One helluva day - Demo
A downloadable game for Windows
Point & Click Adventure about:
Self-centered CEO is desperately trying to save his company from collapse. Together with that he is forced to rescue the entire town from an impending disaster.
Every game character is a puzzle itself that can be solved or broken, so there are two ways to follow.
Unarchive. Start the file "OneHelluvaDay_Demo.exe".
- Added Czech into game.Nov 01, 2018
- IT AIN'T EASY BEIN' SLEAZY! - One Helluva Day Part 1Oct 31, 2018
- Demo. Point & Click Adventure "One helluv day".Sep 20, 2018
- The adventure game "One helluva day" now has its own page in Steam store.Sep 08, 2017
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Today we go on an adventure with Bob who was about to go home until he was stopped by some mean lady who shows him a bill that literally makes Bobs jaw drops so the nagging woman leaves and we start to uncover a possible plot to get Bob fired!
New location - Restoran.
Point and click games have been one of my many addictions since I first dived into the first Discworld offering (and Broken Sword, obviously). So whenever I see a cool-looking, retro style point and click pop up I have to give it a try!
The art and character design in this game really are top notch, I love all the little nuances like the way the Boss walks, the way he scratches the back of his head now and again and the comic sound effects add so much more to the equation!
The translation from Russian to English is a bit rough and ready though, and there were a few times the lines didn't make any sense so I had to try and decipher them the best I could. That's something I would recommend getting some reworking done if you continue development beyond this great demo! Also there were a lot of items I picked up that I don't think added anything to the gameplay (perhaps beyond the demo they do though), so I was left trying to combine everything with everything else at one point which I didn't need to do to beat the demo in the end.
On the whole this really is delightful though, with a bit of love and attention this could be a real corker of a game, and I'll be keeping a close eye on future developments. Keep up the awesome work! =)