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Alt-Frequencies Released

Friends, Romans, and countrymen, lend me your ears: Steam now offers the Windows and macOS editions of Alt-Frequencies, a narrative mystery game played out through a series of audio clues. The game's release trailer offers a look, or rather a listen, at what to expect from this admittedly short game (they estimate it at about two hours). Here's word:

Alt-Frequencies tasks players with unravelling a mystery taking place between multiple radio stations among a disparate group of people, intersecting where interactive investigation meets podcasting. Record, rewind time and broadcast snippets of radio shows to find out the truth about the time loop, a conspiracy and the biggest vote in history.

Alt-Frequencies supports Visually Impaired players and Blind gamers with inclusion of players of various disabilities being a cornerstone of the game design. In Alt-Frequencies players will solve a series of puzzles to progress in their investigation. A radio/audio format is used as the gameís key mechanic, delivering an innovative and original method of non-linear storytelling which has become the signature calling card of acclaimed development studio Accidental Queens.

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