Mon. Jan 18th, 2021

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‘Alt-Frequencies’ is now available on Nintendo Switch

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PID Publishing and Accidental Queens announce today the release of the acclaimed audio mystery game Alt-Frequencies on Nintendo Switch, with an exclusive bundle.

What if people could vote to confine their country in a time-loop? What if the outcome of this election was actually irrelevant…? In Alt-Frequencies, Use the airwaves to open the world’s eyes to the truth. Record, rewind time and broadcast snippets of radio shows to expose radio hosts, conspiracy theorists, politicians, underground activists – and a dog.

By redistributing information, you change what happens in the next 3 minute time loop and impact both news cycles and the lives of the people behind them.

Listen as their personal stories evolve, in a world that seems to stand still.

Alt-Frequencies is built with accessibility features, that make the game available to a wide range of people – including blind and visually impaired players.

The exclusive bundle Accidental Queens Collection releases at the same time on Nintendo Switch and contains:

  • Alt Frequencies
  • A Normal Lost Phone
  • Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story

In A Normal Lost Phone, explore the intimacy of an unknown person whose phone was found by the player. Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story is its sequel, where the player investigates the social life of a young woman.

Key Features:

  • new kind of narrative game that blurs the lines between the fantastical and the everyday while examining our relationship with mainstream media through the prism of radio stations.
  • Built-in accessibility features that make the game available to a wide range of people – including blind and visually impaired players.
  • Brought to life by a diverse cast of 20+ amazing voice performers, including TV, podcasts and YouTube personalities such as Jasika Nicole (Fringe, Welcome to Night) Vale & Mike Rugnetta (Reasonably Sound, CrashCourse).
  • By the studio behind the critically acclaimed A Normal Lost Phone and Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story.

 

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