Freddy Pharkas, Frontier Pharmacist
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To skip dialogues, press the right mouse button. Move the mouse pointer to the top edge of the screen to access the inventory and the options menu.
Description (by MrFlibble)
Freddy Pharkas is a humorous point-and-click adventure game set in the Wild West. Freddy is a young pharmacist in the shabby frontier town of Coarsegold, but he has a dark secret in his past. Will he be able to set things right and save the day when the town is threatened by a sinister plot?
The game makes heavy use of popular Wild West tropes and pokes fun at them at every turn, sometimes in a rather crude manner. Nearly every character seems like a caricature, and the cartoonish drawing style also emphasises the light, non-serious tone of the story. Nevertheless, Freddy will face some serious danger and eventually save the town.
The playable demo includes a short unique scenario that does not appear in the full game. Freddy needs to find a way to collapse the entrance to an abandoned mine where a bank robber is hiding. You will explore the town and talk to some of the characters to solve this puzzle, but the game keeps reminding you that this is just a demo, as many areas are not accessible.
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