Kona Brings Icy Investigation to Mac and Linux Today (Video)
When private detective Carl Faubert took the case, it seemed like his simplest job in weeks. Drive north from Montreal to a small village and find out who has been vandalizing his wealthy client’s hunting manor. No sweat. But finding the area seemingly empty, Carl soon discovers that the case is much more involved than what he signed on for.
Today, Mac and Linux players can plunge into the mystery of Manastan via Steam Early Access, with GOG following very soon. Kona is available now across Windows, Mac, and Linux at 33% off!
Where has everyone gone? Where did this fierce blizzard come from? With only his trusty pickup truck and whatever resources he can salvage from the frozen town, Carl must carry out his strangest case yet―if the cold Canadian North doesn’t do him in first.
Kona releases in full later in 2016.
About This Game
Northern Canada, 1970. A strange blizzard ravages Atamipek Lake. Step into the shoes of a detective to explore the eerie village, investigate surreal events, and battle the elements to survive. The first installment in a series of four games, Kona is a chilly, narrative-driven interactive tale you won’t soon forget.
October 1970. W. Hamilton, a rich industrialist who owns a hunting manor in Northern Canada, reports several cases of vandalism perpetrated against his property. Unable to find out who dared to commit these acts, Hamilton calls Carl Faubert, a renowned private detective to handle the affair.
In Kona, Carl becomes trapped up in the deep north, engulfed in an unexpected snowstorm, and is unable to find his client —or any other living inhabitant for that matter. The player incarnated detective Faubert, who must shed light on the mysterious events befalling the area.
◾ Step into a surreal interactive tale of mystery and investigate the perplexing quietness in the entire town.
◾ Explore a vast, frigid Northern environment and battle the elements to survive.
◾ Complete the first of four distinct acts, each offering between three to five hours of gameplay.
◾ Enjoy the atmospheric soundtrack featuring music by Quebec folk band Curé Label.
◾ Experience the tale through the omniscient, third-person storyteller.
◾ Go back in time with a vintage look and feel reminiscent of 1970s rural communities.