Technobabylon is RELEASED!

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Aaand it’s here! Technobabylon is now available to buy and play on PC. You can buy it directly from us, or Steam or GOG if you prefer using them.

If you pre-ordered the game, you should have received links to your pre-order bonuses already. The bonuses will be available for purchase directly from this website in a few days.

As always, thank you to everybody! We hope you enjoy the game.

-Dave, Janet, James et al

 

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Technobabylon is now available for pre-order!

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Technobabylon is now available for pre-order!

Why buy early, you might wonder? Because of all the extra goodies you get. That’s why. Pre-order before the May 21st launch and you’ll get the following:

  • Digital soundtrack — an hour of cyberpunk tunes composed by Gemini Rue’s Nathan Allen Pinard
  • Behind-the-scenes video of voiceover recording sessions
  • Production art gallery including concept art, 3D models, full-size character portraits, and more
  • The Technobabylon Codex — PDF booklet providing backstory and context for the game’s vast cyberpunk world
  • Exclusive desktop wallpaper

All of these goodies are preorder exclusives, and will be delivered by email on or before May 21. You’ll also get the game as a DRM-free download from the Wadjet Eye Games website, or a Steam key.

For more information about the game, including screenshots and a spiffy new trailer, check out the Technobabylon page on this website.

Or you can bypass all of that and pre-order directly from here:

Thanks and we hope you enjoy the game!

-Dave, Janet, James, et all

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New game announcement: Technobabylon!

Hello folks! As always, it is with great pleasure to announce our next game. In partnership with James Dearden (of Technocrat Games) we bring you…

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Technobabylon! A cyberpunk game coming this Spring!

Technobabylon takes place in a dystopian cyberpunk future where genetic engineering is the norm, the addictive Trance has replaced almost any need for human interaction, and an omnipresent AI named Central powers the city. Its all-seeing CEL police force keeps tabs on everyone… including three people who are about to meet their maker.

Between now and launch we’ll reveal plenty more details about Technobabylon, including introductions to the game’s three main characters – Charlie Regis, Latha Sesame and Dr. Max Lao. Starting today!

Today we’re introducing one of these three playable characters — Dr. Charlie Regis, a geneticist and CEL Case Specialist — as the tragedies of his past come back to haunt him 20 years after his wife’s death.

Get to know Dr. Charlie Regis:

As usual, you can check out the Technobabylon game page for screenshots, more information, and all the usual good stuff!

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A Golden Wake is OUT!

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At long last it is out! Francisco Gonzalez’s A Golden Wake is now available to buy and play on PC, Mac and Linux! You can also buy it on Steam or GOG if you are into that kind of thing.

If you pre-ordered the game, you should have already received a link to your download and your free soundtrack. If you missed out and still want to buy the soundtrack, you can still nab it on the purchase page.

This is the first time we have launched on all three platforms, so there might be some hiccups. If you experience anything, please let us know!

Thanks again,

-Dave & Janet

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A Golden Wake demo is now available!

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So there might be a few people out there who are on the fence about buying A Golden Wake. To these people, know this: We understand. You’re skeptical. You want to try it before you buy it. And now you can.

For the first time, we have a demo available for all three major platforms. You can play the demo via direct download on your  PC, Mac  or Linux machine.  Also for the first time, you can play the demo via your Steam client!

And remember, if you purchase the game before October 9th, you get a free digital download of the official jazzy soundtrack, full of tunes evocative of the 1920s era.

Thanks again!

-Dave & Janet

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