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Love your point and click adventures and want to see more? Zid Journey is a new one from the team behind Zniw Adventure. It's a classic 2D point 'n click adventure game, developed in a tiny team from Poland. Just like the first game, it will have full Native Linux support.

Zid Journey tells the story of Zid, and focuses on his quest of reuniting a little Daspletosaurus hatchling with its lost parents, while also trying to uncover his own mysterious origins. The developers said that their first game, Zniw Adventure, was "welcomed with enthusiasm and enjoyed by many players" and so this encouraged them to continue making more.

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Features:

  • A relaxing point 'n click with an cartoon/comic-book aesthetic and familiar prehistoric world.
  • Charming visuals featuring cartoony art style, hand-drawn backgrounds, and frame-by-frame animations!
  • Over 20 dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures to meet during your journey.
  • Visit new places, landmarks, and settlements in the lore-rich, prehistoric world of Polisemia!
  • Seveal unlockables, including dinopedia pages and bonus content!
  • A safe adventure for everyone - no gore, blood, or bad language.

Their Kickstarter campaign only has a small goal of €8,000 which has already been hit. A very small goal to make a game with, and it seems like it's mainly to hire a little help to get it across the finishing line.

Fund it on Kickstarter and try the new demo on Steam.

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Sigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
whizse 18 Oct
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Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
What is your favorite one? I was always on team Triceratops!
Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
I know what you mean....... I use to know all the Dinosaucers by name too.....
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Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
What is your favorite one? I was always on team Triceratops!
So hard to decide. They all had their schtick . . . I respect Triceratops, for sure. I like Ankylosaurus with all that armour and a wrecking ball on its tail. But in the end I guess I'm a T-Rex man.
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Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
I know what you mean....... I use to know all the Dinosaucers by name too.....
What on Earth?!
whizse 18 Oct
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Anyhow... loved the first game in the series, loved the demo, the full version will be great I'm sure, but man am I'm glad they stuck to letting the programmers program and not draw:

Pengling 19 Oct
Quoting: StoneColdSpider
Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
I know what you mean....... I use to know all the Dinosaucers by name too.....
Don't forget the Diplodos, either! The big-eyed art-style of this game reminds me a bit of that show.
Quoting: Pengling
Quoting: StoneColdSpider
Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
I know what you mean....... I use to know all the Dinosaucers by name too.....
Don't forget the Diplodos, either! The big-eyed art-style of this game reminds me a bit of that show.
We never got Diplodos here in Aus......
The art style does remind me of Bananaman and Super Ted.....

Quoting: whizseWhat is your favorite one? I was always on team Triceratops!
I was always on team Stegosaurus.......
Pit 20 Oct
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Quoting: Purple Library GuySigh. There was a time when I knew all the dinosaur names. There are so many more nowadays . . .
What is your favorite one? I was always on team Triceratops!

Ha, what about the Tricera-Cop?


SCNR


Last edited by Pit on 20 October 2022 at 11:16 am UTC
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