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Fans of classic point-and-clicks and the cyberpunk aesthetic, or even heady modern sci-fi like Black Mirror, will find as lot to love about The Red Strings Club. A mostly interactive story-based affair that includes a neat mechanic where you get to mix bar patrons a drink. To deliberately affect their mood.


The Red Strings Club from three-person indie studio Deconstructeam uses its cyberpunk setting to tell a very modern take on the story of a giant corporation on the verge of releasing new technological assists. The sort of future-tech that aims to shed away all the bad stuff that comes with being human.

Depression, sadness, anxiety. Which coming on the heels of Supercontinent Ltd.’s first product – genetic augmentations along the lines of increased confidence, the removal of all empathy, and other things best suited to a career-focused individual of the future.


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