Whateverland Announced For Windows PC


Caligari Games, developers of The Great Perhaps, have announced Whateverland for Windows PC.

Whateverland is a hand-drawn point and click adventure with a wide range of quirky minigames. You play as Vincent, a jewelry thief that is sent to a bizarre prison world for lost souls after he tried to steal from a powerful witch.

The game features multiple endings and paths, depending on how you treat your fellow lost souls on your mission to find a way back to reality. You can check out a teaser trailer below.

You can find a rundown of the game (via Steam) below:

Whateverland is a hand-painted point-n-click adventure game with a branching dialogue system, non-linear gameplay, various endings and unique in-game turn-based strategy sport simulator.

The Story

Vincent is a skilled thief who decides to steal a precious necklace from a mansion of a lonely old woman named Beatrice. His plan would have gone perfectly well, but when she catches him red-handed, she turns out to be an ancient powerful witch.

As a punishment, Beatrice sends him to the parallel world she has created, where the witch traps those she considers her enemies. The first inhabitants of this bizarre world called it Whateverland, and since then it kind of stuck.

Vincent teams up with a weird guy named Nick and together they are willing to find their way out.
Are they going to make it? That’s for you to decide!


  • A not so classic point-n-click.
  • You can steal stuff. Or not – it’s your call.
  • Your actions define the ending and what people think of you.
  • The most annoying sidekick in the universe. (We still love you, Nick)
  • You can talk to people. Not sure they’re gonna talk to you though.
  • Turn-based strategy sport simulator included in the game. With magic.
  • Loads of mini-games. At least 2.
  • Music recorded with a real sextet. How sexy is that?
  • Beautiful hand-drawn art style.

Whateverland will be releasing in 2020 for Windows PC via Steam. The full list of platforms has not been announced yet.

Frank Streva


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