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Faraday Protocol

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Deck13 Spotlight
Developer: Red Koi Box
Release Date: 2021

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'Faraday Protocol' Announced - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on April 2, 2021 @ 11:43 a.m. PDT

Faraday Protocol is a first-person, story-driven puzzle game that will award you with a solid sense of accomplishment when overcoming its challenges.

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".

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.

The mysteries of Opis are hidden within its core. Who built it? When and why? And where are they now? Investigate lore elements spread throughout the station, interact with the governing A.I., and expose secrets lost in the millennia.

Key Features:

  • Puzzle your way through the mysterious space station OPIS
  • Experience a unique blend of Sci-Fi and Art d├ęco
  • 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

Faraday Protocol is coming to PC (Steam) in 2021.



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