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Platform(s): Android, iOS
Genre: Action/Adventure
Developer: Blindflug Studios
Release Date: Nov. 2, 2017

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'(re)format Z:' (ALL) Available As Digital Download - Trailer

by Rainier on Nov. 2, 2017 @ 3:38 a.m. PDT

Set in Zürich in the year 2117, (re)format Z: immerses players in a dark, dystopian vision of the future in which the all mighty LIBRIA Corp has full control of its populace.

Players assume the role of Alice, who, with the backing of a mysterious underground organization known only as The Resistance, must uncover the truth and spark a revolution to trigger the collapse of the totalitarian system.

Players will explore a neon-soaked version of the historic old town of Zürich, Altstadt, using stealth and cunning to sneak past surveillance cameras and drones, outsmart security patrols and solve devious puzzles.

(re)format Z: explores contemporary issues facing today’s society by drawing comparisons between modern-day tech giants and the events of the Reformation 500 years ago, delivering an experience that is equally as informative as it is thrilling and challenging.

“The impact that the tech companies have had on the modern world is undeniable, they have completely shaped our day-to-day lives and the worrying level of access to our personal data. As a society it’s important for us to not overlook the issues that come part-and-parcel with such developments.” said Moritz Zumbühl, President & Co-Founder, Blindflug Studios. “Data protection, freedom of press and human capital flight are all contemporary concerns, and the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation gives us the perfect opportunity to shine a light on them – as the comparisons are obvious.“

The time has come to fight for liberty. Start a revolution and download (re)format Z: completely free of charge via the App Store and Google Play today.

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