The game is now available on Steam – of course with German subtitles. If you liked the prologue, please support the project on Kickstarter: Saint Kotar.
“Follow the fear of Benedek Dohnany and Nikolay Kalyakin and play the onset of a dark and chilling narrative adventure. Make decisions and affect the events that precede a macabre series of murders, allegedly related to devil worship and witchcraft.”
VirtuaVerse by Theta Division is a cyberpunk point & click adventure set in a future not so far away narrating tales of technomancers, AR graffiti writers, hacker groups, tribes of cryptoshamans, digital archeology, epic cyberwars, and virtual reality debauchery.
The Warlocs team translated the game into several languages; I was responsible for the German localization.
“In a future not so far away, one Artificial Intelligence prevailed above all other AIs and their governments. Society has migrated to a permanently integrated reality connected to a single neural network that continuously optimizes people’s experiences by processing personal data. Nathan, an outsider still refusing to comply with the new system, makes a living off the grid as a smuggler of modded hardware and cracked software. Geared with his custom headset, he is among the few that can still switch AVR off and see reality for what it is. He shares an apartment in the city with his girlfriend Jay, a talented AVR graffiti writer whose drones have been bit-spraying techno-color all over the augmented space in the city. Waking up one morning, Nathan discovers that Jay disappeared overnight, but not before leaving a cryptic message on their bathroom mirror. Having accidentally broken his custom headset, Nathan is now disconnected and determined to find out what happened to Jay, but he soon finds himself tangled up in an unexpected journey involving Jay’s hacker group and a guild of AVR technomancers. Travelling around the world, he’ll have to deal with hardware graveyards, digital archeology, tribes of cryptoshamans, and virtual reality debauchery.”
Cloudpunk by ION LANDS is a story-based cyberpunk game in which you take on the role of delivery driver Rania and uncover the secrets and mysteries of the metropolis of Nivalis.
Together with the Warlocs we translated the game into different languages, with me of course taking care of the complete German localization. The game is now available on Steam. Ports for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch will follow this year.
“Your name is Rania. This is your first night working for Cloudpunk, the semi-legal delivery company based in the sprawling city of Nivalis. You go everywhere, from the Marrow below to the spires that pierce the grey clouds high above before scraping the edge of the troposphere. No delivery job is too dangerous, and no one is faster than a Cloudpunk driver.”
Blind Men by Man-Eater Games is a BL visual novel and a parody of spy fiction. In the story you have the choice between two different guys and can unlock several endings.
The game was ported to consoles by Ratalaika Games and is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch – including German!
“As the nephew of a retired super villain, there’s nothing Keegan wants more than to become one himself — and what better way than to join the League of Evil? All he needs to do is commit a crime to complete his application.
Unfortunately, Keegan soon finds himself in more trouble than he could have ever imagined when his plans are interrupted by a couple of spies from opposing agencies.
Choose options that massively change the story. Will Keegan’s plans be foiled or will he succeed?”
Ganbare! Super Strikers by Rese Games is an innovative mix of tactical RPG and soccer. Win games to move up and get new equipment to learn special skills, improve your players’ stats or protect yourself from status effects such as sleep, silence or poison.
The game was ported by Ratalaika Games for consoles and contains my German translation on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
“Ganbare! Super Strikers is an innovative mix between Tactical RPG and Soccer. Win matches to level up and earn new equipment that will allow you to learn special abilities, boost your players’ stats or protect yourself against altered status effects. Create your own Soccer team to take on the many rival teams in story mode! Can you join the National Japanese Soccer team to become the best soccer player in the world!?”
Red Bow by Stranga is a top-down, creepy adventure game that sets players in the role of Roh, a young girl who gets trapped in a bizarre nightmare filled with creepy monsters!
The game was ported to consoles by Ratalaika Games nd is now available in German for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
“Roh finds herself trapped in a strange dark nightmare world. Help her realize what role she plays by exploring creepy environments. Solve puzzles and find hidden secrets on your adventure. The items you find along the way will decide on which ending you get!”
Knightin’+ by Muzt Die Studios is a classic adventure game inspired by the masterpieces from the 90s. The game is available on Steam and can now also be played in German.
“Join brave sir Lootalot on his epic quest in this little Zelda-lite adventure. Explore and fight your way through the dangerous dungeons filled with traps, puzzles and magical artifacts. And, of course, show the evil bosses who is the real boss here.”
As some of you may have noticed already; dUpLicity ~Beyond the Lies~ and Café 0 ~The Drowned Mermaid~ by roseVeRte are now available on Steam. Furthermore, I’m happy to announce that I’m going to translate East Tower into German as well. This game is an episodic comedy visual novel and it is about a mysterious new attraction in a theme park. That should tide us over while we are waiting for the Café 0 sequel: Café 0 ~The Sleeping Beast~. If you like you can give the games a positive rating on Steam. Me and roseVeRte would be glad if you do! 🙂
Don’t forget to check out the latest otome game by roseVeRte; How To Take Off Your Mask. It is set to be released in spring 2015 in English and Japanese and who knows … maybe there will be a German translation in the future! 🙂