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Soul Tolerance is the newest title planned by Chaosmonger Studio developer of previous titles like ENCODYA, Clunky Hero and the Robot Will Protect You animation.

A sci-fi mystery set in the city of Sapporo 2214, it's an investigative RPG with turn-based combat that the developer says is unique to the genre. In the game you will explore a beautiful world in voxel art, populated solely by robots. On your travels you will speak to various characters, hunt for clues, craft your own minions, and discover a secret that could upset the entire Earth. They say it's "Disco Elysium meets Cloudpunk meets Divinity: Original Sin".

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Nicola Piovesan, CEO of Chaosmonger Studio, said: "We don’t like to sleep, here at Chaosmonger Studio! And we love so much making games that we simply can’t stop making new ones! Soul Tolerance is our new baby, a game like none before. It has some elements similar to ENCODYA, but a brand new gameplay and an aesthetic in voxel art which makes it very original. We definitely like challenges!"

Now launched on Kickstarter, they're hoping to get at least 10,000 by December 18 to finish it.

Their plan is to have a same-day launch for Linux, macOS and Windows in Q4 2022. You can also follow on Steam.

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nebadon2025 18 Nov
Reminds me of Cloudpunk, looks good!
Raaben 18 Nov
QuoteTheir plan is to have a same-day launch for Linux, macOS and Windows

I feel like I've heard that one before...
tuubi 18 Nov
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I don't know how they keep doing this. I've backed all three Chaosmonger games thus far, and I don't even like Kickstarter.


Quoting: Raaben
QuoteTheir plan is to have a same-day launch for Linux, macOS and Windows

I feel like I've heard that one before...
I wouldn't let Nicola hear the end of it if he bailed on Linux after all the hours I've spent beta-testing his previous games. :P
Raaben 18 Nov
Quoting: tuubiI don't know how they keep doing this. I've backed all three Chaosmonger games thus far, and I don't even like Kickstarter.


Quoting: Raaben
QuoteTheir plan is to have a same-day launch for Linux, macOS and Windows

I feel like I've heard that one before...
I wouldn't let Nicola hear the end of it if he bailed on Linux after all the hours I've spent beta-testing his previous games. :P

Fair in this case, I've been burned enough that I'll believe it when I see it/throw money when it exists. Sadly Linux Kickstarter/preorder promises are dead to me.


Last edited by Raaben on 18 November 2021 at 7:59 pm UTC
tuubi 18 Nov
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Quoting: Raaben
Quoting: tuubiI don't know how they keep doing this. I've backed all three Chaosmonger games thus far, and I don't even like Kickstarter.


Quoting: Raaben
QuoteTheir plan is to have a same-day launch for Linux, macOS and Windows

I feel like I've heard that one before...
I wouldn't let Nicola hear the end of it if he bailed on Linux after all the hours I've spent beta-testing his previous games. :P

Fair in this case, I've been burned enough that I'll believe it when I see it/throw money when it exists. Sadly Linux Kickstarter/preorder promises are dead to me.

Understandable. I've only backed like five projects, and each time I made peace with the fact that I might not get anything for my money. And I've never seen the point of pre-ordering a game. In fact, I rarely buy a game until it has been out for a good while.
Eike 19 Nov
Quoting: Raaben
Quoting: tuubi
Quoting: RaabenI feel like I've heard that one before...
I wouldn't let Nicola hear the end of it if he bailed on Linux after all the hours I've spent beta-testing his previous games. :P

Fair in this case, I've been burned enough that I'll believe it when I see it/throw money when it exists. Sadly Linux Kickstarter/preorder promises are dead to me.

I did half a dozen Kickstarter pledges, and only if there's a working Linux demo or they've at least done a Linux game before.
But I vow for Nicola's ability to make a Linux version.

BTW, this should be to penguins' liking: "The game will be released simultaneously for PC (Win, Mac, Linux) and Consoles".


Last edited by Eike on 19 November 2021 at 3:53 pm UTC
QuoteWe don’t like to sleep, here at Chaosmonger Studio!

Oh dear. Expect bugs. Lots and lots of bugs.
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