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Broken Reality, a game where you walk around in a parody of the internet

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After being funded on Kickstarter, Broken Reality, the parody game about walking around the internet as if it was a 3D place is releasing soon.

It's easily going to be the weirdest game release all year:

Broken Reality is a first-person puzzle/adventure game set in a world where Internet sites are 3D places rather than 2D pages. The game is a crafted with a vaporwave flare and is certain to entertain you as you reflect on your digital existence and immerse yourself in a 3D parody of the internet. Diverse puzzles, beautiful worlds, friends, experiences, upgrades and more, await those who "log on”! 

While it's releasing for Windows sometime today, the Linux version is going to see a delay. I've spoken to the developer, who sounds very positive about it. They're rather fresh-faced when it comes to Linux, so it's going to see some extra attention when the Windows release is out and they will get the Linux version sorted as soon as possible. I've offered a hand in testing it, so hopefully we will have more news on it soon after release.

Trailer below:

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  • Find passion in our exclusive Love Cruise, or gamble away in the casinos of GeoCity. Everything you need is one click away!
  • Cut ads into pieces with your katana, find secrets with your camera, teleport with your bookmarker and much more with our varied set of tools!
  • Meet a diverse cast of characters and help them along the way! 
  • Collect likes to upgrade your account and gain access to new levels!
  • Arcade-style mini games and a variety of quirky quests!
  • Rich audio environments and dynamic soundtracks that match your progression.
  • Non violent action!

For those interested, you can follow it and wishlist on Steam.

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Xpander 29 Nov, 2018
That image on the article looks exactly like the level in Shadow Warrior, just with pixel graphics
Liam Dawe 29 Nov, 2018
Quoting: XpanderThat image on the article looks exactly like the level in Shadow Warrior, just with pixel graphics
Now you mention it, I see what you mean :D
Arehandoro 29 Nov, 2018
The woman saying the features in English with Japanase accent is hilarious xD
GustyGhost 29 Nov, 2018
QuoteCut ads into pieces with your katana

Nezchan 29 Nov, 2018
Is that a 2400 baud modem at the start? Or a 1200?
Elvanex 29 Nov, 2018
Really interesting concept! :) I'll keep an eye on it for sure.
ison111 30 Nov, 2018
Can't say I like the idea of the facebook like symbol being featured so prominently. But I'd also be lying if I said it didn't reflect the unfortunate reality of our internet.
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