‘A Place for the Unwilling’ Has Launched

Developer ALPixel Games today released their macabre narrative mystery A Place for the Unwilling for PC and Mac via Steam for $14.99 / £11.39 / €14.99, and released a new trailer showing more of the game’s enigmatic backstory.

Watch the new launch trailer and a gameplay video trailer below.

A Place for the Unwilling is a branching narrative adventure set in the final 21 days of a dying city. Every decision you make will shape your surroundings, and the city’s fate. However, the clock is ticking – and the city carries on, with or without you. Speak to everyone from eerie politicians to chain-smoking child anarchists. Work as a trader, socialize, explore the town freely, and play a role in the city’s hierarchy.

Combining the narrative depth and exploration of Sunless Sea with the curious setup of Majora’s Mask  – plus a dash of Lovecraft – A Place for the Unwilling is a rich narrative experience where player choices really do count, set in a Dickensian world of color and Eldritch nightmares.

a place for the unwilling game

Features:

  • The clock is ticking
    Lose yourself in a strange new world that dies in 21 days
  • Hyper branching narrative
    Your every decision changes the environment, and the final outcome
  • Each walkthrough is unique
    Over 100 narrative events based on everyday decisions and big choices create a unique story
  • Wide cast of characters and in-depth narrative
    Covering themes of inequality, isolation, cosmic horror and more
  • Living, breathing world
    It’s the ultimate branching story adventure, where the world carries on, with or without you
  • Story is everything
    No combat, mini-maps or quest markers. 
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