Launch Trailer For Live-Action Lovecraftian Murder Mystery Game ‘The Infectious Madness Of Doctor Dekker’ Released
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A launch trailer has been released for The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker from developer D’Avekki Studios and publisher Wales Interactive.

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a live-action interactive story, or FMV (full-motion video) game. It’s a Lovecraftian murder mystery in which you play as a psychiatrist who must not only help the patients of the recently deceased Dr. Dekker with their problems, but also try to figure out who killed the doctor. You do this by asking questions, either by typing them in yourself or choosing from some suggested options, and looking at the evidence, watching replays, and more before you come to a conclusion. The game features over 1600 video responses, which actually set the Guinness World Record for most full-motion video in a game.

Continue below to read more about the game and to watch the launch trailer.


The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a Lovecraftian FMV murder mystery, which gives players full freedom to question suspects by typing their own questions instead of picking them from a predetermined list. There are no point and click puzzles to solve, just questions to ask and evidence to inspect.

Finding out who killed Dr Dekker is only one part of the puzzle; working out how to fix the chaos he left behind will be so much trickier”¦ As well as providing clues to the murder, each patient has their own bizarre problem they need your help with – from time manipulation and re-animated loved ones to horrors under the sea.

Complete with an atmospheric soundtrack, The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker invites you to explore the shadow reality that your patients inhabit – a world full of paranormal strangeness and horrors that go bump in your head, where all you have to rely on is your own mind.

Just try not to lose it…

The launch trailer is actually for The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker making its way to consoles. It’s set to be released on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on June 5th.

The game has already been out for almost a year on PC, so you can go play it right now over on Steam if haven’t heard of this one before.

This is just the latest FMV game from Wales Interactive, who has also published titles like Late Shift and The Bunker.


In The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker, YOU are a psychiatrist, trying to solve a murder whilst treating the unusual patients of the recently deceased Doctor Dekker. Ask any questions and collect the evidence as you uncover the identity of the randomly generated murderer whilst figuring out how to fix the chaos left behind.

– FMV – 1600+ full screen HD video responses.
– RANDOM MURDERER – Chosen at the start of the game to combat spoilers.
– FREE TEXT INPUT – Ask whatever you want, type questions, phrases or just keywords.
– SUGGESTED QUESTIONS – A new question system optimised for console.
– MULTIPLE ENDINGS – Find out whodunit, and what happens to you and your patients…
– MULTIPLE STORIES – 6 main suspects and 5 side-quests inc. John Guilor (Contradiction)
– SIMPLE UI – View evidence, make notes, watch replays, and see your question history.

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