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Impostor Factory Trailer

Impostor Factory

Freebird Games have released a new trailer for their upcoming adventure game, Impostor Factory.

Impostor Factory is the third game in the To the Moon series, and follows a man named Quincy as he attends a party at a secluded mansion. Quincy soon finds himself wrapped up in a time loop, trying to solve a series of murders that are occurring at the manor during the party.

If time travel was not enough, Lovecraftian horrors also get involved in the bizarre happenings at the mansion, and possibly, the end of the world.

You can find the new trailer below.

You can find a rundown of the game (via Steam) below:


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Impostor Factory is a narrative-driven adventure game that is categorically out of its mind.
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Dr. Watts and Dr. Rosalene have peculiar jobs: They give people another chance to live their lives, all the way from the very beginning.

But this isn’t their story. Probably.

Instead, it’s about Quincy. Let me tell you a story about him.

One day, Quincy was invited to a fancy parteh at a suspiciously secluded mansion. So he accepted and went; because even though the mansion was suspicious and secluded, it was also fancy and had a parteh.

In fact, it turned out to be so fancy that there was a time machine in its bathroom. Quincy could wash his hands and time-travel while he was at it. Talk about a time-saver!

But of course, then people start dying, because that’s what they do. And somewhere along the way, things get a little Lovecraftian and tentacles are involved.

Anyway, that’s around 1/3 of what the game is really about.

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Key Features

  • A story that will make you curse at the screen
  • A cozy mix between adventure game elements and classic RPG aesthetics
  • Dialogues that read so wrong but feel so right
  • An espresso execution with zero filler and no time drains
  • long cat

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F.A.Q.:
Q: Is playing To the Moon & Finding Paradise necessary before playing this game?
A: Impostor Factory can be played independently just like the games before it.

Q: Is Impostor Factory the sequel to To the Moon & Finding Paradise?
A: Maybe not. Maybe it’s a sequel. Maybe it’s a prequel. Maybe it’s both. But again, there is no prerequisite to playing Impostor Factory.


Impostor Factory launches 2020 for Windows PC, Linux, and Mac (all via Steam).

Image: Steam

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