Trago MastheadTrago Masthead

Trago

Spread the word:

General Information

Available on:PCJul 17, 2018

Developer: SpaceGiraff3

Genres: Interactive Story, RPG

TRAGO IS A MULTIPLE ENDING NARRATIVE GAME ABOUT DRINKING SHOTS IN A REAL BRAZILIAN BAR ATMOSPHERE. You play as Juca, a hard worker, who can’t face his own problems very well. On a especially tiring night, Juca decides to stop at Trago, a regular pub on the way home, the best place to have a little chat and distract yourself. But it won’t be a regular night at a bar. You have to drink shots to get courage and interact with others – bar locals Joana and Carlos, and your friends on the phone. You, as a player, will be able to drink a huge quantity of shots to get courage and interact with Joana, Carlos and other elements in the bar, for example, do some phone-calls in order to discover the true mystery about Trago. By talking to people you’ll gradually discover the true mystery about Trago. However, if Juca is only thinking about drinking, he may find himself in serious trouble! FEATURES ✪ Four dramatic episodes, one great mystery to solve; ✪ A dizzy drinking gameplay with four types of exotic drinks; ✪ Five possible endings based on dialogues; ✪ Dynamic narrative – choose well which conversation to start; ✪ Fun and delightful dialogues; ✪ Beautiful art – experience a Brazilian bar in great style.

Trago Reviews

Trago is very effective, if a little short. I found myself playing and replaying it for 70 minutes straight before I even began to consider giving it a break, which shows that it's just as addictive as the excessive drinking it portrays.

Read full review

Developed by Brazilian developer SpaceGiraff3 and possessing many of the dialogue quirks that tend to pop up when Brazilian Portuguese is translated into English, TRAGO is a flawed gem that has one foot firmly planted in reality while the rest of the body is drunk in some parallel reality lacking any of the same rules of causality and chronology. It’s a magically psychotic game with a tone unlike anything I’ve ever played, and while it’s relatively short (even with a ton of experimentation, it lasted me a little over three hours), it’s an inexpensive slice of madness perfect for when you’re burned out on more “normal” games.

Read full review

Where to Buy

~ TRAGO ~ Trailer thumbnail

~ TRAGO ~ Trailer

Trago Screenshot 1
Trago Screenshot 2