Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy on PC: A SuperParent First Look
Help a teenager complete quests and solve puzzles in this point-and-click adventure game.
Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy is a point-and-click adventure game that follows a 15 year-old named Henry Mosse, whose family (which runs its own delivery business) becomes entagled in an intergalactic conspiracy. You’ll need to help Henry complete quests, solve puzzles, and more as he learns about life and growing up along the way.
As a point-and-click adventure game, you’ll guide Henry around environments by clicking on the ground to tell him where to move and clicking on objects to interact with them. You can also talk to other characters, and you may have multiple dialog options to choose from.
As you investigate and interact with environments, you’ll be able to pick up objects that can help you complete your current task, as well as those that may initially seem unimportant, but become useful later on. This encourages players to interact with everything they can to make sure they don’t miss anything. Players can also press and hold the spacebar to see everything they can interact with in an area, so they don’t have to search for objects on their own.
Finally, Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy features cutscenes and full voice acting, along with on-screen subtitles, which are turned on by default.
Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy is available now on PC and Mac for $19.99 (the game will be on sale for $16.99 until February 11). The game hasn’t been rated by the ESRB (many PC games do not receive ratings), but it is family-friendly. According to the game’s developer, Bad Goat Studios, Henry Moss and the Wormhole Conspiracy will take around 8-10 hours to complete.
Check out the first 30 minutes (the first Chapter) from Henny Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy in our video below.
Disclosure: Bad Goat Studios gave SuperParent a code for Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy for coverage purposes.