Greetings fellow robots!
As there are quite a few new people following us, we’re going to start up from the basics - introducing the game and then share some new videos that will help you understand how the game works.
So without further ado, let’s get into it!
What is Retro Machina?
Retro Machina puts you in a world inspired by the Retro Futuristic views from the mid to late 20th century.
In our game world, humanity has been long extinct and the world was decimated by a mysterious force. Of all the settlements and cities that once existed, only one remains intact, the city of Endeavor. Protected by a glass dome and inhabited solely by robots, the city has been maintained in this way for hundreds of years with cold efficiency. Everything has to be perfect, and should a robot develop a defect, it is instantly removed from the city and left to break down in the wilderness.
This is where the main character comes in. A single robot worker developed a defect and was removed from the city. However, unlike all the other robots that met the same fate, this one refused to go down in this way and set out on a quest to fix himself.
This is where you will meet it, just as it sets out on its quest for repairs, to find other intelligent life, and to unravel the mysteries of this world.
Today we are pleased to announce the opening chapter of the game called Nucleonics for free. So, you can enjoy the game as it was planned for release.
We feel that this is an important step for everyone as this gives you the chance to try out our game and get a feel for what it is like.
Armed with this experience, you can then make a well-informed decision on whether Retro Machina is the game for you!
Naturally, we hope that you will enjoy the game.
As always, we welcome any and all feedback, so please do let us know what you think about our prologue!
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