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Post by Eorl @ 04:33pm 14/03/14 | 1 Comments
Kickstarter funded games are a dime a dozen these days, and it takes a really unique title (or well known developer) to actually hit it big on the crowdsourced website. Spanish indie developer Fictiorama Studios is hoping that their unique post-apocalyptic adventure game Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today will offer exactly that.

A terrible pandemic has turned all of humanity into the Dissolved, describes their Kickstarter page (thanks VG247), providing the sick with supernatural cognitive powers but also drives them to a gruesome death over time. The cause? The Great Wave, an "inexplicable chain of natural disasters that destroyed all energy sources and communications and plunged the world into a chaos ruthlessly controlled by both the authorities and the army alike."
So the player will have to help Michael, a man with no past, recover his identity and decode the events that brought the world to the edge of collapse. Because, if Michael doesn’t hurry, he won’t be able to avoid the impending moment of dead synchronicity... when Time itself dissolves.

While writing Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today we’ve been influenced by creators like Joseph Conrad, Phillip K. Dick (well... who isn’t?), Tarkovski, Terry Gilliam, lots of terror movies from the 70s and 80s (including Italian giallo)... and all those great point and click adventures we enjoyed during the 90s, and we still enjoy today.
The studio is hoping to achieve a more open-world-like point-and-click adventure, allowing players to face various puzzles and explore large locations simultaneously, even though it may be done in a progressive manner. Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today features a dark, violent plot and opts for a 2D art style to suit the story.

Fictiorama Studios are asking for $45,000 in funding, and are planning on bringing the title to Windows and Mac in 2014, with a tablet iOS version sometime later. Check out the pitch video below and head to the Kickstarter page for further details.

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