The point 'n' click adventure genre isn't especially known for innovation. The main gameplay gimmick is in the name, after all. Once in a blue moon, however, some developer comes along and tries something different, like way back in 2004 when the Spanish developer Alcachofa Soft released their title Mortadelo y Filemón: Una Aventura de Cine, which featured LAN/online co-op for two players (the Steam release changed it to local co-op only). Was it janky, and did it suffer from soft-locks due to accidental sequence breaking? Yes. Was it still an awesome and unique experience? Definitely. We don't know of any other point 'n' click adventure ever trying the same before or after that, until this month when COWCAT added 4-player local co-op (!) to their already unique "Punch & Click" Adventure, BROK the InvestiGator. What a very nice surprise.