A Highland Song studio Inkle is teasing 1920s mystery at Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls

June 15, 2024
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After flinging itself around the Scottish hills in A Highland Song and doing a spot of linguistic archaeology in Heaven’s Vault, developer Inkle has announced it’ll soon be venturing to 1922 where a mystery is waiting to be solved at Miss Mulligatawney’s School for Promising Girls.

Inkle hasn’t exactly explained what its School for Promising Girls is just yet, but there are clues to be found over on Steam, where the developer has tagged the game’s newly surfaced store listing with the labels, “Investigation”, “Interactive Fiction”, “Comic Book”, and “2D”.

Everything else shared so far is firmly in-universe, with Inkle having replaced a more practical Steam description with a flyer promoting the titular school. “The best education the 1920s have to offer!,” it proudly proclaims, before adding, “We offer tuition in Latin, Geometry, and a wide range of team sports, all within the beautiful setting of our isolated country estate.”

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