“Dude, where is my beer?” game tasting

Dude, where is my beer? promo art

“Dude, where is my beer?” is a point and click adventure about finding an old school pilsner in the confusing world of unnecessary craft beers and snobby hipsters.

The game is developed by Arik Zurabian and Edo Brenes and translates the struggle of more and more craft beers on the rising today into a well thought out funny indie, that will have you wanting a pilsner.
With no game development experience, two normal guys Arik Zurabian and Edo Brenes spent most of their free time during almost two years creating a hand-drawn point-and-click adventure game about a simple middle-aged man looking for a pilsner in a world of craft beer-loving hipsters.

As fate would have it, Arik (Norway) would meet Edo (Costa Rica) through the vast cables and airwaves of the Internet; and after a few conversations and a failed crowdfunding campaign, they decided to go on with the game as a personal project.

Arriving in town

When you get off the bus at your destination, Oslo, you feel the need to get a nice cold pilsner after a long trip. Luckily you know a bar close by and know that Carl works there, entering the bar you do come to a scary conclusion that hipsters have taken over the town and drink stuff like West Coast IPA’s, American Black Ales, or even an AdvocadoBeer.

Explore the bars to find a pilsner and help out the locals with their problems to progress in the game.

One of the many in-game bars

The game has a nostalgic interface and will let you, open, close, give, pick up, look at, talk to, push, pull, and use items.
Another feature that this game has, is the beer-o-meter, the beer-o-meter shows you how intoxicated you are and will let you know what you can do.

You can’t talk to anyone except for the bus driver and bartenders if you’re not feeling a little bit tipsy, since you are a socially awkward person that doesn’t like to converse when sober.

Game UI with the possible actions and inventory

There aren’t many options for accessibility settings, and it’s not stated if that is going to be implemented.

You can wishlist the game now on Steam and check out the achievements you can get over at Dude, Where Is My Beer? on Steam.

To watch the trailer, check the video here Dude, Where Is My Beer? Trailer.

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