Mudlarks: If you like the old Sierra and LucasArts games, you should enjoy this point-and-click paranormal adventure

An atmospheric, mysterious tale set in London using embellished real world locations


Written on


Screens and Info

Mudlarks is inspired by games such as the Gabriel Knight series by Jane Jensen, and other Sierra and LucasArts classics.

Your name is Winston. You are very much a regular, normal chap - living in London with your girlfriend and holding down a 9 to 5 office job. Among your various hobbies, you are a mudlarker. That is, the practice of combing the shore of the River Thames for historically interesting objects that may have gone underwater hundreds of years ago.

One day, you and your co-Mudlarker James stumble upon what appears to be a valuable golden locket - and your destiny is changed forever. Two days after the find, James disappears on the shore, leaving only the locket behind...

What follows is an atmospheric dialog- and puzzle-driven adventure game, bringing together both science fiction and paranormal elements as you undertake your quest to find your friend and unravel many secrets along the way.
In Mudlark, Winston -- an ordinary man -- finds himself in quite an extraordinary situation...
Web Analytics