Inkle, the renowned developer of text-driven adventures in video games, has recently teased their upcoming game set in a 1920s girls’ school. The game, tentatively titled Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls, is said to be based in an old nunnery with hints of foul play lurking in the shadows.

The school offers top-notch education in subjects like Latin, Geometry, and sports, aiming to mold promising girls into successful young women. While further details about the curriculum are yet to be revealed, the presence of senior prefects who have the authority to dole out punishments like extra prep and swab chores adds an intriguing layer to the gameplay.

Inkle, known for its diverse range of critically acclaimed games such as 80 Days, Overboard!, Heaven’s Vault, and A Highland Song, is set to release Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls on Steam. The game is scheduled for release on April 14, 1922, although it’s likely just a playful nod to the game’s 1920s setting.

Despite the challenging economic climate, the school seems to spare no expense in providing a comprehensive education to its students. With a curriculum that includes not only academic subjects but also physical activities like sports, Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls appears to be a well-rounded educational institution.

As players eagerly await the release of this new game, the anticipation for unraveling mysteries, navigating social hierarchies, and discovering hidden secrets within the walls of the boarding school grows. Inkle’s reputation for creating immersive storytelling experiences suggests that Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls will be another captivating adventure for fans of narrative-driven games.

Stay tuned for more updates on this intriguing new game from Inkle and get ready to embark on a thrilling journey through the halls of a 1920s girls’ school like never before. With Inkle’s track record of delivering innovative and engaging gameplay experiences, Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls is sure to be a standout title in the world of interactive storytelling.