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Impostor Factory from Freebird Games launches September 30

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From the same developer that gave us To The Moon and Finding Paradise, prepare for another wild adventure with Impostor Factory as it's finally going to release on September 30.

I'm still confused on the story here. Is it somehow a follow-on from the previous games? The developer said "Maybe not. Maybe it's a sequel. Maybe it's a prequel. Maybe it's both. But again, there is no prerequisite to playing Impostor Factory." and yet they keep saying it's "Impostor Factory (To the Moon 3)" and so we just have to wait and see. They are at least telling us the story will "make you curse at the screen" so that's something.

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4 comments

morbius 1 Sep
Added to wishlist. Big fan of the developer. I'll buy on a first bigger sale.
pb 1 Sep
Damn, I still have Finding Paradise to play, but TTM left me emotionally wrenched so I'm scared. :P
I know there are people for whom "will make you curse at the screen" would be a selling point. Trying to figure out if I'm one of them. Leaning towards not.
Eike 2 Sep
Quoting: Purple Library GuyI know there are people for whom "will make you curse at the screen" would be a selling point. Trying to figure out if I'm one of them. Leaning towards not.

It makes a difference if it's due to being a bad game or due to being a harsh story... :D
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