Hypnospace Outlaw, the alternate-reality ’90s Internet simulator from the thoughts of Jay Tholen (Dropsy), will launch on Steam and GOG on 12th March. The sport is printed by No More Robots, the British publishing label behind Descenders, Not Tonight and Family Man, and developed by Tendershoot.
Nominated for three Independent Games Festival Awards, together with the coveted Seumas McNally Grand Prize, Hypnospace Outlaw places gamers within the position of an Internet Enforcer, scouring the world vast internet for proof of harassment, copyright infringement, criminality and extralegal commerce.
Watch the Hypnospace Outlaw trailer beneath:
Hypnospace customers use their patented Hypnospace Headband to log on whereas they sleep, permitting them to surf the net and earn Hypnocoins even whereas they’re sleeping!
On your journey you’ll discover colourful characters, groovy GIFs, obnoxious screensavers, and lots of extra wonders… however be careful for adware, viruses, and hackers who could make your looking expertise much more difficult.
View some Hypnospace Outlaw screenshots in our gallery:
Hypnospace Outlaw comes filled with a full, fairly frankly ridiculous soundtrack of pretend music and bands that might simply have existed within the ’90s, together with tracks from hybrid rock-rap outfit Seepage, Swedish jazz rock group Klyfta, and laborious rock group Chowder Man & The Boys.
EF Games could have a full Hypnospace Outlaw assessment for you subsequent week.