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IGM Forum Find: Viktor is a Pig on a Mission…for Himself

Point-and-click adventure games are one of the classic stand-bys of PC gaming, but may also be one of the most diverse, style-wise. From the Sam and Max series to Night of the Rabbit, the animation and stories are spread throughout so many preferences that many people can find at least one that they enjoy. Another contender is our newest Forum Find, Viktor by Studio Spektar, the tale of a boar who fancies himself to be a future king, if only he can get past his shortcomings. From a street-sweeper in Austria-Hungary to a potential royal, players help Viktor to realize his dream through puzzle-solving and creative reasoning.

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There is a playable demo of Viktor for those interested, and it can be found on Studio Spektar’s Kickstarter, where they are asking for $10,000 to complete the game. With 16 days to go, they’re only 10% of the way there, but if you’re interested in supporting it, visit that link and pledge a contribution. The game’s initial release is to be on PC, but they’re hoping to receive enough funding to release it on Android and iOS devices, as well. If you’re unable to support the game’s production financially, you can always vote for it on Steam Greenlight.

It has references to Tesla. What more could you want?

It has references to Tesla. What more could you want?

For more information on Viktor and Studio Spektar, visit their website. You can also follow them on Twitter for up-to-the-minute updates on production. If you’d like to interact with the developers directly, and see updates as they post, check out the original forum post. You can ask questions about Viktor directly, and give feedback!

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Bonnie is a streamer, gamer, and word nerd who enjoys puzzle and horror games, and getting entirely too excited about both genres. She's been writing professionally for 18 years, but IGM is her first foray into gaming news. Bonnie's life outside of IGM involves massive amounts of hair dye, sewing, and being a cat lady. Feel free to contact her on Twitter!