An interactive fiction in stark black and white, with morally gray characters. Explore a fallen utopia. Find your loved ones. Beware COSy
Mind’s Eclipse Interactive are delighted to announce their narrative sci-fi adventure The Mind’s Eclipse will release 25th January 2018.
“The Mind’s Eclipse takes a serious look at the personal and human consequences of technology and immortality, and tries to examine a family that is caught in a web of uncertainty with regard to this new frontier of existence,” explains founder Donald Campbell, “In a universe where we could live forever, what does this mean for the human? For a family? For a father? For a daughter?”
Play as celebrity scientist Jonathan Campbell as he awakens to a fallen utopia. Follow his journey as he searches for his loved ones, with the help of L, a mysterious companion. Uncover the mystery of the Eclipse and its side-narratives by exploring, investigating logs and journals, and piecing together what happened to the CORE and his family as you follow his journey.
- Every environment is interactive. Comb through a sci-fi world worth exploring
- Piece together what led to the CORE’s fall from journals and chat logs
- Befriend a mysterious companion as she helps you search for your loved ones
- Explore a fallen utopia and uncover the mystery of the Eclipse
- Beware COSy
- Coming to PC/Mac/Linux on Steam/itch.io for $9.99
- Follow celebrity scientist Jonathan Campbell’s journey through an emotional narrative-driven adventure
“The mature and genuinely intriguing sci-fi storyline, combined with the high quality artwork makes you feel like you’ve crawled inside a Dark Horse comic book, keeping you captivated from start to finish” – KJ Robertson, Alpha Beta Gamer
About the Studio
Mind’s Eclipse Interactive was founded in September 2015 when Donald Campbell returned from a solo road trip and began assembling a core team of creative people he had met in his travels. The studio aims to craft soulful, narrative-driven games that allow players to experience who they could be, and reflect on who they are now.