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Name

 Who Are You, Mr. Cooper? 

 

Developer

 The Last Fairy Tale 

 

Publisher

 The Last Fairy Tale 

 

Tags

 Indie 

Casual 

 

Singleplayer 

Release

 2019-05-23 

 

Steam

 2,46€ 2,16£ 2,99$ / 25 % 

 

News

 1 

 

Controls

 Keyboard 

 

 Mouse 

 

Players online

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Steam Rating

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Steam store

 https://store.steampowered.com/app/1062020 

 

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 Who Are You, Mr. Cooper? Linux 64 [120.96 M] 




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About the game
Your own adventure in a steampunk world! Find mysterious Alexander Cooper and unravel secrets in the city of Staighrem!

This is a story about the adventures of Wilson Smith in the huge industrial city of Staighrem. The main character gets into a dangerous and totally incomprehensible situation. A friend of Wilson died in an explosion. Before his death, he had asked to find Alexander Cooper and give him a cyphered letter. After that criminals started to hunt for the hero. He decided to find Alexander and try to understand what’s going on?

  • Travel across thirteen districts of Staighrem, getting in a wide variety of situations.
  • Assemble amazing devices that will help in your adventure.
  • Find mysterious Alexander Cooper and help to save the city from the impending threat.

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