Catyph: The Kunci Experiment Can Now Be Yours
Catyph: The Kunci Experiment Can Now Be Yours
From developer Simon Mesnard comes a point-and-click adventure reminiscent of Myst and Rhem
Posted: 05/13/16 | Category: News | Platform: Windows

Catyph: The Kunci Experiment - New Trailer, OST Preview, Screens, Info - August 21, 2014

In 2062, Men from Terra have access to a new technology from a mysterious Black Cube found 5 years before. With this new power, they decide to explore their solar system, in search for signs of intelligent life. They send you at the discovery of planet Catyph and its moon Tytaah.

Catyph: The Kunci Experiment is the second game in a series known as The Black Cube, the first having been ASA: A Space Adventure. You needn't have played ASA, however, in order to fully enjoy Catyph.

Using data you've collected on Tytaah, you're tasked with attempting to access that moon's seven distinct regions, and to understand what the Kunci is.

Catyph is a point-and-click adventure reminiscent of Myst and Rhem. It offers an immersive narrative that relies on observation, discovery and exploration. The game has over 800 videos, features 2000 images and an 18-track OST. It supports 1920x800 HD display with optional video transitions, offers a selection of difficulty levels and has eight unlockable bonuses. Length of gameplay is approximately 15 hours.

Catyph was made with the support of The Icehouse, an indie artists' collective. The game has been released on Windows and is available in digital format from Steam and the Humble Store (both currently at a 10% discount), and as a boxed version from the developer

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