A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

The Emergency Telemarketer Force has a long-standing (if unheard of) tradition of protecting the sanctity of the field of telemarketing and all who work in that world.

Take control of Agent Frank Lee as he ruthlessly investigates an emerging threat to telemarketers everywhere: The "Do Not Call" List!

As terrifying as it may seem, Agent Lee must do his utmost to investigate the leveling of such a threat against a simple telemarketing firm known as "Hellamarketers".

Will Frank succeed?

Will the telemarketing firm be forced to acquiesce?

Will The Boss ever get to have his lunch?

Put on your adventuring cap and guide Agent Lee through this tale of suspense, friendship, and betrayal!

Made by: DevOrion, arthurpaulino, and MichaelHamiltonMusic

Install instructions

Windows - Download and unzip the file, then run the .exe!

Linux - Just run the binary! You may need to make it executable if it doesn't start up.

MacOS: Download and unzip the file, at which point you'll likely have to un-quarantine the .app by using the command:  xattr -r -d com.apple.quarantine "Emergency Telemarketer Force.app"

Download

Download
etf.x86_64 39 MB
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etf-win.zip 17 MB
Download
etf.zip 30 MB

Comments

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We had a lot of fun when playing your game on stream! 😊 I wrote little recaps of the games for our blog and want to add one here:

Show off that Telemarketer badge! Emergency Telemarketer Force follows Agent Frank Lee as he tries to find out why more and more people are joining the "Do Not Call" list – what a ridiculous thing! After all, Telemarketers just want to do their contribution to society!

This was such a fun game, and though the option of nine verbs to choose from seemed complicated at first, it quickly became very intuitive to use. We really appreciated that the game encouraged us to use all our items on... well, anyone! And that it always had a witty line in store for us. Our favorite thing? Showing our ETF badge to everyone, of course!

Thank you so much for the kind words, and I'm really glad to hear you enjoyed playing it so much! Plus, the feedback is also very much appreciated!

The game took a lot of inspiration from the classic Lucasarts and Sierra games from when I was a kid. It's so great to hear people still enjoy that kind of style and writing!

Best of luck with your blog!!

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A fun adventure & a story that needed to be told, especially for the younger audience who hasn't experienced life during telemarketing times. In ETF we trust. :)