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Trailer Indie Dystopian puzzle adventure game The Plane Effect announced for PS5, Xbox Series, Switch, and PC

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Publisher PQube and developers Studio Kiku and Innovina Interactive have announced dystopian puzzle adventure game The Plane Effect for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, Switch, and PC. It will launch in 2021.

Here is an overview of the game, via PQube:

It is your last day, it is time to clock out and head home. But where is home? And what is home? Are you alone, Solo?
The Plane Effect puts you in the shoes of Solo, a lonely office worker on his final day at the office and it is time to return to your beautiful family. You do have a family, don’t you? You think you do. You remember having a wife and child… you’re sure of it.
Toying with your grip of reality and distorting the balance of time and space, Solo battles adversity as he traverses the abstruse and deeply aesthetic world of The Plane Effect.
Along the dangerous path that Solo walks, you’ll be challenged with untangling impossible series’ of events, getting to grips with the intangible and using logic to overcome the increasingly illogical dystopia around you.

 

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Publisher PQube and developers Studio Kiku and Innovina Interactive have announced dystopian puzzle adventure game The Plane Effect for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, Switch, and PC. It will launch in 2021.

Here is an overview of the game, via PQube:



A lot of style
Let's hope for a cool plot too
 
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Got a great mood that's for sure. From what it says on the Steam page I'm expecting some kind of time travel puzzles. Looking forward to seeing more of that. Funnily enough I just finished playing through Shadow of Destiny an old PS2 adventure game by Konami. There's a lot you can do with time travel in this kind of game.