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Check out the new footage of ENCODYA a cyberpunk point and click adventure

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The first title from Chaosmonger Studio with new publisher Assemble Entertainment looks to be shaping up well, and there's a new featurette trailer with chief developer Nicola Piovesan.

ENCODYA is a cyberpunk dystopian point-and-click adventure, which shall release with Linux support on January 26, 2021 - following on from their successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. This new featurette has Piovesan chatting about the world their team created along with a bunch of new footage.

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"The sweetness and creativity of Studio Ghibli, the setting and atmosphere of Blade Runner and the humor and game style of Monkey Island: these are the ingredients that inspired ENCODYA, a point-and-click adventure game set in a dystopian future."

Planned Features:

  • Explore the dark cyberpunk world of ENCODYA in 2.5D with 2 playable characters
  • Over 35 non-player characters bring the world and story of ENCODYA to life
  • More than 50 locations in Neo-Berlin to discover and explore
  • Over 3000 lines of dialogue tell an immersive story
  • Randomization of objects and locations
  • Unique art and sound design
  • The original soundtrack creates a thrilling atmosphere
  • Professional dubbing actors lend their voices to the characters

You can wishlist / follow on GOG and Steam.

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scaine 26 Dec, 2020
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I reckon this game is too cute to be called "distopian" :D

Absolutely beautiful graphics though. I'm not sure a point-n-click is my thing anymore, but I'm still tempted to pick this up!
tuubi 26 Dec, 2020
Quoting: scaineI reckon this game is too cute to be called "distopian" :D

Absolutely beautiful graphics though. I'm not sure a point-n-click is my thing anymore, but I'm still tempted to pick this up!
The style is cute and there's plenty of humour to keep things from getting too oppressive, but the setting and the story justify that adjective. It's definitely not a future you'd want to live in.

As a backer and a beta-tester, I'd say that if you ever enjoyed old-school adventure games, you should definitely give this one a go. In a month when it finally comes out I mean. :)
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