Discover the depths of your soul with AETHERNAUT
Philosophy, mystery, puzzles, and more to discover.
Aethernaut has just been re-released with new challenges, additional language options, and a new price!
Delve into the depths of your soul, travel in time, and discover who you really are on this philosophical open-world puzzle game with 6 different possible endings.
AETHERNAUT NOW PART OF THE ICEBERG CATALOG on STEAM!
Publisher Iceberg Interactive and Developer Dragon Slumber are pleased to work together again re-releasing AETHERNAUT, a philosophical open-world puzzle game.
After the success of their past project: “Tech Support: Error Unknown”, they are excited about this second cooperation.
To celebrate this re-release, Aethernaut now features additional achievements, and can also be played in additional languages, including German, Japanese, Korean and simplified Chinese. Moreover, the game will enjoy an 11-day launch discount of 15%(starting at 7pm CEST, 10am PT), on top of a permanent price drop from $ 19,99 to $16,99 (and a.o. €15.99, GBP14.49). Last but not least Aethernaut can now be played on Steam Deck, as it has recently achieved the Verified status for it.
About the Game:
- Discover who you are
- You wake up in a strange, dark Construct, without any memory of who you are. Soon, through the intercom, the voice of Doctor Cornell calls you “The Aethernaut”.
Explore a series of rooms and solve the experiments as you discover who you are. Will you be able to escape before it’s too late?
Philosophical and intriguing
Choose how the story unfolds based on your answers to Cornell’s philosophical questions, as he seeks to better understand your nature and personality.
Learn more about your past and your connection to this strange world, and understand why you are the only one who can survive the deadly aether. But beware, as the doctor may not be who he claims to be…
Can you trust the voice?
As you navigate the dark experiments, new voices manifest themselves, warning you not to trust Cornell and pleading to be saved from his tyranny. But in this world, the reality is not so simple.
As the truth is revealed, who will you choose to trust? The choice is in your hands.
6 possible endings
With 6 possible endings, depending on your answers and how you solve the puzzles, Aethernaut will unlock the depths of your soul and you will discover your true self.
About Dragon Slumber:
Dragon Slumber is an award-winning Montreal-based indie studio founded in 2013 by Kevin Giguère, a programmer with over 20 years of experience. Dragon Slumber already has several games released, including the award-winning Tech Support: Error Unknown for PC, Mac, and Linux, along with JRPG Aerolite Core, and runner racer Astral Traveler for PC.
Dragon Slumber strives to bring thoughtful games with careful and innovative designs and to provide unique experiences for gamers. This has allowed it to win among other awards the indie prize at Catapult 2021.
About Iceberg Interactive:
Iceberg Interactive is an independent video game publisher founded in 2009 by an international group of games industry veterans. Located in Haarlem, The Netherlands, and staffed with avid gamers, Iceberg works closely with an assembly of game developers around the world, both midsize and indie. Known for many hit franchises including Killing Floor 2, Maneater and Circle Empires; the company has enjoyed recent success with PC titles such as Strange Horticulture, Blazing Sails, and Chivalry 2. Iceberg Interactive has many exciting games coming up, including Mahokenshi (PC), King of Retail (PC), and DOOMBLADE (PC). To learn more, please visit www.iceberg-games.com.
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