Try a Demo for Encodya, a Point-and-click Adventure about a Girl and Her Robot

Robot Will Protect You
Written by Faiza Iftikhar

Encodya is a point-and-click experience about a youthful orphan named Tina and her guardian robot Sam-53, who live in a wet, grey near-future world that looks somewhat like the dystopian Los Angeles of Blade Runner. It’s being created by Nicola Piovesan and Chaosmonger Studio, and while the release is as yet far off—Piovesan presently anticipates that it to be prepared sometime in the second half of 2020—a demo is accessible at the present time, and it’s actually quite good.

Robot Will Protect You

Playing is extremely straightforward: Click on a location to move (double-click to run), or click on an item to raise up a context-based menu that will empower you to analyze an object, talk to it, pick it up, or use it. There’s a tad of randomization to keep things hopping, and “huge amounts of Easter eggs and hidden secrets to find.”

The demo really happens the night before the full Encodya adventure starts, as Tina attempts to make her way back to her shelter. It appears to be very preliminary, similar to a pre-game tutorial—the script makes various “jokes” about being caught in a video game, for example, and the whole plot is actually about coming up with bus fare.

Yet it additionally happens to be very good: The dialog is senseless in spots and it’s clearly not going to reform the point-and-click genre, yet the interface is perfect and simple and the artwork is gorgeous. If the developers can back it up with great dialog and a decent story, Encodya could demonstrate to be a very impressive point-and-click experience.

Encodya actually rose up out of a successful 2018 Kickstarter for an animated short film called Robot Will Protect You, which emerged from Piovesan’s 2017 project (likewise successful on Kickstarter) called Attack of the Cyber Octopuses. The Robot Will Protect You battle promised a video game as a stretch objective; the goal was achieved, and so here we are.

To access the Encodya demo, you’ll have to sign up for the newsletter, which you can do here. A dedicated website isn’t accessible yet, however, you can discover progressively about the game on Facebook. Some detail about Robot will protect you is given below……..


In a world where cyberspace has made emotions old, is there any use for real love?

Robot Will Protect You is a visually staggering animated short, with heartwarming characters and a humorous, emotional script akin to Hayao Miyazaki’s films.


It’s a spin-off of Nicola Piovesan’s “Assault of the Cyber Octopuses”, an award-winning short film made by the similar creator and financed through Kickstarter (where it got 133% of its beginning objective!), totally made with practical impacts in truly 80s sci-fi style.

Set in the equivalent dystopian world of dark and rainy Neo Berlin, Robot Will Protect You takes place 17 years sooner and pursues the adventures of a 9-year-old Tina (the same badass Tina of Attack of the Cyber Octopuses) and her enormous clumsy robot, SAM-53. Here’s a teaser:


The story is set in the year 2062: Cyberspace has turned out to be indistinguishable from reality and people can now be able to get total emotional satisfaction online, without having to interact with different humans. Many end up dependent on the cyberspace, progressively isolated from the real world. To keep up the population, the government encourages people to reproduce by offering the motivating force of a free robot to help with the children. One rainy night in futuristic Neo Berlin, nine-year-old Tina and her guardian robot, SAM-53, set off on a mission that asks: if cyberspace has made romantic love out of date, do we still need love in the real world?


The animation style is ‘toon cyberpunk’ – built-in 3D CGI but rendered with the vibe of hand-drawn cartoons to accomplish a mix between Disney classics and Japanese anime.


This strategy takes into account stunning camera movements and expands animation while keeping the warmth of classic cartoons.


There are a lot of cool rewards for our sponsor: from files bundles including the original script and storyboard to digital copies of the movie. yet additionally big posters, framed artworks, tote bags, t-shirts, and blurays, just as numerous different combos and personalized perks like the opportunity to be an animated character in the movie!



Not to mention IMDb credits and new special perks that will be declared through the course of the campaign.

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