DotEmu has ported and released a rather popular classic point-and-click adventure games from back in the good ole’ days for PC games called I Have no Mouth, And I Must Scream. If you couldn’t tell by the title of this game, this is a rather disturbing adventure title which was originally released back in 1995 on PC.
For those of you not familiar with this game, the story is actually based off of a short story of the same title by Harlan Ellison. The game takes place 109 years after a supercomputer named AM has essentially wiped out humanity, and all that remains is a post-apocalyptic world. Of course not everyone has died but unfortunately for the survivors, AM has decided to make their lives miserable, mainly because it hates humans. The survivors are made immortal, which would normally be a good thing except for the fact that the supercomputer did this in order to torture them for all eternity.
I Have No Mouth Features:
• Change between “touch” mode and “classic” mode at any time
• Changeable graphics – player can choose between different filters
• Different soundtracks – “midi”, “adlib”, and more
• Play as multiple characters – you choose the order
• Alternate endings
• Well-crafted puzzles
• Inspired by Harlan Ellison’s short story, who also voices the supercomputer
If you thinks that’s twisted, you’ll be happy to know that it gets even moreso. Players will be guiding each of the five survivors who were made immortal through their own personal ‘Hell’. This would be everything from making them relive their past, confronting their weaknesses and fears, and generally any other sadistic thing the computer can think of. Like any good point-and-click adventure game from back in the day, this one has a number of alternate endings to find.
If you’re a fan of the original game, or just think this twisted title is right up your alley of interest, you can snag a copy off of Google Play for $3.99. There are no additional fees, ads, or IAPs either. You can also check out the game’s trailer below ahead of buying it.