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Minds Beneath Us

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Adventure
Developer: BearBoneStudio
Release Date: July 31, 2024

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'Minds Beneath Us' Is A Point & Click Dystopian Sci-fi Thriller Coming To PC In July - Trailer

by Rainier on June 25, 2024 @ 9:49 a.m. PDT

Embark on a thrilling Sci-Fi journey in which you live in a futuristic Asian city where the society is fully automated by advanced AI.

Minds Beneath Us is a point and click thriller about a guy and a data ghost who lives in his head and controls his body.

Your mind is ensnared within a foreign body, accompanied by its original owner's subconscious. In a world where your choices matter, together you will face impending challenges and confront an uncertain destiny.

In a society that has become fully automated with AI. A new industry has emerged that replaces the hardware needed to operate the Internet with linked human brains. As a result, the most disadvantaged of citizens have had no choice but to put in their bid to sign up, one after another. Against the stage of this mad society, a mysterious conspiracy gradually unveils. Do you dare to deep dive into what is really going on?


Interested fans can check out a playable demo on Steam.

Key Features:

  • Players can constantly make their own dialogue choices, and shape the relationship between characters. The combination of dialogue choices and actions will constantly affect the story.
  • Observe environments, pay attention to each dialogue then look for hidden clues in every scene. Unlock new dialogue choices.
  • With hand-drawn animation and smooth camera movement, we create a unique cinematic experience.
  • Combine 2D character and detailed 3D environment, present the near future Taipei street.

Minds Beneath Us will release on PC (Steam) on July 31, 2024.

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