The lovechild of Ferris Bueller's Day off and Final Fantasy. Creepslore is a hybrid 2.5D point-and-click adventure visual novel with weird characters, unique art, surreal comedy, and just enough text to not make you go crazy. Did I mention there's also a talking lamp?
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About This Game

Welcome to the world of CREEPSLORE, where text shown in all caps means someone is SHOUTING!

Take part in a wacky adventure inspired by older Adventure Games mixed with Visual Novels, Choose Your Own Adventure books and JRPGs. Supported by it’s massive list of (112+!) characters, heartfelt story, and uniquely drawn cast, Creepslore is here to make you laugh, cry, and question it’s creators' sanity and overall well being.

In CREEPSLORE you play as a character who gets suckered into an adventure after applying for work somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean. After realizing he answered to a fake ad, and there’s neither beautiful women nor men around, he now has to deal with a bunch of intoxicated and ugly monsters with idiosyncratic tendencies (ergo: they’re also stupid). However, what starts out as sheer annoyance on his part, slowly changes into acceptance, and an understanding that humans might be the worse creatures after all.

What this game offers:

  • surreal & tongue in cheek humor
  • a story with 5 completely different scenarios (no forced repeats of dialogues to unlock 'extra' content!)
  • 18 explorable locations, ranging from cities to swamps
  • more than 80 individual characters
  • pre-rendered backgrounds created in Quake
  • even MORE NUMBERS to grab your attention
  • text, text and some more text
  • a sad fish

What this game DOESN'T offer:

  • saving the world
  • cute anime girls
  • fan-service
  • a happy fish

PS: if you've ever wondered why the Giant Spider in Skyrim carries coins, and where the hell it puts them, we'll, let's just say we have the answer to that.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Duo Core @ 1.8Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Non-Dedicated (shared) video card with at least 512MB Shared VRAM & openGL 2.0 support
    • Sound Card: openAL compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: ToasterRig
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