Fictiorama Studios and Joystick Ventures launched Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099, a captivating sequel to the critically acclaimed indie game, offering players a digital voyeur simulator set in a futuristic world of corporate-sponsored planets.
Fictiorama Studios and Joystick Ventures have launched Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099, a digital voyeur simulator set in a futuristic world, serving as a sequel to the critically acclaimed 2018's Do Not Feed the Monkeys.
Drawing inspiration from a real website showcasing unsecured surveillance cameras, Do Not Feed The Monkeys 2099 expands upon the concept introduced in the original game. With a fresh storyline that appeals to newcomers, the game seamlessly builds upon the well-crafted lore established by the original developer.
Set in the year 2099, the game unfolds within a world where remarkable technological progress, driven by alien knowledge, has resulted in corporations sponsoring entire planets, while Earth has transformed into a barren wasteland. In response, humanity has spread across the galaxy, adapting to a coexistence alongside robots and alien lifeforms.
In the game, players are tasked with discreetly observing unfamiliar individuals via security cameras. Using the MonkeyVision application, they will gain the ability to oversee hidden cameras, closely monitor people's activities, make observations, and conduct internet searches to gather additional information on each subject. Players also may have the opportunity to establish a connection with these subjects and potentially engage with them.
Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099 is currently available digitally for PC users via Steam. Additionally, it is scheduled for release on Nintendo Switch in the third quarter of 2023.
If you wish to know how Fictiorama Studios was working on the game, check out our interview with the studio's co-founder Luis Oliván.