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About the Story
This satirical game was released anonymously in 1989 as a response to police brutality during the Palach Week protests. In January 1989, several opposition groups organized demonstrations to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the self-immolation of Jan Palach, a student who set himself on fire to protest the post-1968 political developments in the country. On January 15, thousands of people gathered on Wenceslas Square, a traditional site of public events. Citizens’ efforts to pay respects to Palach and protest the oppressive regime were met with a disproportionate police response, including the use of tear gas and water cannons against peaceful protesters and curious bystanders. Undeterred by the police, people continued to gather for the following four days. The game takes place on the second day of the protests.
Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: Custom
Remake of Dobrodružství Indiana Jonese na Václavském náměstí v Praze dne 16. 1. 1989, by Zuzan Znovuzrozený
English translation of Dobrodružství Indiana Jonese na Václavském náměstí v Praze dne 16. 1. 1989, by Zuzan Znovuzrozený
How Indiana Jones, Rambo, and others ended up in 1980s Czechoslovak text-adventures: to mock the Communist regime, Czechoslovak kids made illicit video games supporting protests.
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