TML Studios, the developers behind The Bus, Fernbus Simulator, and Tourist Bus Simulator, are ready to explore a new genre. Instead of a new simulator title, TML Studios has announced a post-apocalyptic game in the name of Dead Man’s Diary. This new game will arrive on PC via Steam on March 30, 2022, where curious players can now wishlist.
Dead Man’s Diary, A Lonely Journey Amidst the Nuclear-Infested Lands
It’s been 15 years since the bombs ravaged humanity. The humans have fled to the bunkers for safety, only to soon find that their supplies are severely depleting. With food running out, you must venture back into the world if you are to survive. Many secrets lie hidden throughout the world. From bleak forests to abandoned structures, you must gather the courage to search and scavenge whatever you can find if you want to live. Craft together essential tools while maintaining your hunger as you continue your exploration.
In addition to the survival gameplay, Dead Man’s Diary will ring in puzzles for you to solve through the game’s 27 levels. But perhaps the main selling point for the title will be the narrative devices that it will use. The unnamed protagonist uses a diary to collect his thoughts and adventures through thought-provoking soliloquies. Considering that you’ll mostly be spending time with this character, expect some lengthy dialogue to appear in Dead Man’s Diary.
Dead Man’s Diary is a project delivered straight from the heart of our team – it’s a story we’ve wanted to tell for a long time and we’re very happy that the game is now coming to market. We can’t wait to finally welcome players into our post-apocalyptic world.” – Thomas Langelotz, CEO and founder of TML-Studios
Dead Man’s Diary will be arriving on PC via Steam next month on March 30, 2022. Console versions will be released later on in the year. So, what are your thoughts on TML Studios announcing their Dead Man’s Diary game? Let us know down in the comments!