Posts Tagged ‘Fellow Traveller’

The Cyberpunk Rideshare Adventure of the Future, Neo Cab, is Now Available on Nintendo Switch!

Melbourne, Australia – October 3, 2019 — Fellow Traveller and Chance Agency are pleased to announce their narrative adventure game of rideshare driving in an AI-driven world, Neo Cab, is NOW available for Windows PC, Mac, and Nintendo Switch. Have you ever stopped to consider how difficult it is to be a rideshare driver in a gig economy? Facing demanding customers, can you balance your emotional well-being with remaining employed long enough to find your missing friend?

Neo Cab, an emotional survival game with a strong narrative focus, challenges you to stay human in a world overcome by automation. Play as Lina, one of the last human rideshare drivers in a near-future, AI-driven world. Your friend and only lifeline has gone missing; with no money and nowhere to stay, the only thing you can do is keep driving. Use the Neo Cab app to navigate the city, choose your passengers, and engage with them to learn their stories — and uncover the truth about your own.

Neo Cab is now available for Windows, Mac, and Nintendo Switch priced at $14.99/£11.39/€12,49 for PC/Mac and $19.99/£17.99/€19,99 for Nintendo Switch.

Source: PR Email

Welcome to the Warm Embrace of The Church in the Darkness on Nintendo Switch!

Melbourne, Australia, August 2, 2019 — Fellow Traveller and Paranoid Productions are thrilled to announce their game of infiltrating cults, The Church in the Darkness, is now available for PC, Mac, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch! Your nephew has run away to South America and joined the Collective Justice Mission. It is up to you to infiltrate their compound, learn the truth and save him before he is lost to the cult forever!

“With The Church in the Darkness, we wanted to make a game you could replay both for gameplay but also for story, so we use procedural generation to change up the story every time you play. The game’s cult leaders may have good intentions or may be all the way apocalyptic, it’s up to you to figure it out. This leads to multiple endings depending on the players gameplay choices and narrative choices.” – Richard Rouse III, Paranoid Productions Creative Director.

At launch, people investigating the cult will receive a 20% discount for one week to help find the truth behind the Collective Justice Mission. The discount is available for both the Standard and True Believer Special Editions; the former gets you a copy of The Church in the Darkness, while True Believers will receive the game, the Official Soundtrack and a set of special behind-the-scenes videos about the making of the game. The Standard Edition retails for $19.95 USD and the True Believer Special Edition retails for $29.95 USD. The True Believer Special Edition is only available for PC and can be purchased via Steam, Humble, GOG, and Itch.

Players are challenged to step into the shoes of ex-cop Vic as they infiltrate the South American compound of Freedom Town in a search of their nephew. Run by Rebecca and Isaac Walker, it’s up to the player to unearth their motivations, their plans, with the cult experience changing with every playthrough. Is the commune simply idealists looking to live in a socialist utopia, or is there something more sinister at hand?

It’s up to the player to sneak into the compound undetected, uncover the truth by finding and chatting with cult members, search cabins to unearth literature about the group, and finally locate Alex, the nephew.

The Church in the Darkness highlights the mystery surrounding cults, and how they are not always what they seem. There are multiple endings for each scenario and what ending you get will be influenced by the player’s stealthy or aggressive gameplay.

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Frantic Platform Shoot-em-up Super Mutant Alien Assault Launches on Nintendo Switch!

Friday, July 12, 2019 — Arm yourself! The invasion has arrived on Nintendo Switch! Super Mutant Alien Assault, from developer Cybernate and publisher Fellow Traveller, launches today for $9.99 USD.

Taking inspiration from arcade classics and the seminal Super Crate Box by Vlambeer, Super Mutant Alien Assault is a dance with death across randomized single-screen levels. The pace is rapid and dodging is as important as shooting if you hope to survive.

Fight through twelve brutal stages across three galaxies including three bosses to beat the game but only when you have unlocked and mastered countless weapons, explosives, sidearms, abilities and moves, as well as randomized level layouts, weapon machines, objectives and enemies, can you claim true victory.

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