Mandrake 1

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Walkthrough

Mandrake 1Mandrake 1Here is the first episode of Mandrake, a new Point’n’Click adventure series created by Marek Frankowski and Piotr Taczala.

“After many years together spent on growing Bio-Magical plants, Helga and Helmut van der Doom have finally created first-world singing Mandrake. Unfortunately this event has become the beginning of a marital… misunderstanding.”

This first episode is a sweet and easy game! Looking forward to the next installment!

Have fun!

Mandrake walkthrough part 1 and part 2 (thanks Scout88!)

By Eric

current rating 4.40


15 Comments to Mandrake 1

  1. Lule says:

    Yay! looks interesting; I’ll give it a whirl.

  2. Nenne says:

    Finally something with humor and logic, great graphics and easy hints. Very Mateusz Skutnik like!Quite easy!Different code every time you play!!

  3. Mandy says:

    Anybody playing. Im stuck

  4. juicepetal says:

    What was the point in taking the toilet paper?

  5. Mandy says:

    how do you get the Show

  6. Marina says:

    not so easy

  7. monte says:

    walkthrough please. i got alot of stuff but cant use the screwdriver right to get the axe. also cant figure out where to shoot with the plunger and rope cpmbo. plus the little light thing alwyas punches me in the face

  8. Me2 says:

    I must admit I can’t figure this one out either. Anyone up for doing a walkthrough?

  9. Scout88 says:

    I just finished it! I will help anyone out, but not sure I’m up for a walk-thru. Where are you stuck?

  10. Scout88 says:

    Walkthrough: Part 1 Show

  11. Scout88 says:

    Walkthrough: Part 2 Show

  12. Me2 says:

    @Scout88, Thanks, I couldn’t have done it without you!

  13. X says:

    I give up. The Show

    section killed it for me. Games are supposed to help lower stress, not cause more frustration! Show

  14. Katie says:

    Thank you Scout88! Definitely need to think outside the box on this one!

  15. TriangleGamesmaster says:

    With the possible exception of the Show

    , I liked it a lot. I feel like it combines the fun and fluidity of point and click with the kind of thinking needed in the older text adventures that to point and click. Kind of makes me want to play Maniac Mansion.