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Published on March 29th, 2018 | by Pierre&Karl


Helping Frankenstein – A point and click adventure

Helping Frankenstein is a point-and-click adventure where you help Dr Frankenstein bring a dead body back to life. You take on the role as Igor, the newly employed assistant, and set out to do your new master’s bidding (your last employment ended quite abruptly at the hands of an angry mob with wooden stakes).

The church is not so keen on this “bring-people-back-to-life-thing” and will try to stop you with all means necessary. There is also law enforcement and some other people to get in your way, or maybe help you out, as you progress towards your goal.


Available now on iOS and Android (Google Play and Amazon Appstore).

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To celebrate this our last game, The man from Hmmbridge, is free for a limited time so be sure to pick up a copy of that one as well.


This is our latest game and we are happy with the result. We have developed this game in the Godot Engine (www.godotengine.org) and not looked back. The last one (My Orchestra) was created in Unity, but we felt that Unity didn’t really deliver on points that was important to us so we went looking and found Godot. At the same time as we switched the game engine we redesigned the whole game in order to get a more story-driven experience and better navigation inside the game. But as always, we have a lot of improvements planned for our next project. But feel free to try this one out, it is a nice little game, not too hard and not too easy. Please also leave reviews on the game, feedback is very important for us when we try to make clever design decisions in the upcoming games.


Until next time,

Pierre Nilsson










About the Author

The authors (Pierre and Karl) create, play and review games in their spare time. Together they have started the game studio Peeking Peacock and slowly tries to claw themselves into the entertainment industry. With a couple of games now released, they hope to one day be able to work full time with game development.

One Response to Helping Frankenstein – A point and click adventure

  1. Paul Mathews says:

    I am playing Helping Frankenstein on an iPad 2 running version 9.3.5.
    I have reached the part where I am in the lab and switch on the machine behind the Dr , the room goes black and the game crashes.
    Please could you look into this glitch, as I am loving the game.
    Many thanks

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