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Curve Digital Publishing Just Die Already, Demo Now Available on Steam

Just Die Already

Curve Digital have announced that they are publishing DoubleMoose’ Just Die Already, and that the game now has a demo on Steam.

As stated in the press release (via email) Curve Digital will now be publishing the game, developed by Armin Ibrisagic (Goat Simulator) and his new studio DoubleMoose.

After being booted from their retirement home, and with no pension, players must secure their position at a luxury retirement home by completing extreme and chaotic challenges. Up to four players can ride rockets, play instruments, set each other on fire, maim, explode, and more.

Finally, a demo version is now available on Steam. You can find the Death Stranding Parody teaser and Steam demo trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.


Just Die Already is an old people mayhem sandbox game created by the designers of Goat Simulator.

You are an old retired person in a near future where people aren’t having any children. There isn’t anyone to pay for pensions due to those ungrateful millennials who prefer playing video games instead of doing actual work. With no one to cover your living costs, you – just like all other old people in this world – have no other choice but to survive on your own.
How will you survive in a world that wants you to Just Die Already?

To make things worse, you’ve just been kicked out of your retirement home, and your only option now is to perform dangerous challenges and explore the world for retirement tickets to qualify for free retirement care.
So with society wishing you dead, isn’t it finally time to live a little?

KEY FEATURES

  • BE OLD, BE BOLD
    You get to be an old person. Angry, fragile, poor and hating the world: the dream you didn’t know you had until now. Finally, you have found something in common with your grandparents.

  • BREAK A LEG… BREAK A NECK
    Discover the joys of being old and made of glass, anything can break you and you can break your everything. 

  • DON’T TRY THIS AT (RETIREMENT) HOME
    Complete dangerous challenges that you will never ever try at home and answer existential questions like: can you launch yourself from a catapult and land on someone? Or, can you survive losing your head, grabbing it and whacking someone with it?

  • ONE MISSION: RETIRE!
    Earn rewards by completing dangerous challenges, your goal? To qualify for a proper retirement home. That makes perfect sense. Word of advice: try and stay in one piece so you can enjoy it in the end…

  • SANDBOX MULTIPLAYER
    Play alone, or with up to 4 players in online multiplayer. Complete challenges together, or just cause mayhem and rip your friends’ limbs off!

  • BE OLD. TWICE
    You get to be an old person. So good we said it twice.

  • LIMITLESS INTERACTION
    Pick up and interact with a very wide variety of objects. Everything from giant trouts, trampolines, guns, electrical wiring, and fireworks, just to mention a few. Bazookas, axes, trombones, air horns and jetpacks to mention a few more. Yes they all can be used to hurt and maim.

  • EMBRACE YOUR INNER BOOMER
    Wreak havoc on the millennial and zoomer population (we forgot Generation X, just like everyone else). NPCs react differently depending on their age – some will laugh and clap at others getting hurt while others will run away in terror. 

  • THE GAME CAN BE AS CRAZY AS YOU
    The city is filled with detailed environments, loaded with secrets and hidden paths, that encourage detailed exploration and quirky experimentation to truly see it all.

  • OLD. PERSON.
    Okay that’s the last time we promise.

  • ONE MORE THING!
    Wait wait one last thing! Did we mention you can find a glue gun that lets you for example attach fireworks to a bike, and then ride the bike? Or that you can disrupt traffic and make a traffic jam and make cars explode? Or that you can attach wings to your arm and fly around? Or that you ca


Just Die Already launches Summer 2020 for Windows PC (via Steam).

Image: Steam

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Taking his first steps onto Route 1 and never stopping, Ryan has had a love of RPGs since a young age. Now he's learning to appreciate a wider pallet of genres and challenges.