A brand new developer diary has released for Encodya, that takes players behind the scenes and dives into the little details that truly bring the world of Neo-Berlin to life.

From the creation of completely original billboards and advertising jingles to simple things like the dialogue between NPCs on the street, Piovesan takes viewers through the creation process, providing developer insight into how creating an authentic world is possible with a strong narrative and plenty of subtle background detail.

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.

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