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Comedy point and click adventure Later Alligator is now available on Linux

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A team-up between Pillow Fight Games and SmallBu Animation, the comedy point and click adventure Later Alligator has now officially arrived on Linux just before the holidays.

Later Alligator isn't the first project for either team, with SmallBu Animation being known for their Baman Piderman animation on YouTube and they've also worked with Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Disney, Adult Swim and others. Pillow Fight Games previously developed the visual novels Rose of Winter, Ghosts of Miami, Heaven Will Be Mine. Later Alligator being the latest project from both teams, it was released in September this year with the Linux version coming because "You asked for it, we delivered" according to their announcement.

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Feature Highlight:

  • Classic 2D animation from an award winning studio
  • Over 100 alligators and at least 3 ghosts
  • Funny and family friendly, perfect for all ages
  • 30 joke-filled minigames and challenges
  • Multiple endings and a secret surprise
  • Original soundtrack by 2 Mello

Looks good too, users certainly seem to have enjoyed it with it currently sat with a "Very Positive" rating on Steam from well over 300 people. Good time to release, as I imagine a lot of people are going to have some extra family time and with this being a family friendly game it could be fun to sit and play together with others.

You can buy a copy of Later Alligator on itch.io and Steam.

Hat tip to NuSuey.

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6 comments

Eike 23 Dec, 2019
Hm. Not too much into mini games. Dunno yet.
Purple Library Guy 23 Dec, 2019
I'm digging the soundtrack.
Tiedemann 23 Dec, 2019
Quoting: EikeHm. Not too much into mini games. Dunno yet.

I see pinball, that's all I need to know.
tuubi 23 Dec, 2019
I like the style and the animations so much that I'm happy even if the gameplay isn't that great. And if it is great, then ...great! Going on my wishlist for now.
Eike 2 Feb
I bought and played it, now. Well, played parts of it. It does have style, it does have good music, but in the end, it's a collection of not too interesting mini games.
tuubi 2 Feb
Quoting: EikeI bought and played it, now. Well, played parts of it. It does have style, it does have good music, but in the end, it's a collection of not too interesting mini games.
A vehicle for the art. That's pretty much what I expected.
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