Based in Türi, Estonia
31 January, 2014
Don't Drink the Pink is a short point-and-click adventure game made in the image of the golden age classics of the genre, telling a simple story of a man, few pints of pink and occasional elephants. The game was submitted to and won the January 2014 MAGS competition "Something Cold, Something Burrowed, Something Pink."
The whole game and all it's assets were made within the month of January 2014.
- Classic point-and-click adventure reeking of nostalgia
- Fine pixel art fully drawn on a Lenovo T61 laptop touchpad
- Catchy and fitting original soundtrack
- An Easter Egg that requires the most ridiculous pixel hunting
- All the pink!
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Awards & Recognition
- "Winner of MAGS January 2014." 13 February, 2014
- "Nominee for Best Short Game on AGS Awards 2014." March, 2015
MAGS January topic on Adventure Game Studio forums
tulevik.EU is a small privately held game development company founded by two brothers, Riho and Raimo Peterson.
Riho is more dedicated to the business and PR side of the company and has years of experience in programming and composing music. Raimo is focused on the creative side and has a strong background in writing and translation. We're both still involved in almost all aspects of game development at times and our exact roles change from project to project.
We strongly believe in providing enriching experiences and try to put a lot of emphasis on the narrative side of the games. Although we're essentially running a business, we're also proud to have a number of totally free (yes, actually free, not "free-to-play") critically acclaimed games under our belt and we'll definitely continue releasing such side projects in the future.
More information on tulevik.EU, our logo & relevant media are available here.
Don't Drink the Pink Credits
Writer, Developer, Artist, tulevik.EU
presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks