Polish developer Artifex Mundi is working on a new game for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, and PC called Irony Curtain. The game is set in the fictional country of Matryoshka , a Communist state-run nation that is every bit as corrupt and oppressive as you could imagine.
The game is a satirical point-and-click adventure game set in a totalitarian communist country where food is controlled, where worker’s rights are a whisper on the chapped lips of the proletariat, and survival is a dream of every meal-starved child just trying to survive through the night.
The press release is hilariously put together like a propaganda sheet from the Ministry of Information, rightly called the Department of Communication.
A teaser trailer for Irony Curtain showcases a little bit of what the art-style will be like and what gamers can expect from the despot-themed point-and-click adventure game.
Obviously the dictator is themed after Josef Stalin, and the Soviet-era imagery is all about rekindling the horrors and hardships that many suffered during the veil of the Iron Curtain’s dominance in Europe.
The game sees you taking on the role of a Western journalist visiting Matryoshka for the first time, but ends up becoming part of the class struggle in a fight for survival.
The game may be humorous but it seems to be designed to disrupt the SJW narrative being pushed in the West by treasonous activists posing as journalists who continue to push for the proliferation and return of Communism.
These “journalists” are either uneducated or traitors.
The game features 22 hand-painted locations for players to visit, along with 170 items, and plenty of jokes themed around poking fun at Communism.
I imagine this game may not receive the best of coverage from the Leftist who have taken over the games media with their SJW agenda, but if you’re interested in learning more you can visit the Steam store page.
Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka With Love is scheduled to release in 2019 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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