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Nuclear war, post apocalypse, barren and lifeless wastelands. Lifeless? Not so much! Mutated insects have made their home in a bomb shelter and theyre set on exploring the world. Let this point&click adventure welcome you to a hilariously bizarre end time world and join the roaches Jim and Bud on their journey to the surface. Journey of a Roach tells the story of two roach-buddies, who want nothing but see the surface world. On their way up, they meet all kinds of bizarre and ludicrous insects inhabiting the post-apocalyptic earth. In atmospheric 3D point&click adventure style youll take control of Jim the roach through the bomb shelter, effortlessly crawling your way along walls and ceilings. This innovative and dynamic game mechanic creates opportunities for a wholly new puzzle design. Fondly designed speechballoons offer an unconventional new dialogue experience and the soundtrack delivers and atmospheric, post-apocalyptic mood.
What does the world look like when mankind is extinct because it has atomically destroyed itself?
Dead and dead? Boring and gloomy?
Nothing. The animal world then really takes off. Crably cockroaches, ants trimmed for confrontation, tasty... maggots, bloated fish, playful flies and caring spiders. There's a lot of activity on the death strip. The survivors live their own insect lives.
That sounds quite strange, but this characteristic is the special thing about this humorous game. There's no talking. How would that work? We can't understand cockroaches. Still, you know what the story is about. The little cockroach friend of our gracious main character falls and disappears, so what do you have to do? Anything to find him and free him.
You can solve nicely designed puzzles like a good Point'n'Click Game should. Even if you don't know what to do, the player is given various hidden clues for solving these problems. The comic-like graphic style and the funny, varied music are super tuned to the funny, positive mood of the game.
I enjoyed the game a lot and I would play it again anytime. Why don't you give it a try?
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