Gomo, gotta find that pooch
Help Gomo find his dog, Dingo, in this Point & Click adventure game! But be warned: you have 100 minutes to solve all the puzzles, find a mysterious red crystal, and exchange it for your faithful friend. It’s the perfect game for younger players, fans of unusual puzzle games, and anyone who loves great graphics!
Gomo is a little rag doll shaped like a champagne cork, whose adventure begins with a nightmare. In this bad dream, his dog Dingo is kidnapped by aliens. Nothing unusual so far, then. But when he wakes up, Gomo realises that Dingo has really gone, and starts to seriously question his mental health.
Just then, a flying saucer appears in the sky and delivers a holographic message to Gomo! And so you learn that to get your little doggy back, you’ll need to exchange him for a strange red crystal that possesses mysterious powers. But the surprises don’t end there, because these evil invaders set you a 100-minute deadline to complete your mission! You’ll have to immediately head for the mines and confront the crystal’s guardian, a robot who at first glance you seem to be no match for!
With its simple and intuitive gameplay, Gomo is a 2D Point & Click adventure game that will help younger players understand logic and thinking things through, in a cutesy world filled with pop culture references. Developed by the Slovakian Fishcow Studio, this independent game will fill fans of the early days of South Park with nostalgia (just without the vulgarity), with its similar hand-drawn cardboard cut-out aesthetic.
Using your cursor that turns into a spiral when you’re close to an object or person you can interact with, you’ll have to make your way through the different areas by solving riddles, puzzles, and other challenges that stand in your way. There’s no dialogue here. You’ll need to find your way all alone, relying on your wits alone to progress. The most inquisitive players can try to find the three bonus mini-games that will secure your place as the bravest little champagne cork there ever was!