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Telltale Games and Night School Studio Release Mr. Robot Adventure Game

Jack Gardner



A new and interesting take on augmented reality games, Mr. Robot:1.51exfiltratiOn allows players to interact with the world of Mr. Robot via a messaging app for iOS and Android. The game takes place in real time over the course of a week as players talk with members of the underground hacker group, fsociety. In the game, players will use the E Corp messaging app to interact with original characters and characters from the USA show with the goal of recovering data vital to uncovering E Corp's plans. 



To create 1.51exfiltratiOn, Telltale Games teamed up with Night School Studio, the developer behind the recently released and well-received Oxenfree. The game through messaging app idea presented some very unique challenges, especially when extended over the course of a week in real-time. Players interact with the game by using the E Corp app and using its various features or selecting one of several responses to incoming messages to see how all of it plays out. While that not seem as fleshed out as allowing players to write their own messages, the hurdles of predicting text responses needed to be narrowed down.


"Night School Studio is one of the most promising small developers in the industry, and seeing Telltale alumnus and writer Adam Hines writing alongside the team at UCP (Universal Cable Productions) and USA on an interactive story with our partners at NBCUniversal makes us proud to present this to MR. ROBOT and Telltale fans everywhere," said Steve Allison, the senior vice president of publishing at Telltale Games. "There's a distinct Telltale style to all of the character interactions that our fans will find familiar, and fans of the show will be engrossed all through the night as they race to help fsociety pull off the unthinkable." 



Mr. Robot:1.51exfiltratiOn is available now for iOS and Android devices.

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