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The Preposterous Awesomeness Of Everything Download Link

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The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is a satirical point-and-click adventure game, about progress, politics and propulsive nozzles. It features a traditional verb-based interface, with updated verbs (including 'befuddle', 'disrespect' and 'pray-for'), unique collage-based art and ~15,000 words (3-4 hours?) of intellectually stimulating satirical shenanigans.

The preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is about an apparently primitive society, attempting to work together to build a space rocket. It follows these people, from disordered chaos (the past), through a disgusting and distorted and horrible and hilarious kind of faux-democracy (the present (SATIRE! Amirite?!?!)), into the unknowable, irrelevant emptiness of outer space (the future).

Along the journey players will encounter a host of colourful characters (including the mysterious Man with the Little Pencil, the superfluous Man in the Wren Suit and the fabulous Helen), they will solve a variety of engaging puzzles, and they will be forced into making a number of difficult moral decisions, with potential disastrous consequences!

Features:


  • Traditional verb-based interface
  • Updated verbs (including 'befuddle', 'disrespect' and 'pray-for')
  • Unique collage-based art
  • A cameo appearance from Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie)
  • ~15,000 words (3-4 hours?) of intellectually stimulating satirical shenanigans
  • A joke about white blood cells
  • Prohibitively experimental electronic music
  • Irrelevant duck
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Title: The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer:
Joe Richardson
Publisher:
Joe Richardson
Release Date: 9 Feb, 2016


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 2 GHz - Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers

English



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"Do you enjoy the grotesque and satirical works of Francois Rabelais?"


Bottom line at the top: This game is weird, ridiculous, and just plain silly. So its an obvious must for P&C adventure fans!


Pros
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-Hilarious Monty Python-esque satirical nonsense humor, which is right up my alley.
-Bizarre character design with simple looking sprite animations that somehow end up seeming higher quality than they probably are.
-High resolution backgrounds and sprites.
-Really good sound effects and music that adds to the overall surreal atmosphere of the game.
-Funny take on verb interface. Lots of stuff to disrespect.
-Built in hints.


Meh.
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-At 2 hours game play this game is short and at $7 regular asking price is pricier than I prefer for most games. Overall it was a unique game and I was able to pick it up on sale. I suggest those wanting to check this game out do the same.


Cons
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-Couldn't get it work in full screen or windowed mode. I also couldn't find any kind of online documentation or troubleshooting to fix the issue. I eventually found a config file in the game folder, but even after trying various tweaks I the best I was able to do was get it to play in a mode that took up about 80% of my screen locked to the upper left hand corner. I ended up playing like this because the game is cool, but it was very distracting the whole time and I clicked on the desktop and on more than one occasion. There was an email provided in game to contact the developer with issues, but I didn't feel like waiting for a reply.
-Had a few bugs here and there, one of which required restarting the game.
-No save slots, continue function only.


This game pokes a lot at modern day society and has some good pseudo-philosophical satire. Overall however its really just a strange little P&C game from a very talented single developer. If you like this game I highly recommend Joe Richardson's other game Four Last Things. Both games are excellent and I look forward to his upcoming title The Procession of Calvary!. NOT WORTH PLAYING

This game is too bad. Well normaly on indie the expections are low as well, but not even that can this game do. The controls are an absolute desaster the story is worst, the sound nearly not exists and all you did is being forced to read walls of text without any reason, only to make another step in the prescripted no-solution puzzles.. Weird game, interesting plot and original presentation with some funny moments.
Puzzles are very easy and art style is , well, different.
A just think it's too short, not even 2 hours to reach the end.
I think it's worth a try for people seeking something different but be weary that it reaches the conclusion fast.. The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is a short adventure game with a lot of style and a rather sarcastic wit. Even just for this very aspect The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is a real gem.
I fully enjoyed the way the author makes fun of humankind and human stupidity. It's hilarious the way developpers are mocking humans' lack of free will and tendancy to always follow what the others say or do, the way the game ridicules humans' bestial behavior and so on..
Take all these ingredients and put them together to form the leftovers of humanity on the verge of its own end.. Now, play and watch ;)

The graphics style is quite peculiar but it goes along with the whole cynical spirit of the game.
The gameplay is pleasant and very funny. Gamers should really read all the dialogues and exhaust all conversation topics, not only for they give hints to progress on your journey, but also because their keen sense of humour makes them to be worth few seconds of reading.
Many eccentric and totally unpredictable NPCs are taking part in the gameplay and in the storyline. The game pace and the game difficulty are fine (and not completely twisted).
All the achievements can be unlocked in a single playthrough.

I strongly recommend this game to anyone with a dash of humor and looking for a way to fairly entertain few hours.. So far this game is very weird and strange. In other words, perfect.

Just like the previous games that Joe Richardson has made the art is really cool and help to make a more enjoyable experience.

I did a full playthrough: here is the playlist (4 videos): http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1Me39ZbMPfLiVS6skitCAXDvy0vA.... i got this from a random steam key. This game is meme that cost money. basically a scam. F*** Me.











But if u got the money why the hell not.. Very nic(h)e.. A refreshing breath of fresh air to the adventure genre. Really more of a parody/satire than anything else, but it made me laugh and that's what's important!. "Do you enjoy the grotesque and satirical works of Francois Rabelais?"


Bottom line at the top: This game is weird, ridiculous, and just plain silly. So its an obvious must for P&C adventure fans!


Pros
------------------------------------------------
-Hilarious Monty Python-esque satirical nonsense humor, which is right up my alley.
-Bizarre character design with simple looking sprite animations that somehow end up seeming higher quality than they probably are.
-High resolution backgrounds and sprites.
-Really good sound effects and music that adds to the overall surreal atmosphere of the game.
-Funny take on verb interface. Lots of stuff to disrespect.
-Built in hints.


Meh.
------------------------------------------------
-At 2 hours game play this game is short and at $7 regular asking price is pricier than I prefer for most games. Overall it was a unique game and I was able to pick it up on sale. I suggest those wanting to check this game out do the same.


Cons
------------------------------------------------
-Couldn't get it work in full screen or windowed mode. I also couldn't find any kind of online documentation or troubleshooting to fix the issue. I eventually found a config file in the game folder, but even after trying various tweaks I the best I was able to do was get it to play in a mode that took up about 80% of my screen locked to the upper left hand corner. I ended up playing like this because the game is cool, but it was very distracting the whole time and I clicked on the desktop and on more than one occasion. There was an email provided in game to contact the developer with issues, but I didn't feel like waiting for a reply.
-Had a few bugs here and there, one of which required restarting the game.
-No save slots, continue function only.


This game pokes a lot at modern day society and has some good pseudo-philosophical satire. Overall however its really just a strange little P&C game from a very talented single developer. If you like this game I highly recommend Joe Richardson's other game Four Last Things. Both games are excellent and I look forward to his upcoming title The Procession of Calvary!



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