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DireBoarGames

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Reality Incognita is a first person adventure game, done in a style of old adventure games: with static screens and basic animation, it has both horror and comedy elements, full voiceover, and many comic style cutscenes.

THIS IN AN EARLY ACCESS VERSION WITH LIMITED CONTENT:
CURRENTLY GAME HAS 3 STORY ARCS, ON 14 GAME SCREENS.

THOSE WHO BUY EARLY ACCESS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR FULL VERSION WITH NO ADDITIONAL COST
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Peri Res has woken up unexpectedly in a place that resembles anything but her daily routine. Upon closer inspection she discovers it’s an eerie space vessel bound for the unknown. Finding out why her current predicament is happening sets out to be our protagonist primary goal. The quest to determine and discover forthcoming events is unfortunately riddled with suspense and many dangers wait. To make matters worse the ship is constantly being sabotaged and her efforts are proving ever more difficult. Time is not on her side as she races to find out why she has been brought to this strange and vast spacefaring vessel.

Our story will dabble in humor at times, with many twists and turns that are sure to keep even the most demanding adventures satisfied. Be prepared for a thrilling experience that is sure to keep you guessing with an engaging narrative and tons of surprises. You are going to be on the edge of your seat from start to finish.




https://direboargames.itch.io/reality-incognita-alpha

Thank you for your reply, and also for a warning not to use external copy protection. I guess I'll risk releasing my game for now (early access), and will think when it's time to release full version.

Hello,

I am considering to place my game on itch.io, but wondering about one thing. Is there any kind of protection for games here? For example, Steam uses key system. What about here? Is there anything preventing from buyers from just copying the game? Is it usual for local sellers to buy copy protection from somewhere else?


Thank you in advance,

Evgenie