Funded on Kickstarter!
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"Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today" is a 2D point and click adventure released for PC, Mac, Linux on 2015, April 10th, and a bit later for tablets (iOS).

Featuring a script with dystopian overtones, the game pays homage to classic adventures ("The Secret of Monkey Island", "Broken Sword", "Day of the Tentacle"...) but revolves around a more mature theme, along the lines of games such as "I have no mouth and I must Scream" or "Sanitarium".

Some of the core game features:

  • Classic point and click interface
  • 2D graphics featuring a unique, expressionist style
  • Stunning dystopian sci-fi plot
  • Mature content featuring a dark, bloodstained story
  • Atmospheric soundtrack composed by the indie rock band Kovalski
  • Old school, progressive open-world” immersive experience
  • HD cutscenes

Want to give it a try? Then download the alpha demo and start playing!

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2 comments by fictiorama on Apr 14th, 2015

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, the game we have been working on for so
long... is finally out!

The game is the first installment of the two-parts Dead Synchronicity story, and it was
published on April 10th on Steam, GOG, Humble Store, and other digital stores, for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Let us celebrate the release with you with our new trailer, which we feel transmits the "mood" of the game in very accurate way.

We are very excited about the players and media early feedback. At the time, the game has a score of 81 on Metacritic, and 7.6 on the users side. Besides, there are plenty of positive votes both on Steam and GOG.

Back when we started the development, the most important thing for us was that players enjoyed our adventure and felt moved by the mature, dark story the game tells... and it feels like they are doing!

Plus... there are also retail editions of the game in specific territories like Germany and Spain. For "old school" players like us that's really cool! We used to buy video games on cassette tapes for our Spectrum and Amstrad, so seeing our own game on the mall's shelves is amazing.


Now the game is out there... it's all yours! Thanks so much to all of you who's helped us with our first project!

Cheers,

Luis

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Extended alfa demo of the 2D point and click adventure "Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today".

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Extended alfa demo of the 2D point and click adventure "Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today".

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9gus3
9gus3 Apr 11 2014, 6:26am says:

I can't wait to play this game. Awesome.

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fictiorama Creator
fictiorama Apr 21 2014, 3:56am replied:

Thanks so much 9gus3! :)

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pandy_
pandy_ Apr 5 2014, 6:36am says:

May I just say that this project looks incredibly interesting? Since the moment I saw it, I so much wanted to play this game! I have played the demo and hope that you'll be able to finish the project.
May I ask, if for some reason the kickstarter goal is not reached, will the game development still be able to continue in some way? It would be tragic if Dead Synchronicity isn't released.

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fictiorama Creator
fictiorama Apr 21 2014, 3:56am replied:

Hi Pandy! Thanks for the kind words and sorry it took me this long to answer! Luckily, we hit our goal... ;D

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Rafficka
Rafficka Feb 13 2014, 4:21am says:

May I offer my advice on that? I have been there done that, and trust me, hold off on the Kickstarter campaign. Wait until you have at least a hundred trackers, and get some more popularity. You will have a higher chance of people backing that way. Also don't put up a crazy number as your goal either, you will simply let down your fans.

Besides that, good luck! I will probably back the kickstarter when/if it happens!

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fictiorama Creator
fictiorama Feb 13 2014, 6:29am replied:

Thanks a lot for the suggestion! We're a tiny studio and, as you know, "production scenarios" change from case to case... We feel our time is now! :D

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Rafficka
Rafficka Feb 13 2014, 3:24pm replied:

Well in that case, good luck! I look forward to more updates!

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Rafficka
Rafficka Feb 13 2014, 2:29am says:

Looks cool! Tracking! Can't wait for more updates!

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fictiorama Creator
fictiorama Feb 13 2014, 3:07am replied:

Thanks @Rafficka ! Shortly... our Kickstarter canpaign!

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