The Pest-Doctor of Wippra is a short point and click adventure tale about a young doctor in the midst of the plague in medieval Germany. 

About 20 minutes playtime filled with a deep and well told story, beautiful pixelart and classic point and click puzzles.

Made in two weeks as part of the #105AdventureJam.

Credits:
Alexander Leps - Story, Design, Art and Programming
Torchfire - Music


Important Note: ESCAPE resets game back to main menu. Please be careful.

Very Important: It was pointed out that ESCAPE not entirely resets the game. So please dont use it and reload the webpage when you need to restart the game!! I will fix this bug after voting ends.

Updated 4 days ago
Published 7 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsHTML5
AuthorsDctrElectro, Second Quest Games
GenreAdventure, Visual Novel
Made withUnity
TagsAtmospheric, Pixel Art, Point & Click
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesGerman, English
InputsMouse

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Short, neat, and well made, good job :)

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Great little point and click game, enjoyed it very much!

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Thanks for playing and glad you liked it! :)

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how did the priest and guards manage to know his whereabouts and find him so quickly? also doc probably should have just made a run for it.

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Without giving away any spoilers, there's some important bits of dialogue that explain it, both before and after that event.  Subtle, but it's there.

well from what i know its a pretty long journey, how could the informant have done that so quickly?

I think it was the woman who told the guards. She apologized right when she closes the door.

Thanks for playing, but please do not spoil the game for others and edit your comment.

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Reminds me to The Last Door concepts, it's beautiful <3 go on doing this kind of story, I love it <3

Oh, I am a huge Last Door fan myself! :)

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Very poignant story. If only people were smarter nowadays.

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Thanks Steven! And yes - if humankind were able to not repeat the mistakes from the past, earth would be a better place. 

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loved it, the ending made me sad though. :((

Oh thank you! :)

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Great atmosphere! I really felt the tense moments, and the bleakness. The scene artwork is well-made.

Thanks a lot, Patrick!

Thanks for checking it out :)

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Interesting game.

Haha, that could mean anything! :) Thanks for playing!

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In a good way ;)

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fun game

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Glad you liked it!

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That was neat. Thanks.

Thanks for playing! :)

It looks great!

Thank you! Let me ask. Did you played it before you streamed?

Yes :D

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Thanks for the video, it helped me get past where I was stuck.

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:)