Project Introduction

Prepare for a journey to a remote village deep in the forest. Strange creatures with glowing eyes terrify the inhabitants. As the hero, players investigate strange phenomena including these, drawing you into the village. The story begins before he even arrives at his destination…

The Wild Case is a 2D first-person point-and-click adventure.

This is a story-focused adventure where players will meet a cast of colorful characters, experience mysterious encounters, and solve puzzles to progress through the game.

The hero is a man who investigates the truth of strange events, a paranormal detective. One day he receives a letter asking for help. Strange creatures terrorize a village deep in the wild forest. With glowing eyes and an uncanny ability to evade hunters, they may be more than mere beasts.

The adventure begins as soon as you arrive. You’ll delve into the lives of the village residents before gathering the courage to travel deep into the forest. The normal rules don’t apply here. If you want a service, be prepared to negotiate. Who saw what? Why do they think the supernatural is involved? Will they help or hinder your investigation? Who will be an ally, and who will be the enemy? An array of interesting tasks and dialogues, set against the backdrop of a forgotten village, awaits.

- Authentic characters to interact with.
- Atmospheric locations of remote settlements.
- Exciting puzzles that require exploring the area and its inhabitants.
- In the forests, you can find both the hermit and the witch. Who is the friend and who is the enemy?
- Open-world locations to explore.
- Eerie encounters and mystery.

About Developer

We've been making games for over 15 years. It all started with a wish to make a hidden object on our own soon after graduation. I took up the project with two friends with whom I was writing my diploma.

Now we are Specialbit. Three friends plus a programmer and two artists.

15 years old and 12 games released. Completely remote office from the very start, before it was a mainstream. And the same love for games as in the very beginning.