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You all just want to buy it so you can press the button don't you? I know I do. Please, Don’t Touch Anything is now officially available on Linux with a nice discount.

After watching the trailer, I just need to know more! Will I destroy a city, or will I save it?

About the game (Official)
Please, Don’t Touch Anything is a cryptic, brain-racking button-pushing simulation.

Covering for a colleague who is taking a bathroom break, you find yourself in front of a mysterious panel which only component is a red button. And since you’ve clearly been instructed not to touch anything, the only thing you want to do now is push that damn button.

Push it and expect to be held liable for any unintended aftermath. And there will be many.

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wvstolzing May 28, 2016
Echoes of Ren & Stimpy....

Last edited by wvstolzing on 28 May 2016 at 7:41 pm UTC
lucifertdark May 29, 2016
I touched the button, I touched the button, oh heck! I don't know why but this one just sort of tickles my funny bone, got to have it & now I can. :D
Corben May 29, 2016
Beware, this game is quite tricky. You have to decipher the hints, which makes so much fun if you succeed!
This game reminds me of Mc Pixel, but where you mostly use trial and error in Mc Pixel, you can use your brain in PDTA.
The endings (25 of them!) you can discover are funny, suprising, horrifying or all together. Decorade the wall in the background with pictures and light up all 25 lamps.

Last edited by Corben on 29 May 2016 at 8:27 am UTC
Eike May 29, 2016
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Unfortunately, I already watched that in a Let's Play, but it's a nice strange puzzler. Sort of. :o)
PublicNuisance May 29, 2016
Interesting concept. Price is right to give it a try. If it is good and they ever come out with a DRM free version I would pay full price to get it DRM free.
Purple Library Guy May 29, 2016
Wouldn't preserve my spacing, made the flowchart unreadable (and not funny). Oh well.

Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 29 May 2016 at 4:46 pm UTC
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