Best-selling cyberpunk adventure game Primordia is now on iOS!
The fan favorite cyberpunk adventure game Primordia has hit the App Store! Previously the game was available only for Windows. This cyberpunk adventure is one of Wadjet Eye Games’ best-selling titles and holds a coveted spot among the 20 highest user-rated games on all of Steam. Not a small feat for a retro style indie game for a tiny developer. Check out Primordia’s original launch trailer below.
“What happened to the humans?
In a desolate, ruined world inhabited only by robots, the taciturn android Horatio searches for answers. Where did he come from? Where have all the humans gone? And what, if any, was his role in it?
Torn from his peaceful existence in the crashed airship, the UNIIC, Horatio and his sarcastic floating friend Crispin are forced to travel to Metropolis, City of Glass and Light, to retrieve their stolen power core. What they discover there changes their understanding of the world and their place in it, for better or worse.
Primordia was created by Wormwood Studios (Victor Pflug, Mark Yohalem, and James Spanos) with help from Wadjet Eye, the studio that developed the Blackwell adventure games and published Gemini Rue. With its memorable characters, challenging puzzles layered allegorical story, and eight possible endings, Primordia merges the depth of old-school adventures with a streamlined interface and player-friendly design fine-tuned for touch devices. If you’re a fan of old-school adventure games, cyberpunk stories, or games that make you think, this one’s for you.”
In Addition, the game’s soundtrack, composed by Nathaniel Chambers, is also now available on iTunes. Primordia is set at a price of $4.99 for both iPhone and iPad, and can be found here. We hope you are as excited to get your hands on this title as we are.
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