No More Robots has announced that the trippy simulation game Hypnospace Outlaw is available on PC now. The game features a throwback to 90s internet tropes as players navigate the wild wild web.
In the year 1999 ‘Sleeptime Networking’ is the new hot craze, allowing people from all over the world to connect, share their passions and odd creations through the night.
Put on your headband Enforcer, and get ready to surf Hypnospace and its many bizarre pages looking for copyright infringement, malicious software and viruses. Keeping Hypnospace safe on the run-up to the Year 2000 update is crucial, and it’s your responsibility.
Full of alternate reality brands and products like the Monarch Game Champ and its best selling game Squisherz, Hypnospace Outlaw is a treasure trove of wacky imagery and concepts that makes browsing the zones feel like an entirely authentic ’90s experience.
Check out the trailer above, read Bryan’s preview of the game, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.
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