What if you could read the minds of the people around you? We aren’t talking about just reading the minds of women, in the movie “What Women Want,” but reading the minds of everyone, where you can predict every single move. Would you use that power, or would you rather get rid of it and wish you never had it? Quantum Conscience, is a new visual novel by Woodsy Studio, who was behind the Fantasy/Romance tale, Serafina’s Saga, which was released last year for Android and PC. Come find out for yourself and control how the story goes as you explore the many questions behind this certain power you have. Quantum Conscience is out on PC, Mac, and Linux, but as of today, you can now get the visual novel game on Android. You can get the first chapter for free, but if you are interested in the full game, you can purchase via in-app for just $2.99.
In Quantum Conscience, you will get to follow the visual novel about Blaire Pollack (you can see an Image of Blaire above), you may think about the Demolition Man, where they are frozen and suddenly the bad guy gets unfrozen and gets the powerful weapon of knowing every thing dangerous known to man. Though of course Blaire, doesn’t have that sort of destructive power, but they are a soldier that has been drafted to fight an insurgent war thousands of years in the future. The powers that Blaire receives is known as the “Void Stream,” which allows to enter into the minds of the other characters that you meet along the way. “As the story progresses, the player chooses when Blaire uses the Void Stream, and which characters Blaire uses it on. How the story unfolds, and Blaire’s relationships with her fellow soldiers, will change depending on how the player deploys this knowledge.”
Here is the trailer for Quantum Conscience:
The key features that you will experience in Quantum Conscience, includes the following:
- Over 71,000 words with four distinct endings and multiple variations
- Unique “Void Stream” allows players to explore and change the story with Blaire’s powers
- Male and female playable characters
- Berlin School-inpsired OST by Jenny Gibbons