Plaid Hat Games introduces Comanauts

Plaid Hat Games continue their streak of new game announcements with the introduction of Comanauts. Its an Adventure Book game of exploration and danger designed by Jerry Hawthorne (known for designing Mice and Mystics and Stuffed Fables). Comanauts builds upon the mechanics of the Adventure Book system first introduced in Stuffed Fables with a theme for more mature players. Its a cooperative adventure game which supports 2-4 players which is set in the twisted, slumbering mind of Dr. Strobel.

“Dr. Martin Strobal, the greatest mind of our generation, lies in a coma. His Mobius Ring invention promised to change the world, but has instead given us our greatest disaster. Meant to provide the world with unlimited clean energy, the Mobius Ring malfunctioned, bathing Dr. Strobal in radiation, and creating a singularity that threatens to consume the world. We need him back, and the only way to revive him from his coma is to enter his subconscious and free him from the demons found within.” [source]

Players need to work together to discover secrets of the doctor’s subconscious mind by exploring it in a race against time. They will follow his inner child across 11 different Comazones to locate and defeat the Prime Inner Demon (I.D.) holding him hostage. There are 22 unique avatars for players to assume who perform differently in various Comazones and have varied abilities, starting items, and die bonuses. Comanauts can be played as an individual game session or as a campaign game in a multipart narrative. Each session focuses on a single I.D. plaguing Dr. Strobal. Over multiple sessions players are able to unlock the full story to win the campaign.

Pre-orders are currently available on the Plaid Hat Games website which is incentivised with an exclusive promo avatar, and the game is set to release in 2-5 months.

Bitten by a common house spider, Antoine emerged with the uncanny ability to buy more games than he had time to play. While living in the hills of Tennessee, USA, he tries to balance software development, family, and his multiple, competing hobbies. He hopes to someday discover a pocket dimension in which to store his games.