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Randal’s Monday

A kleptomaniac, a sociopath and a horrible friend. Randal is potentially one of the most scurrile protagonists since the invention of the hoverboard. Randal's Monday is a crazy space-time odyssey in classic adventure design, spiced up with countless geek culture references of the last 30 years. Randal wakes up after the engagement party of his best friend Matt; he's ridden by a raging hangover and also has Matt's wallet in his possession. Inside the wallet is his engagement ring and without thinking of the consequences, Randal sells the ring - and thus gets struck by a terrible curse. Matt commits suicide and now Randal is forced to relive the same ill-fated Monday over and over, trying to undo his mistake. Randal needs to retrieve the ring and sort his own life out, before things get any worse... Collapsing the whole space-time continuum-kinda-worse, in fact.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

There is something about playing a character that breaks the mold of normalcy. You are not the main hero but yet you are guiding the hero to progress the story. If Randal doesn't like your idea he doesn't do it(sometimes even insulting you about it) this game makes you try to get into the head space of the character Randal and try to figure out how he would resolve the challenges that come up. This game had me busting out laughing multiple times and provided a lot of geekdom humor. Strictly rating the challenge for this game provides its just the right level for me not to hard not to easy.
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Review from Steam

Another point and click adventure game filled with dad jokes and toilet humor and immoral actions... and filled to the brim with memes and trivia from other famous sci-fi and fantasy novel and games... but compared to Paradigm this one has a far higher quality in both the game story telling and the story itself and yeah the immoral part also goes on a higher rank... definitely not a game for kids. And uh... though it's a fun game, there are pretty much disturbing choices and scenery in this game that might... well... upset the audience. So play at your own risk!
The puzzles aren't really the intuitive type and most of the time it's guess work and some even makes no sense. So it's not going to be a fun and easy puzzle imo.. but then again, this game comes with a built-in walk through... so... yeah... might as well use it and just sit back and enjoy the story unless you wanted all those achievements.