preposterous.jpgFollowing the adventure filled 2015, I'm more than happy to see that 2016 is shaping up to become another fine installment in the glorious saga of the humble and story-loving pointing-and-clicking genre. The year that has already given us Shardlight and The King's Challenge, you see, has also provided us with the satirical, intriguing, lovely looking and very different The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything.

And I noticed only now, which is indeed shameful, but I could actually make up at least a dozen solid excuses for my failing to cover this weird beauty so far. I will not though. I will simply let you know that this is a game with unique graphics, an almost traditional verb-based interface that lets you 'disrespect' things, and a tendency for satire one simply should not neglect.

The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything by Joe Richardson is out now for Windows on Steam and DRM-free on the Humble Store.