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Niche Spotlight – Kontrol Flow

Kontrol Flow

Today’s Niche Spotlight is Kontrol Flow, a puzzle game about repairing connections to generators by Tyler Stansfield Jaggers and Overidon Omnimedia.

Inspired by electrical and plumbing simulations from the ’80s, Kontrol Flow is about setting up connections to generators using interactive fuses in order to unlock the secrets behind a mysterious anomaly. Decrypt codes to access artifacts to expand your understanding of the anomaly, and its effects on your small village.

You can find the launch trailer below.

Kontrol Flow is available on Windows PC via Steam for $6.99 USD.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below:

Kontrol Flow is the puzzle game that will satisfy your casual simulation needs.

The core mechanics of the game are simple.

Connect generators to their appropriate ports using interactive fuses.

The early stages are straightforward with easy solutions.

Yet as your team of scientists progress further into the anomaly, the repairs become more complex.

Inspired by 1980’s electrical and plumbing simulations, Kontrol Flow focuses on casual gameplay and critical thinking.

Be prepared to deal with disrupted systems that can overload and destroy your fuses.

As you repair more systems, you will learn more about the Anomaly and its secrets!

Once you complete enough stages, your team may acquire artifacts.

These artifacts are encrypted and will require you to solve a code pattern in order to access their information.

Repair stages of damaged systems and decrypt artifacts to help your small village learn and prosper.

You’re invited to Kontrol the Flow of energy in…Kontrol Flow.

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