Guard Duty is an indie point and click adventure game which takes inspiration from the old LucasArts and Revolution Software point and click adventure games of the early-to-mid-90s. In it, you mostly play as Tondbert, a dim and poorly regarded knight, in a clichéd quest to save the princess.
Some voice acting is very good.
Some voice acting is a bit pants.
Story is a bit iffy.
Guard Duty, on the whole, is pretty fun! It’s a great homage to games from the mid-90s. I had a few quibbles with it, but overall, it’s definitely a very good game and well worth getting if you’re a fan of the old LucasArts adventure games.
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