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Code 7 Episode 1 Releases On Steam

After numerous awards, and successful Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight campaigns, Code 7 Episode 1 has officially released on Steam

Developed by German indie  Goodwolf Studio, Code 7 combines hacking gameplay with a unique narrative experience. The MS-DOS like system will allow players to solve puzzles and uncover the story behind the sudden loss of communication with Humanity's first interstellar space station. 

Two agents, Sam and Alex, are sent to find out what happened and find themselves face to face with an A.I. that threatens the whole of humanity. Now it is up to them to stop it, find out the true motives of the A.I. and what Code 7 exactly is. 

And when a third force enters the ring, it becomes even harder to distinguish who is a friend, who is a foe, what is the reality, and what is the truth.

Broken into multiple instalments, each episode will introduce a new character (or characters) whom Alex will have to work with, together, as a team. You will have to make important decisions that will influence their course in the story and define their relationship with you in the final episode (provided, that is, they survive...).

Depending on your choices, characters will think of you as a friend or an enemy and the finale in Episode 5 will change, accordingly.

Code 7 features:

Challenging puzzles that test the player's nerve, perception and ability to decode scattered messages.

Code 7 is a fully voiced text adventure, with animations, music and sound effects! 

Team up with the main characters of each episode. Talk to, navigate and protect them and in return, they will help you.

Important choices that determine how the finale, Episode 5, plays out.

Depending on your playstyle, each episode will have a playtime of around 4 hours 

The entire series of episodes will cost $16.

Check out the official launch trailer: 


Those wishing to request review keys please contact Sean@Mechawolf.com .

Additionally, Goodwolf Studios will be present at this year's Gamescom. If you would like to book an appointment with the team this can be arranged.




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