Samorost2, a simple experimental adventure game from Amanita Design, is available now for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 33% launch discount.
Samorost2 is super weird. It’s weird all around. The premise is weird – you’re a gnome-like creature living on a tiny tree planet. Two mysterious, angry looking aliens land near your house and capture your dog, there’s little you can do but lift off in your bottle rocket and get him back. The graphics are weird – the universe is a surreal collage of pastel colored textures and photography. The music is so weird, its award winning. Samorost2 is not a complex experience, it features no inventory or dialogue instead opting for a serene set of scenes to be solved and manipulated. Half game, half art, all greatness.
The GOG.com release of Samorost2 comes with a free copy of the Original Soundtrack bonus goodie, and it’s one worth listening to.
But there’s more! The folks behind Amanita Design also just released their two other smash-weird titles on Linux! If you have them in your library already, you can play Machinarium and Botanicula on your Unix-like and mostly POSIX-compliant computer operating system.
A surreal adventure awaits in Samorost2, available now, DRM-free on GOG.com! The 33% launch discount will last for one week, until Tuesday, July 14, at 10:59 AM GMT.
Source:: GOG – Good Old Games