A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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About this version

This is the enhanced version of my first game, made in AGS back in 2015.
Rebuilt in Unity using the Adventure Creator asset by Icebox Studios (Chris Burton).

About the game

The story is pretty simple and as you can tell by the graphics it's a tribute to LucasFilm Games, David Fox, Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer & Gary Winnick. A huge thanks goes to my brothers LostTrainDude for his help and patience and Dr. Wh for having initiated me to videogames in the early 80's. Main Language: Italian  Translation: English

What's about

Syd wants to play to some LucasFilm games that are installed on Chris' PC. He has to figure out how to launch them... in a very... very hot summer day!

How To Play

  • LEFT CLICK - Interact
  • RIGHT CLICK - Examine 
  • ESC - Menu


  • 80's/90's pixel graphics Maniac Mansion nostalgic tribute 
  • English - Italian Language


  • SidneySacchi - Design, Coding, Art, SFX, Music 
  • LostTrainDude - Coding help, proof reading, English translation

I dedicate this to my family, my girlfriend and, again, David Fox, Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer, Gary Winnick, and also to all of you!

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
Tags2D, 8-Bit, chiptune, Lo-fi, Mouse only, Pixel Art, Point & Click, Retro, Singleplayer, Unity


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

A Homie Adventure - Windows.zip 15 MB
A Homie Adventure - GNU_Linux.zip 29 MB
A Homie Adventure - Mac.zip 28 MB


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Sorry for this embarrassing delay but I want to say... Thank you for your comment and for playing my game ^_^

It really takes some effort to get one lost password! It's a nice, if short tribute to classic adventure games. The puzzles are tricky at some points, but not too tricky. I guess the room could always be littered with some more funny stuff to inspect, but maybe he's a guy who values tidiness.

I'd like to invite this game to take part in our game-making contest!


Thank you very much indeed for your review!  :-)