Best Month Ever! – Launch trailer

Best Month Ever! – Launch trailer

Best Month Ever! now has a new launch trailer. Klabater and Warsaw Film School released the narrative-driven visual adventure game for Nintendo Switch recently.

Take part in an emotional roller coaster as Louise embarks on a once-in-a-lifetime road journey across late 1960s America, attempting to teach her son Mitch how to navigate the sometimes brutal contemporary world.

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About Best Month Ever!

What Qualities Do Mothers Possess?

It’s never simple to tell good from bad, especially when you’re a single mother in her late twenties with a bright eight-year-old in your care. Every decision you make in those important few seconds, which we all know can alter our lives forever in a single second, influences what sort of person Mitch becomes and what ideals will guide him once he becomes his own man.

Why are you the way you are?

Find out why Louise’s life is the way it is, make difficult choices that no one else would be able to bear, and teach Mitch what he needs to see in order for him to become independent, suave, and courageous enough to face the day.

Everything Has Repercussions

Your choices ARE VERY IMPORTANT! To monitor Mitch’s personal development, each decision you make contributes good or bad points to three critical statistics: Righteousness, Confidence, and Relations. These have an impact on the sort of ending Mitch receives at the conclusion of the game — there are a total of 9 different endings!

Everyone has a story.

The 1960s were turbulent in more ways than one — the Summer of Love, the Vietnam War, the survivors and losers of history’s greatest upheaval.

Canned Heat was singing “Going Up the Country,” as Bob Dylan inquired, “How does it feel” to be homeless and living on the streets?

Travel throughout the nation and encounter a slew of personalities who may or may not help Louise achieve her aims – including the most divisive groups many assumed to be extinct.

Best Month Ever! is now available for purchase on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

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