New Indie Game: City Tuesday

Tucson, Arizona, 18 September 2012 - Chris Zukowski in association with Return To Adventure Mountain LLC releases his new independently produced game “City Tuesday.” This open-world platformer allows players to explore the last five minutes before a terrorist attack. You play a man who has become stuck reliving those five minutes before the disaster. To save lives you must learn the city, track down the bombs, and possibly become unstuck from time.      

“I think the unique graphics are what first catch peoples’ eyes” says developer Chris Zukowski. “However, I think they will be surprised by the looping time mechanic which is a sadly under-used gameplay style.”

City Tuesday is available September 18th on the Xbox Live Indie Game marketplace  for 80 microsoft points. This game is featured along with eight other games in the Xbox Live Summer Uprising III (


- Clever puzzles that you must de-puzzle in order to get the bombs.

- A time traveling mechanic that lets you replay the same day over and over. It’s just like reliving Jr High so you can say all the right things.

- Indie-style monochrome graphics so that you can tell your spouse that your video game hobby is actually an artistic and intellectually stimulating pursuit.

- Gérard Depardieu

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Return to Adventure Mountain is an independent game development company whose owner/operator is trying to use every ounce of his god-given talent to create video games with a level of style and classiness that you have never ever seen before.

Return to Adventure Mountain was founded in 2001 and is based in Tucson, Arizona.

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