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This fan made ‘Stranger Things’ into a classic computer game and it’s amazing

We love being nerds. It makes discovering things like this so damn awesome. Indie video game company Infamous Quests loved the series so much that they made an unauthorized, fan point-and-click Stranger Things computer game demo. Get your nostalgia on with a glimpse into the game:

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The game’s designer, Steven Alexander, told The Daily Dot that while he made this out of being a major fan of the show, he also wanted to show the show’s creators, The Duffer Brothers, that he’s up for the challenge if they want to make a full, official game.

“We have the whole design document and business plan, but I wanted to get it in front of them and front of people … Friends of mine in the gaming community said, ‘Wow, this would be perfect for a retro-style adventure like what you make, Steve!’ So I did a lot of research about locations in the game, and started programming it myself, and my friends helped me do graphics and the music.”

Download the game demo for Windows, Mac, or Linux, and get your geek on. We took a stab at it, and it’s enough to get us rooting for a full-game! Sound off with your thoughts below, and check out our Stranger Things theories for what we think really happened in the finale and what’s to come.

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