Point-and-Click game 'Nefasto's Misadventure: Meeting Noeroze' comes to Switch early 2023
Getting to the point
Tired of derivative games? Stereotypical universes? Do you feel an irrepressible need to be surprised, jostled? Do twisting puzzles and obscure discoveries make you burn with desire? Just like the point’n click genre? Pix’n Love Games and Aurora Game Studio have your remedy: Nefasto’s Misadventure: Meeting Noeroze for Switch! Embark on the completely “glitched” universe of Nefasto and break the 4th wall, this time for real!
Nefasto could have been a hero. Unfortunately for him, he is more “zero” material. And for good reason: bottle-fed with binary code, it is an (insignificant) game data of a (very) bad game. A bug generated by the appalling work of its developers is causing the world in which it evolves to crumble. As the system purges its mediocre program, Nefasto mutates into corrupted data and finds itself stuck in the heart of a buggy console! The system is about to crash and time is running out! Will he find a way to escape before being permanently erased from the program?
Have you ever wondered how a video game works? Here is what is timely: you will discover here the backstage of a program that… does not work! As in, really not…
Join Nefasto in his (mis)adventures and help him escape this failing video game, where all the characters encountered, each cheekier than the other, do not necessarily want to support you in your despicable task…
Locked in this binary world that makes no sense, with sometimes rough graphics and often misleading appearances, Nefasto will need to use his gray matter (which he lacks of, by the way) to get by.
In order to be solved, the multiple puzzles that will block our (z)hero’s path will require an IQ of around 140. Some particularly daring beta testers have tried their hand at it. Everyone broke their teeth there. Fortunately, in case you fail, many endings await you with their share of “happy endings” (except, perhaps, for Nefasto).
Adventure, action, puzzle, wacky bosses… See you in early 2023 to rediscover the narrative and interactive joys of point’n click! If you really want it…