Publisher Raw Fury has described Flat Eye as a “resource management sim with an emphasis on story and narrative choices,” which is not a combo you see daily. As proven in a brand new trailer from as we speak’s Guerrilla Collective showcase, the participant manages a technologically superior service station, protecting prospects completely satisfied and designing cures for his or her many illnesses… by analyzing, ahem, “whatever’s going down the drain.” 

That’s the sort of dry bathroom humor you possibly can count on from the game, which supplies it huge Theme Hospital vibes. It’s an absurd look into the chances offered by close to future know-how and the at all times adapting strategies of capitalist exploitation: The earlier trailer additionally featured organ merchandising machines, in addition to protestors who aren’t into all this “technological overreach.” 

“We know you’ll find solutions to problems you didn’t even know you had,” the in-game advertiser declares. “Flat Eye: We’re with you, or without you.”

According to the Steam web page, the story improvement is pushed by “premium customers” who’re drawn to your store by new modules you analysis and set up. Each brings a “new and eye-opening narrative for you to interact with and influence.”

Designing and working a gasoline station in Flat Eye seems like a poop-fueled nightmare, however probably a enjoyable one. It’ll be out in 2022, in line with the writer.