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Reversion Point & Click Adventure Game On Desura & Steam's Greenlight

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Reversion tells us the story of a man that wakes up in the year 2035 without memories and finds out that the city of Buenos Aires is destroyed, taken by a paramillitary force and isolated from the rest of the country. We have to get our memories back and try to change the destiny of the city.

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  • New realistic locations, based on real places from the city itself 
  • New charismatic and mysterious characters 
  • Deep and challenging puzzles to keep you hooked 
  • Wide variety of interactive objects through each scenery 
  • Classic 2D graphics, as in the golden age of the genre 
  • Hand drawn characters and locations, digitally colored, achieving a beautiful result that you can see for yourself 
  • Hints system, avoid getting stuck

The graphics in this are very well done, any point & click adventure game fans will probably jump at this I am sure.

The first chapter is free while the second chapter is a tiny £3.99 which is a pretty good deal don't you think? Gives you a good chance to make sure it works before picking up the second chapter.

They are looking for help getting onto Steam via greenlight, so you know the drill if you like the look of it head over to their greenlight page to vote.

If you want to try it now however, you can use these handy Desura buttons.

Chapter 1
Reversion - The Escape (1st Chapter)

Chapter 2
Reversion - The Meeting (2nd Chapter)

Final Note: To the developers, please stop with "PC and Linux.", you mean Windows and Linux, help bring the change. Article taken from
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Superuser 22 Dec, 2013
Amnesiac hero, sudden acquisition of military training... this game just screams cliche!
stan 23 Dec, 2013
The trailer does say “windows” at the end :).
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