Minimalist Art Club (Complete) – A Funny Indie Adventure with Lots of Hidden Easter Eggs

Minimalist Art Club (Complete) – A Funny Indie Adventure with Lots of Hidden Easter Eggs

Game Review

Minimalist Art Club is a first-person adventure game that basically plays like an art exhibit simulator.

It has a unique art style with a tint of green on everything you seen. You walk around and talk to weird people and also find some nice tribute to some classics. You play as a random person who joins an art club and you’re not sure what you got yourself into.

The game is very random because you start off looking for drinks for a few club members. You’re sent off to look for drinks because the vending machine is down.

The entire game is a very weird dialog adventure with nice artwork and plenty of laughs. If you’re looking for a unique experience, play it. It’s even got secret endings and a special easter egg that can make the game extended beyond the surface. It’s an awesome little indie adventure worth a playthrough.

  • Unique art style
  • Tons of humor
  • Easter eggs
  • Alternate endings to discover
  • Short game
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Game Information

Status: Complete

Published: 5/27/18

Platforms: Windows

Engine: –

Genre: Adventure

Languages: English

Inputs: Keyboard, Mouse

Developer Information

Developer:  TheOtherGuy

Developer page: Go


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