Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099 bumped to unspecified date in Q3 2023 for Switch
What's this monkey business!?
Fictiorama Studios originally announced that the digital voyeur simulator Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099 was launching on Switch the same day as the Steam version - May 25th, 2023. Unfortunately, the team waited until literally launch day to say that the Switch version is no longer due out today. The Switch version has now been bumped to an unspecified date in Q3 2023. No reason for the delay was given.
Inspired by an actual website featuring unprotected surveillance cameras (do not ask which one it is, we won’t tell you!), the sequel to the acclaimed title Do Not Feed The Monkeys (94% positive opinion on Steam) takes the concept further! While offering a totally independent story, very welcoming for new players, Do Not Feed The Monkeys 2099 builds on the existing lore crafted with maestria by the original developer and offers a state of the art gaming experience.
It’s 2099, and The Primate Observation Club is stronger than ever. The world has morphed into a retro-futuristic dystopia where spying is not just prevalent but, most importantly, even more entertaining. Welcome to Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099: a digital voyeur simulator that combines narrative, investigation, surveillance, and resource management.
A Dystopian Dreamland: It’s 2099 and alien knowledge has caused rapid advancements in technology to the point that big corporations now sponsor planets. Stripped of resources, Earth is now a wasteland and humanity has spread across the galaxy. Humans, robots, and aliens now live side by side.
Spying Tools: The MonkeyVision app helps you manage hidden cameras and monitor cages. Make observations and search the internet to learn more about each subject. Need more cameras? Pick up side jobs for money whilst avoiding that wacky conspiracy theorist next door.
Fresh Technology: Gone are the days of surveillance solitude. OmniPals are artificial intelligence represented by holograms that act as company promoters. They act as another window into the outside world and may offer some other handy functions.
Absolutely No Monkey Feeding: Become familiar with the subjects and you might get the chance to interact with them. Hack security systems, make threatening phone calls, or even put your own flavor in an unusual beverage. But then forget all those things, because that’s against Club rules!
End-Game Content: Once you’ve finished the game, new and exciting features, such as a Fast Forwarding ability or a Free Mode that will allow to keep playing with no specific goals or deadlines, will be available. Who knows what other rewards await you!