The point-and-click game, Jennifer Wilde: Unlikely Revolutionaries, published by Outsider Games, based in Belfast, is available to buy and play on Steam.
The game is an adaption of the original comic book series, which Maura wrote based on the story idea of Rob Curley at Atomic Diner Comics. Artist Stephen Downey drew all art for the comics and covers.
Stephen went on to set up the indie game company, Outsider Games, and obtain the rights to adapt Jennifer Wilde into a point-and-click video game. Maura wrote the dialogue for the vastly expanded story in the game, and artist John McFarlane did all the art.
Here’s the trailer:
And the blurb:
At the start of the Jazz Age in Paris in 1921, young French artist Jennifer Chevalier becomes embroiled in death, espionage and revolution which takes her across France, England and Ireland, accompanied by the ghost of Oscar Wilde. A Point & Click 2D adventure with a unique comic book inventory design.
If this sounds like a fun game to you, then please give it a whirl!