Primordia demo samples rusty robot adventure

Do you like rickety robots? Do you like adventure games? Do you- no, I'm not talking about Machinarium. The rickety robot adventure game in question is Primordia, a grimmer and grimier affair which you can try out now in a demo released ahead of next week's launch on PC.

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Do you like rickety robots? Do you like adventure games? Do you- no, I'm not talking about Machinarium. The rickety robot adventure game in question is Primordia, a grimmer and grimier affair which you can try out now in a demo released ahead of next week's launch on PC.

As we rightfully should be, humanity is dead and gone in the world of Primordia. Man the mouse for fierce point-and-clicking action as Horatio Nullbuilt ventures into the mysterious city of Metropol to find his stolen power source, ably assisted by comedy sidekick Crispin. You'll need to solve puzzles and things--you know, adventure game stuff.

You can pre-order Primordia from GOG for $7.99, or direct from Wadjet for $8.99, who're also selling an exclusive boxed edition for $20 only up until the game launches on December 5. It's developed by newcomer Wormwood Studios and published by Wadjet Eye Games, the name that's brought us adventure games including Gemini Rue and Resonance.

Observe, moving images, 'motion pictures' if you will:

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    November 28, 2012 4:15 PM

    Alice O'Connor posted a new article, Primordia demo samples rusty robot adventure.

    Do you like rickety robots? Do you like adventure games? Do you- no, I'm not talking about Machinarium. The rickety robot adventure game in question is Primordia, a grimmer and grimier affair which you can try out now in a demo released ahead of next week's launch on PC.

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      November 28, 2012 4:41 PM

      I kind of hate that Valve is making them get approval through the Greenlight program instead of just approving them like they did with the last two games published by Wadget Eye. It looks like a pretty cool game.

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      November 29, 2012 8:37 AM

      It's funny that you mention Machinarium because the design of the world does remind me of that game quite a bit. (And it's a very cool game by the way).

      This seems to be the year that the Adventure Game makes a comeback!