Say No! More delayed to spring 2021

Say No! more says No! to 2002.

Say No! More

Thunderful Publishing and developer Studio Fizbin have delayed Say No! More from its previously planned 2020 release window to spring 2021. It will be available for Switch, PC via Steam, Mac, and iOS.

“It’s been a challenging year, but we’ve been relentlessly toiling away on our little No!-them up and the game is really coming together,” said Studio Fizbin game director Marius Winter in a press release. “The amount of things we’ve found to say no to over the course of our development has been staggering. We want this game to drop next year as a fun experience that anyone can play again and again. Hopefully it encourages you to think about saying no more too, it’s good for you!”

Thunderful Publishing marketing manager Paulina Lorne added, “We hope everyone is excited to play Say No! More in 2021, we have big plans to make the most of the additional time we’ve now got, so please look forward to a lot more soon. In the meantime we wish you all a happy break as we ring in the new year, when Say No! More will bring its zany, No!-them up energy to our lives!”

Here is an overview of the game, via Thunderful Publishing:

In a world where the word “no” has been all but forgotten, the population is focused on people-pleasing, the daily grind and making it through the week with an unwavering artificial smile. On your first day as an intern in the corporate world, work continues to pile up and to top it all off your superior decides to take your lunch box. Sat dejected at your desk, you happen upon a portable cassette player with a cassette inside simply titled “No!”. Upon listening to this mystical discovery you meet the flamboyant self-help coach who goes by the name of… Coach. Coach grants you the lost power of saying “No!” and sends you on a spree of No!-saying, thus changing the world. What will you do with this incredible new power? Well, you won’t be making any more coffees, that’s for sure! Expect the unexpected in this bonkers story about the power of “No!” and its ability to bring people together.

Say No! More is the first ever No!-them up, a brand new genre only possible from the minds of Studio Fizbin. Say No! More features intuitive controls for its on-rails No!-shouting gameplay in four emotional states and a tongue-in-cheek story. Touching on timeless and modern issues such as social etiquette, friendship and workplace standards, this zany and hilarious adventure also has tender depth. It’s all wrapped up in a nostalgic late 90s 3D video game aesthetic, complete with chunky, colorful visuals, simple yet expressive animations and jazzy music that you’ll struggle to say “No!” to.

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