Wow! That was weird.
Exit: A Biodelic Adventure
A downloadable game
Sci-fi/surreal classic point'n'click adventure in the biotech world.
"Nano. Bio. Neuro." are the slogans of the new age. Try yourself in a strange world of living technologies, where computers can be fed and cured, spores of mutant insects are reviving your memory, gene-locks are opened by DNA-passwords, things are being born by the animal biofactories, gene modified mold is generating a virtual reality and artificial neural net epidemic is ravaging and turning people into slaves of the mysterious Worm. But entering this brave new world will you find the exit?
For the fans of biopunk, early movies of David Cronenberg, books of Stanislav Lem and Paul Di Philippo, Charles Burns' comics, Darkseed and Vangers game series.
* Strange biotech world;
* Sci-fi puzzles;
* Surreal visuals;
* Humor neuroinjection;
* And also built-in chloroplast displays, somatotropin claws and implanted slimeapp "Jolly Helpmate"!
Requirements: Windows OS (XP or higher), .NET Framework (4.0 or higher), minimum screen resolution is 1024x768. There is no picture of a protagonist yet (it's a human of average height, wearing a helmet-mask), no save/load, some things have conditional nature, etc.
Unzip the archive, then run Exit.exe. If you don't have .NET Framework 4.0 on your computer, you may install it from here.
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HOLY SHIT I HAVEN'T EVEN PLAYED THIS YET BUT PUTTING THE WORDS 'BIOPUNK' AND CRONENBERG TOGETHER IN THE SAME SENTENCE AND YES
I voted for it on Steam Greenlight and I'm playing it on my Youtube asap DO NOT DISAPPOINT ME
I'm really happy you liked it! Actually, I've started to develop this game exactly because I couldn't find a game with mollusc implants, living game pods, bio-ports, crazy-looking guns and so on =). Please consider that the graphics and UI in the demo version are far from perfect and will be improved lately. And there is no picture of the main character in playable demo yet. Also, could you please check your e-mail?