Swedish indie developer Warm Kitten has announced the release window for Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack.
Described as a “cozy 2D point and click adventure game,” Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack is officially coming to PC via Steam this summer. You can play it on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The game was revealed in 2019 and originally funded on Kickstarter where it raised $32k thanks to the support of 469 backers. Among the backers is legendary adventure game creator Ron Gilbert.
The point-and-click adventure game features multiple playable characters and plenty of silliness. They’re also promising time travel and lots of robots. Expect plenty of “puzzles based on logic with a wacky edge” along with a built-in hint system and voice acting.
A demo version is currently available for free on Steam. You can check it out here.