Lord Winklebottom Investigates is an adorable detective game that has reached its Kickstarter goal!

Do you like solving murder mysteries? Do you like playing as intelligent and whimsical quadrupeds? Then Lord Winklebottom Investigates just might be the game for you. We covered a few fan favorites in the detective genre with our recent “Top Ten Crime-Solving & Mystery Games” article, and feel that this adorable sleuthing title would feel right at home with the other private-eye games! So put on your top hat and monocle, and get ready to discover all that we would unveil in Lord Winklebottom Investigates!

Lord Winklebottom
A refined gentlemen, indeed!

A bit about Lord Winklebottom Investigates…

In Lord Winklebottom Investigates, you play as the gentlemen giraffe detective, obviously named, Lord Winklebottom! You are set on a perilous quest with your trusted companion, Dr. Reginald Frumple, who happens to be a pretty helpful hippo. You travel to a distant island to discover the “who, what, when, where, why and how” of the murder of a long time friend. Your expired companion is an amphibious walking “fish”, or Axolotl.

Lord Winklebottom Investigates Salty Waters
Time to find out what old Salty Walters knows about things!

You must solve puzzles, question witnesses and suspects, and find all the hidden clues throughout the ominously named Isle of Barghest. The cute characters with their sassy attitudes really add to overall humorous tone of this classy detective title. So stretch out that neck and get a good look around, you’ll need to see everything if you want to uncover the truth behind this heinous crime.

A few more clues about this title…

Lord Winklebottom Investigates is a point and click adventure game that is set to be released in May of 2020 for PC, and June for Nintendo Switch, and is currently wish-listable on Steam! For more information about this hilariously kooky title, hop over to their kickstarter page by clicking here! From what we could fin it appears that Lord Winklebottom will be releasing for PC initially, but will eventually come to the Nintendo Switch.

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