Randal’s Monday Pre-Order Bonuses on Steam and GOG

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

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Randal's Monday | Gameplay

Are you a point-and-click enthusiast? Does video game culture make you happy? Does the name Daedalic fill you with longing? If any of those are true, then you owe it to yourself to check out Randal’s Monday, coming to Steam and GOG November 12th. This self-aware point-and-click adventure looks to have lots of great humor and fluid art, and should inject some vitality into the once prevalent point-and-click genre. Better yet, those of you who preorder it on Steam or GOG before the release date get some extra goodies!

Randal's Monday | Cast

For those who preorder Randal’s Monday on Steam, you will get a free download code for the classic Daedalic game Edna and Harvey: The Breakout. If you preorder it on GOG, you get your choice between Edna & Harvey: The Breakout, Depoina or A New Beginning: Final Cut. Randal’s Monday will sell for $24.99 and includes an extended interview with both Jeff Anderson and Jason Mewes, of Clerks fame, who both lend their talents to VA in the game. Personally I think the game looks to be pretty fun. Take a gander at the trailer and tell me if you agree!


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