Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack 2D point and click adventure game launches on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Due to the work and creative talents of developer Warm Kitten. Now available on Steam (with no discount, at all).
Indie development studio Warm Kitten has released Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack. Which is their impressive 2D point and click adventure about time traveling, love, and scary looking robots. Which also launches natively on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.
While gameplay takes you on a journey where you play three characters. They are all trying to unite lost lovers and get a fun loving caveman back to his own time. Due to keeping clear of the scary looking robots who want to erase you from the timeline.
Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack – Release Trailer
Do you accept responsibility for Kloot’s education in the modern world?
Also, if you really want to cure that cat allergy, you’re gonna have to do some serious traveling. But due note, Julia has a feeling that something ain’t right.
Surely there are bigger problems than a broken helmet when braving the final frontier?
Should you get stuck in Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack, you can always ask Daela for a hint. Yes it’s okay, she won’t tell anyone. All while you face a cute but unsuspecting adventure. Oddly enough, the prehistoric caveman Kloot, certainly evolves quickly.
- Story driven puzzles only
- Three playable characters
- Puzzles based in logic with a wacky edge
- Sleek 2D animations
- Full voice acting
- Full text translation in German and French
- Kickstarter backed by Ron Gilbert himself
Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack the epic 2D point and click adventure game is live on Steam. Priced at $19.99 USD / £14.99 / 19,99€. Available with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.