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Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack out in summer

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Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack point and click game is due to release this summer on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. All due to the efforts and creativity of developer Warm Kitten. Due to make its way onto Steam.

Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack was originally funded on Kickstarter. While raising $32k due to the support of 469 backers. Which includes Ron Gilbert (the creator of the genre) himself.

The game features multiple playable characters, puzzles based on logic with a wacky edge. There is also a built-in hint system and tasty voice acting. if you want to play, there is a demo version available for free on Steam (Windows PC). But having personally tested the Demo, it runs well on Proton, all due to Unity 3D.

Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack – Teaser Trailer

In the game, you play three characters trying to unite lost lovers. Getting a fun loving caveman back to his own time. All while steering clear of the scary-looking robots. Who are going to try to erase you from the timeline. All due to the creative efforts of a small but passionate team striving to create something new. While still maintaining the cozy adorable feelings we all remember from playing the classics back in the day.

A demo version of Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack is currently available for free on both Windows PC and Mac. Possible other platforms may include Linux, iOS, Android, and Switch.

Features:

  • An intuitive point-and-click interface
  • Three playable characters
  • Puzzles based on logic with a wacky edge
  • Sleek animations and voice actingle.

Independent game development studio Warm Kitten will be releasing the game this summer. So far, their point and click adventure game Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack available to Demo and Wishlist via Steam. Due to arrive on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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