The Strange and Somewhat Sinister Tale of the House at Desert Bridge

Ladies and Gentlemen,
Boys and Girls,
Vertebrates and Invertebrates,
Sentient beings of all kinds and species,

I am pleased to announce the release of The Strange and Somewhat Sinister Tale of the House at Desert Bridge, a transdimensional portal to the Lands of the Dream an old-school adventure game. It is the result of long and difficult work and extensive testing by a team of dedicated lunatics individuals. It features wonderful music by the uniquely talented Helen Trevillion, fantastic and imaginative hand-drawn graphics by Verena Huber, and adequate-to-terrible programming by pretentious game designer Jonas Kyratzes.

Solve mysteries! Brew potions! Meet fascinating characters! Explore the colourful House at Desert Bridge! And all of that without a single annoying minigame or action sequence!

And it’s all free!

But none of that truly matters. What matters is that Old Man Bill has disappeared, and we need help finding him. Forget about all this “adventure game” nonsense, I just said it to get your attention. It’s a portal, OK? A portal to the Lands of Dream, and more specifically to our house here at Desert Bridge. And we have a real problem: our master has disappeared. He might be locked in his study, or in his bedroom – but we can’t get in. What is going on? What could be wrong? Someone with an outside perspective is needed to make sense of this situation. Could it be you? Download the game portal and find out. Harold the Talking Picture Frame will fill you in.

Hoping for your help,
Bob the Spider

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