The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker
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Developer: D'Avekki Studios Ltd
Content Rating: Teen
YOU are a psychiatrist, trying to solve a murder whilst treating the unusual patients of the recently deceased Doctor Dekker. Ask any questions and collect the evidence as you uncover the identity of the randomly generated murderer whilst trying to figure out the chaos that was left behind. The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a Lovecraftian FMV murder mystery, which gives players full freedom to question suspects by typing their own questions or by picking from a predetermined list. They'll have questions for you too but be careful what you say. Your words will determine their eventual fates, and your own!
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While being a movie over a video game isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s having to constantly stop or be prevented from moving forward because of some button presses or a sensitive text parser. The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is not a game you’ll want to pick up for the sense of freedom or critical choices you can make, but instead for the acting and story that mirrors a movie.
At the end of the day, The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker succeeds in creating an interesting narrative, but perhaps it is let down a little by the mechanics and the user interface that could have helped in giving the player a stronger sense of accomplishment and progress. If you're going into this game expecting that you'll likely be disappointed, but if you're just looking for an interesting story, or stories, that intersect and intertwine, you should give this a go.
The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a disturbing psychological horror that dips its toes into a whole manner of subjects, and the characters you talk to are interesting and disturbing in equal measures. You’ll have plenty of questions to ask and a lot of FMV sequences to watch, but rarely do you find yourself bored of doing so.