City of Newton, 2087. CEL agents Charlie Regis and Max Lao are investigating a serial Mindjacker who is tapping into the neural wiring of seemingly ordinary citizens, stealing their knowledge and leaving them dead. An agoraphobic net addict named Latha Sesame might be the next target. But when Charlie’s past comes back to haunt him, he and his partner find themselves on opposite sides of the law, with Latha’s fate in the crossfire.

The first three episodes in a planned eight-part series were released as freeware, but the game is now being updated as a single standalone commercial adventure.

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Posted by Dan123 on Apr 26, 2016

Get ready for a narrative rollercoaster

Well this story sure has its twists. It's great to see that the predictable path is not the one the heroes decide to walk on. There are some nice choices you can make along the way and they lead to a nice ending. Some puzzles are more difficult... Read the review »

Posted by Iznogood on Jun 4, 2015

Cyperpunk at its best

It is very "I Robot" (more the movie than the book though) and cyperpunk inspired, which is right up my ally :D In fact if someone had said that William Gibson was involved in this game, then I would have been inclined to believe them. It is a... Read the review »

Posted by Pegbiter on May 25, 2015

Downright marvelous

I instantly fell in love with the detailed science fiction world of Technobabylon. The progressive plot revealed just enough in each chapter to keep me guessing almost all the way to the closing credits. All endings I found were equally satisfying,... Read the review »

Game Information

Platform iPad, iPhone, Mac, PC, Linux
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Quest
Genre Science Fiction
Theme -
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation 2D or 2.5D
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download