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Antenna Dilemma, a free short point and click is now available on Linux

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Here's another new free game for you to try out, Antenna Dilemma from Goloso Games is now available on Linux.

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A little about it:

Antenna Dilemma is a short and witty point&click in which you'll follow the story of C432632, a finicky grey cube that sure doesn't want to miss his favorite TV show. In a media-driven society in which nothing else matters but TV, will our hero wake up and understand the world he lives in is far from perfect?

Features:

  • A captivating story acclaimed by players (3rd place on 81 in the "Story" category of AdventureJam 2018), Antenna Dilemma takes you into a surprising dystopia.
  • An adventure game inspired by the golden age of point&clicks: search every scene, find the right items to use, and solve logical puzzles.
  • Deadpan humour and (clever) puns, there's enough for everyone's taste!
  • Follow a cast of eccentric characters, such as TV addict C432632, a fitness-lover custom agent, a hangry security guard tortoise, and more!

The initial Linux release had a couple problems, which the developer quickly worked around when I reported them. All works fine now, so do give it a shot if you like your free quirky adventures.

Find Antenna Dilemma on Steam.

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