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Game Information

Available on:PCApr 18, 2019

Developer: Wooden Monkeys

Publisher: BigGame

Genres: Simulation, Adventure

Save Koch is a strategic simulation game all about a mafia godfather under threat. Unknown forces are working overtime to get you out of the picture and there’s a sneaky mole within your entourage, who’s helping bring you and your empire to the knees! Gather your loyal soldiers and do whatever you have to to stay in charge—hire detectives, torture witnesses, study the clues—do everything you need to figure out who is behind this attack and find the traitor in six days.. But remember that all your actions or inactions could have unexpected consequences—and every new gameplay can bring new surprises. An error can cost someone’s life. Just pray that it’s not yours! FEATURES: Unique sci-fi noire genre High tension: complete your investigation in just six days in an atmosphere of stress, panic and suspicion. Live with the consequences: once you make your decisions, there’s no going back and each decision can impact the outcome Roguelike elements: new gameplay could turn yesterday’s enemy into today’s best friend, and a well-known situation could play out completely differently Thieves, detectives, thugs: select your crew and use their various skills to your advantage Entertaining thriller: immerse yourself in a futuristic atmosphere of cyberpunk, noire and black humor. Keep safe and stay on top!
Save Koch | Official Launch Trailer | Wooden Monkeys thumbnail

Save Koch | Official Launch Trailer | Wooden Monkeys

Save Koch | Announcement Teaser | Wooden Monkeys thumbnail

Save Koch | Announcement Teaser | Wooden Monkeys

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Reviews

If the idea of a game that lets you poke around and learn everything on your own, you’ll have some fun with Save Koch‘s wacky, hectic world. There’s a lot to like if you have the patience to figure it out. But if you prefer your sim games with clear instructions, then you’d better pass on this one.

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