Montagues Mount

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Montague's Mount is disturbing psychological thriller set in the bleakness of an abandoned Irish island, featuring exploration and challenging puzzle solving. This game is part one of a two part story, some questions are left unanswered and open to interpretation. To thank our fans for our successful Greenlight campaign, we have added new voiceovers, clues and storylines, and also made the Oculus Rift demo available (which will update to the full version on its release).

The mixture of cold Atlantic water and coarse sand in your mouth brings you back from unconsciousness. Surrounded by the wreckage of a boat’s hull, you can only draw one conclusion: your vessel has been torn apart by the submerged rocks. The secrets of the island must be uncovered if you are ever going to find a way to escape. Where is everyone; is the island really uninhabited; and what is lurking within the isolated caves?

Key Features:

  • New hints, storylines and voiceovers.

  • Desolate yet beautiful environments to explore.

  • Challenging puzzles to solve.

  • Secrets and collectibles hidden across the island.

  • Voice narration by Derek Riddell (Ugly Betty, Frankie, No Angels and more).

  • Oculus Rift demo. (Windows only, full version available post-launch for all platforms.)

  • First game to promote the Irish language (Gaeilge).

  • Full language support for English, French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish and Russian.

Customer reviews



Sganotak | Jan. 17, 2014 | See all Sganotak's reviews »

This is a psychological thriller adventure game. I am a big fan of the genre and I had a really hard time getting through Montagues Mount. The game is a letdown. First of all, the storytelling is unintuitive and you will spend the most time solving generic puzzles. The game's also highly unpolished and riddled with bugs. On the other hand, the audio design is pretty good and the atmosphere is interesting despite the game's weak graphics. There are more episodes coming in the future so let's hope that they're of better quality. In the meantime if you're looking for a good psychological thriller you can play Dear Esther