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Submitted by rajeanak25 843d ago | news

'I Get This Call Every Day' A Dark Satirical Look Into Customer Service

"Point and click games have really seen a resurgence over the past year, so to stand out from this highly saturated market now you must do something a bit different.
David S Gallant, a Toronto based developer has come up with the idea of setting a new point and click game within the confines of a call centre. It’s an interesting take and although sounds mundane the game does sound quite interesting. Be sure to check out the trailer below:" - Alex Wilkinson (I Get This Call Every Day, Indie, PC)

League_of_Draven  +   843d ago
Saw this on Steam Greenlight and was like "NOPE".

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