Gato Salvaje Studio's AR-K Available on Steam

Posted on July 21, 2014 by
Gato Salvaje Studio's AR-K Available on Steam

Spanish developer, Gato Salvaje Studio has announced that their cowd-funded point-and-click adventure game, AR-K is now available on Steam. In celebration of the game's release, AR-K is being offered together (Chapter 1: Gone with the Sphere and Chapter 2: The Girl Who Wasn’t There) for $7.99 USD for the first week of sales. After that it will return to its regular price, $9.99 USD.

Developed with the powerful Unity 3D graphic engine, AR-K will have players taking on the role of former policewoman and current journalism student Alicia in a showcase of splendid 3D graphics and animation. AR-K's episodic story will be told over 4 chapters, each of which will be released on Steam and the aforementioned platforms throughout the year. Although each chapter builds upon the previous events, adding more layers of suspense, humor, romance, and satire, they can also be played individually. AR-K is a classic-style point-and-click adventure game with attention-grabbing writing and challenging puzzles that open up the doors to an even more fascinating world filled with mystery, humor and suspense.

AR-K tells the story of Alicia, former cop turned journalist, who wakes up one morning with a massive hangover. It is obvious that she was out drinking the night before, but she has no idea how much she had. The only thing she can (barely) remember is a one-night stand with an unknown man, though she cannot even be sure if that happened. She then learns about a mysterious Golden Sphere, an object that seems to be the key to discovering what happened...