Fishcow Studio is an independent development team based out of Slovakia, who is proud to have recently launched their first major title, Gomo.

In Gomo, players partake in the search for Gomo’s best friend, his dog Dingo, who has been abducted by aliens. In order to get Dingo back, Gomo will have to traverse across his world, searching for a rare crystal that lays buried deep underground. Featuring over 35 unique locations, players have plenty of scenery to point-and-click their way through on their hunt to find Dingo.




Gomo is currently available for PC and Mac, with a Linux version planned in the future. The developers have taken into consideration the wide array of gamers who may appreciate the game’s casual experience, and so Fishcow Studio released the game in nine different languages: English, German, Spain, French, Russian, Italian, Polish, Czech and Slovak.

Fishcow Studio’s Gomo is being published by Daedalic Entertainment, the development team revered for their popular Deponia series, along with other point-and-click adventure hits like Memoria, The Night of the Rabbit, and Harvey’s New Eyes.

Gomo is available now available now, and gamers can follow Fishcow Studio on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with the team’s latest developments.