Camera adventure

Inconsistency is a first-person point-and-click adventure game coming to mobile on June 30

Glitch Games has opened pre-registration registration for Inconsistency, the studio’s first-person point-and-click adventure game, allowing players to get the first dibs on the title when it launches on June 30. As the first installment in the Glitch Broken Dreams collection, the game takes players on a fragmented adventure as they delve into the mind of Jason Bethlam and uncover the truth.

In Inconsistency, you wake up to find yourself in a bright room with a bunch of puzzled objects. You have no memory of how you got to anywhere, and all you have is a camera you can use to photograph objects and solve puzzles along the way.

The game contains no intrusive ads or in-app purchases, and you can use the Glitch Camera to stay on top of the clues you’ve gathered while solving puzzles. There’s also a handy hint system in case you get stuck at some point, and a useful auto-save feature so you don’t have to lose your hard-earned progress every time you log out.

If you want to give it a try, Inconsistency will soon be available for download on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store for Android devices. It’s a premium title that costs $3.99 a pop or your local equivalent. You can also visit the official website for more information, join the community of subscribers on Twitter to stay up to date on all the latest developments, or watch the embedded clip above to get an idea of ​​the game’s visuals, mechanics, and gameplay.

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