This game has it all: point-and-click adventure, comedy, surrealism, seriousness, a cyberpunk dystopia, a serial killer, bio-drones, blood-lusting armies...and a clever, principled nerd named Lucas McCreebie
February 3, 2014
Wax Lyrical Games
Mac, Windows, Tablet, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Smartphone, Other
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In Mega Bad Code, the Cybernetics revolution has created human redundancy and hordes of unemployed, devastating nearly everyone who cannot afford the mind-upload into Cyberspace. Replaced by machines, robots and bio-drones, the jobless masses of BlueBan have fled to the southern fringes to see what the underground offers.
The restless community that develops there becomes known as the Anarchy Zone. Now, only a strange kind of middle-class occupies BlueBan proper, hoping for a future migration to Cyberspace. Meanwhile, the blood-lusting armies in the Anarchy Zone march inwards to the Inner City Districts, talking of revolution. Talking of change.
Lucas McCreebie recently abandoned his menial job as a Cyberspace Programmer for the Tribunal to find the Serial Killer responsible for murdering his best friend. Some people call Lucas a principled man. Some call him clever. And some just call him a nerd.
As social tension mounts in the Anarchy Zone, Lucas figures BlueBan Law Enforcement can use all the help it can get. Someone must stop the killer.