Mendax Proxy joins the next Steam festival


Take control of a city AI and decide the fate of your citizens.

neuronet art showing someone walking a dog through a maze of a cyberpunk town

The NeuroNet Cyberpunk Narrative Adventure: Mendax Proxy is the latest game to join the October roster of Steam’s upcoming festival. It’s slated for release in 2022, but if it’s too long to wait, you can play the demo in the next showcase, which runs October 1-7.

NeuroNet is a story-driven adventure in which players control an enhanced City AI. Your goal is to help the citizens of the city of Catena and improve their lives, while ensuring that the city does not collapse in the process.

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You will need to make quick decisions that will impact the future of the city and the prosperity of its people in NeuroNet. Every choice matters and every decision has a lasting impact on the characters you meet and the status of the city at large. Whether it’s helping people with their businesses or making bigger city-wide choices, like helping politician Denton Talingrey, you’ll find yourself faced with moral dilemmas, where there is no has no good choices, just a city that needs some leadership, with you at the helm.

NeuroNet is a fully voiced adventure where you’ll meet dozens of unique characters, take part in thousands of story events, and explore a branching narrative that will expose you to a city losing its humanity to technology. The trailer poses the question of whether the city’s relationship with technology is symbiotic or oppressive – a real cyberpunk dilemma.

Cyberpunk 2077 has given the cyberpunk genre a big publicity boost, but games in the genre have been around for ages. Deus Ex: Human Revolution recently turned ten and is still one of the best examples of its genre. The Ascent two-stick shooter was also recently released on Game Pass. Featuring a dystopian planet ruled by corporate arcologies, it has a mind-boggling cyberpunk world and challenging boss fights – a must-see while you wait for NeuroNet.

You can NeuroNet wishlist on Steam and the Epic game store. You can also check out the latest Steam blog post to learn more about the technological world that awaits you.Next: Boyfriend Dungeon Composer Interview: Making Games Is Like Polyamory – Many People and A Lot of Confidence


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