If you thought 2020 couldn't get any weirder then think again, as a Seinfeld game might just be happening. "What? How? Why?" are probably questions racing through your heads right now, but if this game does get picked up, it might end up becoming one of the best tie-in titles ever released.
Revealed via a teaser trailer and a website with more detailed information for an "unofficial pitch", the game comes from the minds of Jacob Janerka and Ivan Dixon, two creatives with a long history of working on and directing great video games. Currently they do not hold the rights to make a game based on the classic TV sitcom, and have presented this pitch as a way to hopefully get noticed and get the opportunity to make the project through the right channels.
The idea for the title, suitably, is to make a "game about nothing," with the framing being “What if there was an official Seinfeld point-and-click adventure game that was never released?” The plan is to create a 30-minute original episode via some gorgeous pixel art, where players solve puzzles and influence actions through dialogue while playing as Jerry, George and Elaine.
It all sounds a bit too good to be true, which means it probably won't happen but, who knows, maybe Jerry and Larry David catch wind of the project and give it their blessing. We can only hope.
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