Developers Andy Campbell and Mez Breeze have just released All The Delicate Duplicates, a mind-bending, story-driven adventure based around a first-person narrative that attempts to toy with the player’s idea of time and reality as a stable and linear concept. Some players might recognize Mez Breeze as a producer of digital, electronic and mixed reality output, who has been creating art since the mid ‘90s.
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The game itself centers around John, a single father, who inherits a collection of arcane objects from his mysterious relative, Mo. Over time, John and his daughter Charlotte begin to realise that these objects have unusual properties: the more they are exposed to them, the more their reality and memories appear to change.
In it’s current state, the project is only playable on Windows systems, with a planned VR release later in 2017. You can pick it up from the Steam store for $7.99/£6.99.