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Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack looks like a fun time for those of you eager to play more comedy 2D point and click adventures.

"A cozy 2D Point & Click adventure featuring multiple playable characters and plenty of silliness. Oh, and there’s time travel and relationship stuff going down too. And robots – lots of robots…"

One I actually pointed out back in early August, where at the time it seems GOG weren't overly interested but it seems they changed their mind. It's out now and available on both GOG and Steam. It actually released originally back in August, with the GOG release only coming recently. Funded on Kickstarter, even the legendary Ron Gilbert backed it.

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Game Features:

  • Multiple playable characters
  • Puzzles based in logic with a wacky edge
  • Sleek 2D animations
  • Fully voice acted
  • Built-in hint system
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Eike 19 Dec, 2022
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I absolutely recommend this game to everyone who likes the genre!
whizse 19 Dec, 2022
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Quoting: EikeI absolutely recommend this game to everyone who likes the genre!
Backed by Ron Gilbert and recommended by Eike. On the wishlist it goes!
Eike 20 Dec, 2022
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Quoting: whizse
Quoting: EikeI absolutely recommend this game to everyone who likes the genre!
Backed by Ron Gilbert and recommended by Eike. On the wishlist it goes!

I hope both factors contribute equally! ;) :D

No, I really loved the game. The drawings are great (they lacked money for animations so they made a one-fits-all grab animation - but that one's so nice that I would have preferred it to dedicated ones), puzzles are good, it's actually funny, you get to play three people in three times who have to interact, and it totally doesn't deny that it's got the idea from Day of the Tentacle...


Last edited by Eike on 20 December 2022 at 10:27 am UTC
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