The Forgotten City Released

Here's a reminder that The Forgotten City is now available for Windows and consoles, offering a time-loop mystery game set in ancient Rome. Just remember the PC edition can be picked up on GOG.com or Steam, and it carries a 10% launch discount for the next week. Publisher Modern Storyteller and developer Dear Villagers supply a Launch Trailer with a look at the game, and the following details:
Trapped in a secret underground city during the Roman Empire, 23 lost souls cling to life. In this precarious utopia, if one person breaks the mysterious Golden Rule, everyone dies. Players must relive the city's final moments in an endless loop, changing the course of the day with each secret they uncover. Combat is an option, but violence will only get them so far. Only by cleverly exploiting the time loop and making difficult moral choices can they hope to unravel this murderous riddle.

To capture the experience of exploring a fictional ancient Roman city with historically authentic art, architecture, costumes and customs, the development team worked with two historical consultants, Dr. Philip Matyszak, who has a DPhil from Oxford and teaches ancient history for Cambridge, and Dr. Sophie Hay, who has spent 20 years excavating the ruins of Pompeii.