Best Month Ever! joins Steam’s Big Adventure Event with New Trailer, May 5th Release Date and Free Demo

Best Month Ever! joins Steam’s Big Adventure Event with New Trailer, May 5th Release Date and Free Demo

Warsaw, Poland – January 20th, 2022 After its successful showing at EGX 2021 Klabater and Warsaw Film School’s harrowing point-and-click road trip Best Month Ever! gets a May 5th release date, shows off a brand new trailer and joins The Big Adventure event on Steam with a free demo.

Watch the new trailer:

Buckle Up for the Best Month Ever!

Set in 1960s America, you play as Louise, a single mother working as a waitress who is suddenly diagnosed with an acute terminal illness. With one month left to live, she gathers her son Mitch and embarks on a road trip across the United States to expose him to the realities of a rapidly changing world and raise him against the ticking clock.

Shape Mitch’s Future

To keep track of Mitch’s growth as a person, each choice you make adds positive or negative influence to three statistics: Righteousness, Confidence, and Relations. This changes your story on the go, making each playthrough feel unique – the game offers 9 different endings, each one showing a different fate of Mitch. Not only will their individual fates be subject to change, but also their mutual relationship. Best Month Ever is, above all, the story of the touching, challenging and unique bond that can only exist between a mother and son.

Different Outcomes

Turn on, tune in, drop out… and decide! Different choices result in different endings of the game. It is up to the player to decide what kind of person Mitch will become and what exactly happened during his memorable journey through the USA with his mother – it’s no coincidence that Best Month Ever! is releasing just two days before #mothersday in the US.

Weird 60s Trip

What a time to travel it was! Canned Heat was singing about “Going Up the Country” while Bob Dylan asked “How does it feel” to have no home and live on the street. Louise and Mitch travel across the continental United States, meeting bikers, hippies, Klansmen, Native Americans, and far-out wanderers of all sorts. Can you dig it?