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Comedy point and click adventure Not Another Weekend is out now

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With a certain level of humour and style found in early Leisure Suit Larry, developers Animatic Vision / Dead Blue Friends have released Not Another Weekend.

"For all the fans of pixel art out there, get ready for the wackiest adventure of time. You are a bellboy, Mike Melkout, working at a high-class hotel. Mike may seem crazy, or even peculiar or he might as well be. Nevertheless, he has only one plan. A dark plan. To throw everyone out in just one Weekend. A humorous point ’n’ click adventure game, set in the ’80s, as a tribute to the pop culture of that era."

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We're definitely not short on good point and click adventures nowadays. A genre that once seemed to be dying out, has been revived and then some by various indie teams. Nice to see even more make it out and support Linux right away too.

You can buy Not Another Weekend on Steam.

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Purple Library Guy 25 May, 2021
Point and click must be pretty easy to support on Linux--we seem to get a lot of them.
NoSt 26 May, 2021
I played the demo during the last Steam Game Festival and I rather liked it. It has a certain Maniac Mansion/Day of the Tentacle vibe.
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