Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Released on Steam

Posted on October 8, 2015 by
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Released on Steam

Steel Crate Games has recently announced that their latest game Keep Talking and Nobody Explode is now available on Steam for Windows PC. It costs around $14.99 USD. Oculus Rift DK2 is supported for virtual reality play, but the game can easily be played without it.



One unfortunate player in Keep Talking and Nobody Explode is trapped in a room with a bomb. The other players have a manual that tells them how to defuse bombs, and they must help the hapless lone player by providing instructions. However, there is a catch: the other players can't see the bomb, so the lone player has to provide the others with enough details so that they can give the right instructions.

The bomb manual is freely available and can be printed or viewed on a tablet or any other web-enabled device.

Keep Talking and Nobody Explode has the following features:


  • Puzzles that test the limits of communication skills and trust in other players.

  • Procedurally generated puzzles that ensure that the bomb is different every time.

  • Able to be played in virtual reality through Oculus Rift DK2, or through a computer monitor.

  • Only one copy of the game needed; if you can talk to the player, you can play a bomb expert.


The game's Steam page can be found here.