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  1. Aug 5, 2018
    The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is am FMV game like I have not seen in years. It's a full mystery story, has characters who can demonstrate their problems (or fake it) and the amount of options the player can follow is impressive. The fact that you are free to follow the line of thinking you want adds even more to the charm of the game.
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    Listing actor names in a game review may seem odd, but The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is more performance than gameplay. Of course, anyone looking for a fast-paced shmup should pass, but fans of narrative-driven interactives should schedule a session with Dekker. Just remember to bring a USB keyboard or you might go a bit mad yourself.
  3. Jun 5, 2018
    The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a reinvention of full motion video for the current generation of games. Its quirky and troubled cast gives some spectacular performances, and the text-based elements make this adventure game an excellent way to get into the genre.
  4. Jun 28, 2018
    The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a lot more engaging than it ought to be. It's a little awkward scrolling through questions, but the game will let you move to the next day when you've asked enough, allowing for a myriad of endings.
  5. Jun 5, 2018
    While the central conceit sounds promising as an FMV experience, The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker fails to find a consistent tone or fully engage the player in its story. It offers a couple of nice ideas and the odd smile, but if you don’t care about the central mystery, you’re left with madness, and the disparate threads never weave together in a satisfying way. The two ominous notes of the soundtrack (only a mild exaggeration) are left to supply tension, and with The Bunker and Late Shift showing how the genre can be relevant and entertaining in 2018, it’s hard to recommend this over the alternatives.
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