Paris – December 20, 2016
Microïds, an international video games publisher, today announced the release of Subject 13 on the PlayStation Store. The nostalgic point and click adventure game, developed by renown French video game creator Paul Cuisset (“Flashback”, “Future Wars”), is now available for only $6.99.
Fans looking to reminiscence over the glory days of point-and-click adventures can re-establish that feeling once again as Subject 13 features an adventure that’s loyal to the tradition of past games of the genre. PlayStation 4 gamers are now able to enter a mysterious world with a strong Sci-Fi narrative as they must use their wits to get past challenging puzzles to discover all the secrets hidden within the game.
“I love the old days of point and click adventure games and wanted to recapture that essence with the creation of Subject 13.” said Paul Cuisset, Subject 13’s Lead Game Developer. “I made sure to establish a world full of unique and challenging puzzles that I would enjoy as a fan of a genre, and I hope fans of point and click adventure games can also appreciate what I’ve created and have fun within the complex world of Subject 13.”
Below you can see a new release trailer for Subject 13 on PlayStation 4.
In "Subject 13", the player embodies Franklin Fargo, a discreet physics professor. Franklin leads a lonely and bitter life since Sophie, his fiancée, was violently killed. After a fall in a lake while driving his car, he wakes up in a scientific abandoned underground plant with only one link with the outside world: a voice that calls him “Subject 13”. His goal is to escape from this place where he is being held captive and to find out more about the reasons of his imprisonment.
"Subject 13" is an adventure game in its greatest tradition. It depicts a universe with all kinds of secret hidings, enigmas and mechanisms that the player will have to discover. But also objects to collect, handle and make good use of in the scenery…
It was supported by the adventure gamers’ community with a successful Kickstarter campaign in July 2014.