Frankfurt/Germany, April 2nd 2021.
The Germany-based indie games publisher/developer Deck13 Interactive and the Italy-based indie games studio Red Koi Box, are today very thrilled and glad to announce that their first-person puzzle/adventure game “Faraday Protocol” is coming to PC via Steam in 2021.
Stranded on the mysterious space station/biosphere OPIS, the alien archaeologist Raug sets out to find out more about this place that has been abandoned for tens of thousands of years. On his journey, he will have to solve the many puzzles of OPIS and find out more about it’s mysterious governing A.I. “IRIS”. Make sure to watch the announcement trailer below:
To solve the puzzles of OPIS you use the so-called Bia-Tool. This alien utility allows Raug to absorb certain forms of energy and redistribute them, activating and manipulating the machinery on the space station.
You can activate and deactivate power lines and devices with orange energy – or bridge and re-route them using the blue energy.
You’ll have to solve many interesting and challenging puzzles, inside and outside OPIS’ Ziqqurats, to progress and solve its many mysteries!
Puzzle your way through the mysterious space station OPIS
Experience a unique blend of Sci-Fi and Art déco
Use the Bia-Tool to absorb and redistribute energy
Unravel the many mysteries of the station and its governing A.I. “IRIS”
Find hidden collectibles that reward especially attentive players
Deck13 Interactive is one of Germany’s leading developers. Employing more than 60 and with studios located in Frankfurt, the team develops award-winning large scale productions for Consoles and PC. With “Deck13 Spotlight” the team established a publishing service to help independent developers bring their projects to wider audiences.
About the Developer
Red Koi Box is a small indie studio hailing from Brescia, Italy. Originally formed by two members, the studio quickly grew to five dedicated and talented developers and artists with over 17 years of experience in software development.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
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