To mark the second anniversary of HECTOR: Badge of Carnage Ep1 (TMA Review), one of the best (and crudest) point and click adventures the App Store has seen to date, is now completely free for a day (June 2nd). Starring Detective Inspector Hector, the fouled-mouthed sleuth attempts to stop a madman from wrecking havoc on Clappers Wreake. The game’s filled with clever puzzlers and plenty of good ol’ dirty humour – in fact this definitely not an adventure that’s suitable for the young ‘uns. If you’re a fan of the genre and haven’t had the pleasure of playing Hector ep1 yet, here’s your check to grab it for free. And should you get stuck along the way (chances are you will), be sure to take a peek at our walkthrough.
No, that’s not an effin’ typo. Marking 2 years of triumphant reign, my Copper Jubilee celebratory act of uncharacteristic generosity, will be reluctantly handing over my iPhone game Hector: Badge of Carnage Ep1 on June 2nd, to the entire world, for precisely nothing in return. Sod a dog, I genuinely don’t know why I agreed to bleedin’ do this, but it’s happening. I had been drinking at the time, and it’s my fault for making a critical decision that early in the morning.
Incidentally, if you check the news networks over the next few days, you’ll probably see communities all across the UK, celebrating this unique one day event. Street parties, Union Jack waving, blowing chunks in the daytime, the Queens Address, all a true testament of how one small but pivotal event, can unite a country, and humanity.
As if that wasn’t enough….
What the hell, I’m on a roll. Once all you tight gits have downloaded me game after coughing up zero smackers, you’ll need some down-time to actually play the arsin’ thing, free from pointless distractions like earning a living. At the risk of plummeting the economy into deeper brown-stuff, Brits, don’t bother going into work the next few days, have an extended weekend on me. Thanks Uncle Hector.
So while you’re all off fingering iDevices, I’ll be downloading a few crates of iBeer through that big hole in my iFace, reflecting on all the sales I could have bagged, if I wasn’t so god-damn generous.
Clappers Wreake Police Service.