|Melbourne, Australia — February 3, 2021 — If lockdown is driving you stir crazy, escape to your very own nightclub in Isolationist Nightclub Simulator, coming to Steam next month. In a relaxing sandbox-meets-multimedia art experience, you can create, explore or simply relax in the lush vibes of this expansive virtual space all your own.
In a dark, yet all too familiar time, a plague has all but shut down life on Earth’s surface, driving you to the safety of your very own fallout shelter where you escape into the vivid simulation of a futuristic, neon lit and labyrinthine nightclub. Create your own music (no prior skill required!) using in-game instruments, including a synth keyboard, drum machine, bass loops and arpeggiator, or occupy yourself with an assortment of mini-games in your club’s Arcade. Feel like just relaxing instead? Explore a series of serpentine spaces, such as an art gallery, a forest-scale garden and a number of Chill Out rooms where you can sit back with a virtual drink and relax with soothing music – perhaps of your own making. You can also leave notes for other players with the in-game messaging system, which randomly populates items such as drink coasters or toilet wall graffiti with your messages.
“Following on from a project I released last year called Neon Cyborg Cat Club, I felt compelled to create a new world that was much more expansive and interactive,” said Edwin Montgomery, Composer and Developer. “As we’re all spending so much time at home these days, I wanted to build a virtual space that would offer a sense of discovery, play and creation. Isolationist Nightclub Simulator provides an experience that anyone can enter and make their own.”
Isolationist Nightclub Simulator is supported by Creative Victoria’s Sustaining Creative Workers grant and is designed to provide a relaxingly creative experience that offers a little something for everyone, no matter what mood you are in. Isolationist Nightclub Simulator is expected to launch on Steam soon for the price of $5USD with a 10% sale at launch.