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Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness is an episodic video game series based on the webcomic Penny Arcade.

It is set to be a 3D action-adventure game distributed as four games. This is Episode 1.

Based on the popular comic strip Penny Arcade, On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness is an episodic RPG/Adventure where you join with Gabe and Tycho of the Startling Developments Detective Agency to solve strange mysteries lurking in New Arcadia.

Set in the 1920s, the game places the familiar Penny Arcade protagonists in an alternate pulp horror setting reminiscent of the works of H. P. Lovecraft.

 Penny Arcade Adv.

Price
$19.95

Developer
Hothead Games

Website
www.penny-arcade.com

Requirements
CPU: Pentium III or better
RAM: 512MB
ATI RadeonTM 9500 or better, HD: 350MB of space
NVIDIA GeForceTM FX 5200 or better, Intel® GMA 950 or better with 64 MB of video memory (shared or dedicated)

Linux 32-bit x86
OS-supported keyboard and mouse
OS-supported sound card

Support:
FAQ, PAX 06, Tycho

Selected Reviews:
PolishLinux, bit-tech.net, Wired, The Stranger

Features include:

  • Create-a-Player System lets you design and develop your own character, seeing it come to life in 3D and in the comic-style 2D cut scenes
  • Dynamic turn-based combat system, over-the-top animations, and team-up moves during enemy battles
  • Classic adventure game play combines with RPG elements to unravel the game's mysteries and puzzles
  • Authentic Penny Arcade story and dialogue written exclusively by Jerry Holkins
  • Includes Gabe, Tycho, Annarchy, the Fruit F*cker and many other favorite Penny Arcade characters, plus new characters designed by Mike Krahulik

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