Is this the same version of the executable that is available in Adventure game studio? Or is it updated at all?
Neos Aires 2070: Sunday Comes First
A downloadable game for Windows
2070 AD, Neos Aires. A city without government or sovereignty, with no official owner, but not a city without law. In this island, the Neos Aires P.D. works hard to keep law and order in the grimy streets of the city. Brave police officers give their lives to protect the citizens from the criminals hiding in the darkness.
You, however, are not one of them. Meet officer Rick Ki: ex soldier/janitor of the feared mercenary fortress and craft cocktail bar OUTER HEAVEN, and currently on loan to the city’s police department after accidentally vaporizing an entire building while saving a cat in the mainland.
Yet what should be a boring posting guarding the file room quickly turns into the exact opposite, when Rick is called as an expert investigator in the case of the theft of “Big Pear’s Hands”; A massive pair of diamonds stolen by the fortress’ commander he technically used to guard. It is said that they hold hold the key to unlocking Outer Heaven’s treasure hidden away by Big Pear himself, though Rick knows these are only rumors
Put yourself in Rick’s shoes and discover the secret of Big Pear’s Hands in NEOS AIRES 2070: SUNDAY COMES FIRST
Writer, Coder: PeronJames
Artist: Helen Boyko
GUI Design: Redlightleon
Logo: likhatjev, Kooh
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As far as I know I've only posted links to this page on the AGS forums, never a direct link to the file. Unless you mean something else.
Oh! Fellow bigpearonist! Very good game! Not very difficult.
A spiritual version of Thimbleweed Park with a mix of Snatchers. I also played 2064: Read Only Memories.
Loved the game had me cracking up. It was perfect!
Very funny. Very cool. Kinda short
Loved the writing, very funny!
A short and simple little point and click. The writing is enjoyable, and I like the art style. A bit of a bummer there's not much in the way of animations but the story and gags were more than enough to see me through it.