Meridiem Games has announced that the Bladerunner-meets-Full Throttle point-and-click adventure game ENCODYA will be released as a special boxed edition for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Fall 2022 through European specialist stores. Developed by Chaosmonger Studio and published by Assemble Entertainment, ENCODYA transports players to the dystopian near-future of Neo-Berlin, where a young orphan girl named Tina teams up with a hulking mass of metal and wiring named SAM-53 to bring light and happiness back to the hellish cyberpunk landscape of 2062.
Using their vast experience, Meridiem Games will be responsible for creating, manufacturing and distributing the special boxed edition of ENCODYA for sale in European specialist stores. Details of the beautiful special edition boxed content will be revealed soon!
Check out the trailer:
ENCODYA puts you in the role of Tina, an orphan with nothing to call her own. Her guardian, a large and lumbering robot named SAM-53, is her only safety and protection from a grim world full of greed and brutal poverty. Controlled by tyrannical corporations, Tina and SAM must make the best of their circumstances in order to set out on an adventure to turn their cyberpunk dystopia into a lively utopia once more. Without knowing what danger lurks behind the next corner, Tina will rely on her wit and SAM’s metal muscle to leave a life of homelessness and scavenging behind her.
More information on the European special boxed edition of ENCODYA will be released soon, stay tuned for more details. Check out the official ENCODYA website here
ENCODYA released on the Switch eShop back in November 2021.
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