Turkish developer, Nowhere Studios, announced that their successfully Kickstarted and Greenlit dystopian puzzle platformer, Monochroma will be available for PC, Mac, and Linux on Steam starting May 28th. The game follows two brothers, one of whom is injured, and their journey across a dystopian state in the 1950s. The older brother must help his younger brother travel through the world and occasionally has to put him down in order to solve a puzzle blocking their progression.
I’m a huge fan of games that have to deal with real-world experiences and Monochroma is no exception. The game is based on the childhood memories of the developers moving from the coutnryside to Istanbul and the Gezi Protests of 2013, which was the most violently oppressed protest in modern Turkey.
Luckily we only have to wait one more week before we can delve into the black and white, splashed with red, world of Monochroma.