Experience life through the eyes of seven-year-old Agatha, an insomniac who finds herself conflicted between friendship with the animals in her mother’s butcher shop and her unwavering love for eating meat. Embark on a satirical narrative point-and-click adventure as you go on an unpredictable journey through Agatha Knife’s quirky and hand-crafted world. Aiming to make the animals unafraid of their inevitable fate in the butcher shop where Agatha works, you’ll head into the whimsical Psychotic Universe looking for answers.
Upon her discovery of religion, Agatha quickly realizes it could be used as a valuable tool to win over the animals, quash their fears, and make them unafraid of death. Join Agatha as she undertakes the challenge of creating a new religion of her own, Carnivorism, and works to convince the animals that the sacrifice of their flesh is the secret to eternal happiness.
Taking place in the same world as Mango Protocol’s first title, MechaNika, Agatha Knife is riddled with dark humor, geek references, and challenging puzzles. Utilizing humor and wit to boldly explore controversial issues, players will find themselves immersed in Agatha’s struggles while experiencing the world through the eyes of a naive child.
Agatha Knife was released on April 27th this year. The game didn't get much visibility but so far it has been very well received by press and users, achieving a 98% of positive reviews on Steam. They have enjoyed the weird and fun story of the 7 yo butcher creating her own religion, the cute and colorful art style of this Psychotic Universe, and the lighthearted and catchy melodies of the original soundtrack.
Also, the game got some important recognition in different events:
Aaaand... to finish up the year it would be awesome winning the IndieDB's 2017 Indie of the Year Award, right? ;D
We use pop culture and geek references in Agatha Knife, including movies, music, anime and video games, as a narrative device (and because reasons).
We review the art pipeline we worked with during the development of our second Psychotic Adventure, Agatha Knife.
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