You’ve probably never heard of it, but – The Underground lives! With Bunker!
Today, 2tainment announced the ultra retro-tastic and action-packed pointand-click adventure Bunker: The Underground Game (or BuTUG for you hipsters). This episodic (exactly one episode long) game will be released later this year (at least that’s the hope) for PC, computers teeming with penguins, and also the ones with big apples on them.
In addition to riding ice bears and hunting cute lil’ penguins, the Finns spend their leisure time developing propaganda games that will finally and ultimately be responsible for the onset of the First Intergalactic Star War. Well at least that’s the declared goal. And that’s also the reason why Bunker is being developed in Finland. Disclaimer: We assume excessive amounts of alcohol may have been consumed during development – but we don’t know for sure as we haven’t seen the developer for quite a while now.
In Bunker: The Underground Game, you will take on the role of Otto Thompson (honestly, that’s as hipster as it gets), who is so much of a hipster that he suddenly finds himself in the strangest of Russian top secret bunkers. This is all so he can isolate himself from the rest of the world — and from his 12 identical twin brothers.
Jam-packed with impertinent dialog, humorous humor, strange characters, mind-bogglingly absurd puzzles, pixel art at its finest… and do I seriously have to rattle off the entire list? Can’t we just stick with the truth and leave out all that marketing gobbledygook and tell those pesky press representatives that Bunker is simply dope? I mean, it simply kicks ass. No? Yes? Well then let us also say that it takes its cue from those old adventure games… you know, those Lucas Farts. And of course it also contains pixel art, hipster gags, and takes place in a far out Soviet-era setting. And you’re already rearing to go, aren’t you? See, that’s what I’m talking about! Oh… damn. Hey there,