Viktor is a classical 2D point and click adventure game set in a cartoonish late 19th century about a wild pig who tries to cope with the loss of his job by going on a quest to become a new Emperor of Austria-Hungary
Pretty two-dimensional art, hand drawn by Sven Nemet: Feast your eyes on a well polished, yet provokingly chaotic style created by Sven Nemet, Croatia’s renowned author of picture books and board games.
A point and click interface with your favorite commands: Try to kick, grab, look at or talk to anything you encounter.
Inventory: Anything worth taking can be taken with you and used later with questionable, yet fun results.
A “choose your own response” dialog: In a conversation, you can often choose what Viktor will say. Encourage, provoke or confuse characters in the world around you.
Freedom to explore and experiment without fear of dying or getting stuck: Saving and loading is needed only for taking a break from the game. If you feel like you made a wrong choice or forgot to do something, fear not, there is always a way to solve any problem.
The silliest psychological drama you will ever play: Viktor has issues and unrealistic expectations. Luckily, he lives in a cartoon world where he can accomplish anything or, at least, learn from his mistakes.
Occasional fun mini-game: Just to test your reflexes, Viktor will sometimes get involved in a fun action sequence.
Your favorite classical soundtrack: Any music you hear in the game can be collected as a gramophone record, so Viktor can listen to it anywhere.
Story of Viktor
An impulsive and slightly megalomaniac street sweeper constantly feels pressured by the injustice that happens all around the world. Once he gets fired, he angrily decides to fix it all by becoming a new emperor. Such a feat might prove hard for a smart, but often angry wild boar that can get lost even in the simple tasks like taking a bath or writing down a phone number. But with a lot of will power and a help from some capable characters and even few historical figures, anything is possible.
While most of Viktor’s story takes place in central Europe, the rest of the wold is already fleshed out. Most of it’s lands are cartoon parodies of the times when they were at the height of their power. Every land has it’s distinct style of architecture, technology and living. If you feel insulted by anything you see on this map, feel free to tell everyone about this game and how terrible it is and where to find it.
The game is still in the early-to-mid stages of development, mostly done in our free time. If you like what we have shown you so far, feel free to follow us on Facebook or Twitter. You can also read our blog which we update on occasion.