Port Valley is a (not so) classic Point & Click adventure where a certain choice changes everything.
The game follows the story of an unnamed guy fed up with his job who just wants to have a calm life, but that's not an option in this town. At least not during the mayoral elections.
You'll see Port Valley's Election Day from three different perspectives. Three parallel versions of our main character attempting three different jobs while trying to understand a bigger and obscure plot that'll only make sense after witnessing the three available points of view.
And if everything goes wrong… just start all over again.
Three difficulties, three plots, three mayoral candidates, three endings
… three points of view of a bigger and complex story.
A renewed yet classic Point & Click verb interface
with a non-intrusive menu.
They're not just there to give you items. They also have their businesses and objectives, which may be more important than yours.
Annoying puzzles with different ways to solve them.
Even more annoying self-aware humor.
TONS of hidden secrets.
I love doing that.
The demo is an hour-long alternative version of one of the three parts of the game:
The Delivery Guy plot.
The puzzles have been simplified and the story has been modified to fit the new length, but it may work as a first taste of Port Valley's mechanics and characters.
2 GB RAM
400 MB available space
|Languages:||English / Spanish|