Slice-of-life adventure game A Space for the Unbound coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch this winter

A story about overcoming anxiety, depression, and the relationship between a boy and a girl with supernatural powers.

A Space for the Unbound

Mojiken Studio-developed slice-of-life adventure game A Space for the Unbound is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch alongside its previously announced PC version (Steam) this winter, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. In Japan, it will be published by Chorus Worldwide.

A free “Prologue” version of the game is currently available for PC via Steam. It is described as the “prologue chapter and proof of concept” for the game.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

High school is ending and the world is ending with it.

A Space for the Unbound is a slice-of-life adventure game with beautiful pixel art set in the late 90s rural Indonesia that tells a story about overcoming anxiety, depression, and the relationship between a boy and a girl with supernatural powers.

Follow two high school sweethearts, Atma and Raya, on a journey of self-discovery at the end of their high school years. When a mysteriously supernatural power is suddenly unleashed threatening their existence, they must explore and investigate their town to uncover hidden secrets, face the end of the world, and perhaps learn more about each other.

Set in a small town inspired by 90s era rural Indonesia, A Space for The Unbound presents an endearing story-driven experience with a vibrant environment waiting to be explored.

Key Features

  • Throwback to the 90s! Let us take you to Indonesia in the late 90s.
  • Explore rural Indonesia and enjoy its relaxing atmosphere with a hint of supernatural events.
  • Chat and interact with other townfolks and listen to their personal stories.
  • Dive into people’s minds Inception-style.
  • Listen to beautiful music composed by Masdito “Ittou” Bachtiar

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