KOMRAD, the Soviet thriller that was released at the price of $2.99, is now on sale for free! Hurry up and get it because this offer is for a limited time. We all know that the Soviet Union has collapsed long time ago. However, in 1985 the Soviets shut down a super secret experimental project called KOMRAD. With the chaos going on at the time, they forgot to turn off the computer. The scary thing is that KOMRAD is not an ordinary computer but an artificial intelligence that thinks that the Cold War is still going on.
KOMRAD was developed by Sentient Play and written by Brad Becker, former Chief Design Officer of IBM’s Watson. Watson is an artificial intelligence designed by the prestigious technology company IBM. The story should be very intriguing since the writer is actually someone that knows a thing or two about artificial intelligence and what it can be capable of.
The game follows the Lifeline roadmap of text-based interactive fiction. This new genre has attracted a great deal of players that enjoy the personal experience offered. You start the game with a Messenger window popping up and an anonymous contact telling you that you may have been compromised. We truly thought that we were hacked in real-life until we realized the game was running. Good Game Sentient Play! You can watch the teaser trailer for this game below.