If you're looking to take a trip, you can do so today in more ways than one in Innovative Underdogs' newly-released point-and-click indie adventure, The Antidote.
The game stars a man named Roger, who is just finishing up "what was supposed to be the end of a normal week at the office" when everything takes a turn for the surreal. Before climbing into his car to go home, Roger is struck on the back of the head and knocked unconscious. When he awakens, he finds that he's in "a mysterious place and his senses are all messed up." In fact, it turns out he's "been drugged and is hallucinating," which is going to make figuring out what happened and getting back home a whole lot more difficult.
The Antidote plays out like a classic third-person adventure, albeit with somewhat psychedelic graphics to simulate Roger's intoxicated state. If the protagonist is not at his sharpest mentally, players will need to be in order to solve the "wide variety of original and crazy puzzles varying in intensity" along the way. Promising a humorous story, plenty of inventory items to collect and "no generic responses" to attempted interactions, the game boldly promises more than 18 hours of gameplay all told.
If you're up for a (figurative) drug-induced adventure, there's no need to wait, as The Antidote is available now on Steam for Windows PC.