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Tango: The Adventure Game support incoming

tango the adventure game support incoming to linux mac windows

Tango: The Adventure Game, a classic 2D point and click graphic adventure for Mac and Windows, but we have news for Linux support. Since the Latin American indie incubator and publishing company Inca Games announce the launch on Steam.

So Gualicho Games’ ring in a new adventure that combines humorous dialog, brain-teasing puzzles, and iconic music. Tango: The Adventure Game is available on Windows and Mac via Steam for $8.99 USD and at the game’s website for a limited-time at $6.99 USD with a Steam key.

Linux Support:

“They are working on a glitch found in the Mac version. And he would look into a Linux version after that. He wasn’t able to give me an estimated date.”

Since Linux support would be the only logical next step. Gualicho Games is taking time to hone the current release, working through that Mac glitch. Then porting to Linux after that, thanks to Unity 3D. The games also been in the making for the past 8 years. So we’ll go easy on the developer, for now.

The story for the game takes place in 1930’s Buenos Aires. Tango: The Adventure Game center’s around a main character loosely based on the legendary Carlos Gardel. Also the world’s most famous Tango artist. The gameplay itself mixes fact and fiction, humor, and puzzles. While crafting the story for the history of the Tango.
Plus the dynamic culture surrounding it while painting a picture of the city in the early Twentieth Century. So definitely not your average point and click

Created by Argentinian indie studio Gualicho Games. Tango features many of Gardel’s most famous songs and nods to his films. As well as an original score by Adriana Figueroa Manas and Tango-related trivia. Tango: The Adventure Game has also appeared at numerous indie game festivals in Latin America and was a 2017 Finalist at the Awesome Games Awards.

Tango: The Adventure Game – Trailer (Windows, Mac, Linux incoming)

“As a storyteller and artist, respectively. Mateo and I liked the narrative potential of the graphic adventure genre. And we’re inspired by studios like Double Fine,” said Martin Arregui, Gualicho’s founder and narrative writer. “We had an interest in doing something music-related; Matías and Adriana, our character and audio designers. Each have extensive knowledge of the Tango, which is really how the game took shape.”

The pairing with the Buenos Aires-based Inca Games was a natural fit, as one of the LatAm publisher’s key missions is to showcase the region’s talent and culture.

“There is such a rich history in Latin America; so many stories to tell and an incredible number of talented developers in the region of which the rest of the world is still largely unaware,” said Javier Entelman, CEO of Inca Games. “To us, Tango really embodies the Argentine culture. Gualicho has created a game that’s not only relatable for Latin American gamers but showcases key aspects of an important time in the region’s history in an engaging way for gamers worldwide”.

Tango: The Adventure Game is available for Windows and Mac via Steam, priced at $8.99 USD. Or check out the game’s website for $6.99 USD with a Steam key, for a limited time.

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