutorials. 

Neutral points: it could use just a little more character development but I found them likable and believable as they are. This may also be out of the scope of a short novel, making less more and viceversa. The difficulty of the puzzles in this part was more even and a little easier.

The only mildly negative points are that I missed having longer endings and that I wished the interface could be more keyboard-oriented. I don't mind scrolling down and tapping with the trackpad but it becomes a bit of an issue (for lazy people like me :P) when the options take more than one screen (meaning that scrolling down to the bottom hides the top options).

Overall, an interesting read, very recommendable. Thank you for making these games and for taking the time to answer.

Thanks! Glad you had fun :)

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this game is so cool and underrated give som loveee<3<3

Thanks! Much appreciated :)

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im going to reply to my own comment when we finish this, and so will lucy. that being said she is sat right next to me laughing. we're gonna finally play this together in person for once, she has her double stuffed oreos  and little coke bottle, my bowels finally opened which means it's a good day to play this. love you kiss kiss im so sorry. 





or am i

Haha, I don't know! But thanks, and enjoy the oreos and little coke- I don't think those are very good for bowels though :P

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So, I got two endings. That was a nice conclusion to Bunny Hill Horror, I couldn't open the cabinet which Is sad, and also the visuals just disappeared for me all of a sudden at the end, so maybe that's a bug. Neverthless, I really liked this. I got two endings, how many are there? Also looking forward to your detective game!

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Thanks! Good to hear from you again. There are three endings, and we'll look into those issues :)

Just had a thought: did the cabinet start off ok and only stop working the second time? Because you only get one shot at it.

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The cabinet, I meant I didn't input the correct number! It wasn't a bug, my bad. Also, the art started disappearing after I got my checkpoint just before I did the cabinet. (When Rob kills me because I told him where I was, then I re-arrive just before that moment and get another shot at the cabinet.) And the art also disappears when I go up to confront Ozy Mandias, (I mean Oswald) , I don't know if that part was intentional or not.

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Thanks a lot for going into detail- really helps us :)