San Francisco, USA and Katowice, Poland, December 20, 2011 - Great news for fans of OnLive Game Service and post-apocalyptic games: Afterfall: InSanity is finally available on OnLive. "We received a lot of feedback from our fans who requested that Afterfall: InSanity be released on the on-demand video game platform. We proudly announce that our fans finally have an opportunity to play Afterfall: InSanity at OnLive" - said Lukasz Krolikowski, a Lead Programmer at Nicolas Games.
Onlive is a groundbreaking on-demand video game platform that became one of the most successful startups in the video gaming industry. OnLive's technology allows video games to be hosted on servers, with all the games features and without the lag associated with a poor graphics card or slow computer. It's a great solution for those gamers, whose computer's doesn't meet the game's requirements. "From now on the video game players have an opportunity to play Afterfall: InSanity wherever they want. Hardware independence and possibility of watching other user's game play convinced us to publish our game on OnLive" - explained Krolikowski.
OnLive and Nicolas Games prepared a second surprise for their fans. OnLive has a 30-minute free demo of Afterfall: InSanity, allowing gamers to play as much of the game as they can for 30 minutes, via the OnLive service.
Afterfall: InSanity is a post-apocalyptic horror-shooter. Its protagonist, Albert Tokaj, is a psychiatrist and a member of a medical team that takes care of the mental and physical well-being of citizens living in the shelter. He specializes in a mental disorder that's affecting the citizens of the shelter, caused by being locked-up for too long. After Albert recognizes that he is not free of its symptoms, he will have to face the dangers lurking in the darkness of the shelter and in his own mind as he battles with his own weaknesses and fears.