Borne out of a successful Kickstarter campaign, Encodya is a sci-fi point and click adventure that puts the player in control of a girl and her robot. It takes place in a Cyberpunk Universe with a unique art style that sets itself firmly in the setting but draws parallels from our modern world.

Tina is a nine-year-old orphan who lives with SAM-53 – her big clumsy robot Guardian in Neo-Berlin, a dark megalopolis controlled by sinister corporations, as they work together to survive and overcome the odds. It is being developed by the award winning multimedia production company, Chaosmonger Studio.

The game features over 4,000 lines of dialogue, offering a beautifully grim adventure that gracefully nods to the real-world atrocities of our current society. To truly bring the setting alive, the game features:

  • 118 unique scenes ranging from day, night, and secret in-game locations 
  • Ten hours of stellar gameplay, including 15 minutes of dazzling cinematic cut scenes 
  • 47 mission tasks, 75 perplexing puzzles, and 134 potential inventory items 

Based on the animated short called “Robot Will Protect You,” and inspired by the atmosphere of Blade Runner and the poignant storytelling of Studio Ghibli, Encodya will be available for PC, Mac, and Linux platforms via Steam and GOG on 26th January, 2021, for £19.99. Those interested can also download a free demo on their steam listing.

2 thoughts

  1. Did they seriously had to put Donald Trump in this game when I was going to buy it?! I hate the guy, but I wouldn’t want to play a game that has any aspect of him rendered in it even if the goal was to beat him to save the world. I want to play games as an escapism and Coronavirus and U.S. politics are something I hate to see in this game especially with its Japanese influences.


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