Resonance available now on PC

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Wadjet Eye and developer Vince Twelve’s Resonance is now available for some old school adventuring.

If you haven’t been following the game’s development, Resonance is an adventure title forged in the classic style- in every sense of the term. You won’t find any 3D here, nor is there a trace of the action/adventure gameplay found in many of Telltale’s reinventions of the genre. What you will find, is a serious case of nostalgia (in a good way) and a hardcore, sic-fi, point-n-click tale.

Resonance merges classic point-and-click gameplay with innovative, contemporary storytelling thanks to its nostalgic pixel-art graphics, suspenseful plotline, and creative puzzles. A brilliant particle physicist has just died under suspicious circumstances, leaving the classified details of his powerful new technology locked away in a hidden vault. Now fate has thrown together four strangers — the scientist’s protégé, a doctor, a police officer, and an investigative reporter — to find the vault before this potentially catastrophic weapon falls into the wrong hands. Controlling each of these protagonists,Resonance players will decide when they should work together, which secrets to guard, and who to trust. But loyalties will be tested as the clock ticks down to global disaster, and you may discover that you’ve been mistaken all along…

Resonance is available now through the official website, and There’s also a Steam release in the works for over the Summer, but if you don’t feel like waiting for that (and you just gots to have some tasty DRM), you can pick up the game through the official site and be one step ahead of the curve. Buy it there and Wadjet Eye will send you a voucher for the Steam-ed edition (as soon as it’s available) for nuttin’.

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