The Uncertain Comes To SHIELD Android TV First

Imagine that you have to make a moral choice in a world with no such term as morality. Only logic rules this world. Every decision made here is a set of zeros and ones, and sometimes it has nothing to do with common sense. Most concepts take a whole new meaning in this world, and some get completely abolished. But a reasonable being always has a choice, even if it’s not human.

From developers Commons Games comes The Uncertain and the game will be episodic, so for episode 1 entitled “The Last Quiet Day” is a classic 3D Adventure in a Sci-Fi post-apocalyptic setting. Get ready to see your common world with digital eyes. In the 1st episode you see it from the perspective of an engineering robot, who seems to be very curious about the human race, long extinct in wasting wars. Experience the mysterious vibe of each of carefully explored locations. Test your skills, solving diverse puzzles. Make fateful decisions and discuss intriguing matters to find out the whole truth being kept from you.

Sounds like a really interesting game right? I think so, going into a game know just the bare minimum is just exciting because it allows you to immerse yourself into the experience more than A game that’s been spoiled or you’ve hyped up too much and saw everything  there was to see. The Uncertain is set to come to SHIELD Android TV devices today Thursday, September 22 on-sale for $11.99 (reg. price $14.99). The game will also be available on PC (Steam) on the 23rd, with console and mobile platforms (Android, iOS) coming at a later date. Expect some game play videos from us very soon on our Youtube or Twitch Channels.

Anthony Garera

Anthony is a 4th year student attending Western Carolina University studying Computer Information Systems with a passion for technology and being an early adopter, also an Android Enthusiast. Devices - Nexus 6P, Huawei Watch, Nexus 7(2013), 13' Retina Macbook Pro, NVIDIA SHIELD TV, Google ADT-1, and Nexus Player.

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