Friday, July 22, 2016

Lets Play & Review: Pigsodus Demo

Hello Dwellers and Welcome To The Basement…

It’s been a while, but time for a new episode of ‘First Impressions’, this time of a Demo for a game called Pigsodus - the Ultimate Pig Adventure Game

It’s a point and click game developed by Psilocybe Games that actually has a playable demo that you can check out. The plot (as listed on the Steam Greenlight page for the game) is as follows… Deep in the Alaskan woods an incredibly smart pig (named Horance Oinsktein) is fighting for survival, pursued by a relentless butcher, surrounded by hunters and wolves, he must find a way to not only save himself but his loved ones.  


Sounds pretty damn epic if you ask me. 


Since this is a point and click game, it’s easy to learn, it’s a natural puzzle format. The graphics are decent, very comparable to many of the LucasArts games from the early 90s (Indiana Jones & The Fate of Atlantis, Loom, Day of the Tentacle, etc), and is proof you don’t need a to look like a lot of AAA games to have a quality game.

Anyway, I like what I saw with the demo and I would love to see how this game fully turns out, when it’s eventually (hopefully) completed. The music is solid, the start of the story, that comes as the result of a dream is cute and the dialog and in game descriptions are rather clever (the joke about Fat Freddie aside…). The puzzles themselves are standard logic, even getting past wolves involves a nice bit of thinking.

Now there is a Kickstarter to raise funds (I’ve elected to back the project myself since there is work to show the devs are making progress) and you can do so at

And you check the demo game out for yourselves, just visit to download it and to give it a go!.

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