The time-traveling vigilante Hank has been captured by the devious Unrvaeler. However, before the crime genius gets rid of the hero, he must satisfy his curiosity - How has this pathetic drunk so easily thwarted so many of his plans? Will Hank be able to use the villain's obsessions against him to escape from this grim situation?
Hank: Straightjacket is a narrative bite-sized game combining traditional point-and-click gameplay with a time manipulation mechanic.
- Hank - a burnt-out vigilante, entrapped by his own time-traveling superpowers.
- Time Manipulation - rewind time and use the knowledge of the future to escape with your life.
- Dynamic Dialog System - talk and interact with the world at the same time and see how your interlocutor reacts to your actions.
- Comic Book Aesthetics - take an early glimpse of Hank's world.
Some time ago we were prototyping a dialog system for our main game - Hank: Drowning on Dry Land. The goal was to allow players to conduct conversations without interrupting the core gameplay and enable NPCs to actively respond to the hero's noteworthy actions. During our experiments we created this little experience. It may not be much, but we really liked it so we decided to release it as a free game. Hope you guys enjoy it!
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