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Post by trog @ 04:51pm 07/07/10 | 8 Comments
Jolly Rover is the result of a heap of hard work by Australian indie developer Andrew Goulding of Brawsome (and if you're interested in the tale, we have a great interview with him as well).

Our casual gaming expert Mike has taken it for a test spin and declared it to be a thoroughly enjoyable experience - if you're looking for a taste of that old classic adventure game with a dash of Monkey Island, then it's definitely worth a read (and play, as it were).

If you're unfamiliar with the game, beyond the linked interview above, we also have our handy AusGamers Jolly Rover game page which has all the info you might need when looking at getting your modern nostalgia on.

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Posted 05:01pm 07/7/10
Damn. If only it was on steam. I would snap it up in an instant!
Posted 08:39am 08/7/10
I was just thinking that. Steam really has come to be the only way I buy games, unless the regional pricing is too obnoxious, in which case I pirate it.

Any indie developer should be on Steam.
Posted 08:46am 08/7/10
Posted 08:53am 08/7/10
I'll check it out tonight, anything Monkey Islandish is worth a look
Posted 01:23pm 08/7/10
$20USD seems a bit steep :S
Posted 01:23pm 08/7/10
$20USD seems a bit steep :S

aussie publishers need love too, you know.
Posted 01:48pm 08/7/10
aussie publishers need love too, you know.

So maybe drop the price and you might move more units. It wouldve been an instant purchase for $10.
Posted 02:15pm 16/7/10
Check out the site - If you sign up to the mailing list, follow me on twitter or join the facebook fanpage I'll send you a discount 50% code on the 24th of July that will be valid on the 25-26th of July. I'm calling it the Jolly Christmas in July sale!
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