The Uncertain is a story-driven adventure game by ComonGames studio set in a post-apocalyptic world. Humankind has disappeared. Robots rule the Earth now. In The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day, we saw an inventor robot named RT join a small group of like-minded machines trying to help the few surviving humans. The protagonist of Light At The End is one of these survivors—a girl named Emily. Together with Emily, one of the outcasts, you will have to survive in a world ruled by robots, searching for clues about the human disappearance. Was it an AI gone rogue or something else altogether?
History of mankind has demonstrated multiple times that our true colors are shown in the face of a global catastrophe. This topic is also popular in movies and books, in which a variety of different settings is used, both real and fictional: world wars, meteorite impacts, zombie apocalypse, deadly virus and so on. In situations like these there is often a difficult moral choice to be made, where humanity’s essense is revealed. Particular interest is caused by uprising of the machines, possibility of which still worries people nowadays. Some think of it as just a fantasy. Others are truly afraid, that advancements in science will inevitably lead to artificial intelligence’s revolt. In our game we would like to depict our view on the subject.
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