Antenna Dilemma is a witty little point and click adventure that sees a little grey square attempting to fix his TV aerial in a society where there is nothing more important than watching TV.
In Antenna Dilemma you follow the adventure of C432632, a catchily named grey square who lives in a society that’s obsessed with TV. We’re not talking about binge watching a series on Netflix now and again – the citizens of this world watch TV all day, every day, from morning ‘til night. These viewing habits are actively encouraged by the government – with them sending out free set top boxes with over 200 channels and even creating laws that make it easier to watch TV (or get your TV repaired).
C432632 is happily sat at home watching his TV in his grey room with some simple furnishings and his cube collection that contains all the colors of the rainbow (light grey, mid grey and dark grey). He’s waiting for his favorite show to come on when all of a sudden his TV craps out. It seems to be the aerial so he’ll have to venture out of his house to get a new one and repair it before his favourite show comes on. However it may end up being an eye opening experience for the little grey square…
Taking around 15 minutes to complete, Antenna Dilemma really impresses with its clever humor, fun puzzles and interesting game world. It’s a fascinting (and humorous) experience learning more about this society that worships the TV and the strange laws that it’s created to enable and encourage its TV obsessed citizens. TV really is the most important thing in these people’s lives. That’d never happen to us…. would it?
Controls: Mouse – Point & Click
Available On: Windows & Mac
Gameplay Video: Here