Switch, Xbox One

Madrid-based Programmer Fictiorama Studios, in partnership with Author BadLand Games, is bringing   Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today into Nintendo Switch. Date or A release window to your Switch variant hasn’t yet been disclosed.

As you may know, Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today first emerged on the scene via Kickstarter, in which it successfully increased $51,501 over 1,606 bakers. Up to now, it’s launched on Mac mobile devices, PC, and PlayStation 4.

The game is called an old-school 2D graphic adventure game which includes also a dystopian setting, distortions, along with also a dark, bloodstained plot. According to Fictiorama Studios, the it pays homage to classic adventures such as  The Secret of Monkey Island, Broken Sword, along with  Day of the Tentacle, but revolves around a more mature subject, one that is based on games such as  I Must Scream, I Have No Mouth, along with  Sanitarium.

In the game a dreadful pandemic is turning each of the humankind” the sick whose deliria supply supernatural cognitive abilities to them, the Dissolved, but also cause them towards a death.

The origin of the disease seems into ” this “ Great Wave and chain of disasters that plunged the world into a chaos that was soon taken controlled by the authorities and the armies, and destroyed communications and all of energy sources.

In this world, you play as Michael, a man with no past, who is trying to recover his indentity and decode those occasions that brought the world to this state. And if Michael doesn’t rush, he won’t be in a position to avoid the impending second ” when time itself succeeds, of synchronicity.

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