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Founded in 2014 by cousins Sean Krankel and Adam Hines, Night School is an independent studio focused on the intersection of story and interactivity.
You might know the studio from the game OXENFREE.
The team of Telltale and Disney veterans are applying their extensive entertainment experience to create games filled with wonder, danger, and humor.
Afterparty is a great adventure game and is available on PS4, PC (coming to Steam on October 22nd), Xbox One (On Gamepass at the moment), and Nintendo Switch.
In Afterparty, you play as Milo and Lola, recently deceased best buds who suddenly find themselves staring down an eternity in Hell. But there’s a loophole: outdrink Satan and he’ll grant you re-entry to Earth.
Milo and Lola are now dead, thirsty, and roaming the streets of Nowhere, the outermost island of Hell. You will need to help out demons and people to progress through hell.
Milo and Lilo have no recollection of how they came to be in Hell.
After being assigned a Personal Demon, Sister Mary Wormhorn, they meet Sam, a psychopomp cab driver. Sam explains that while demons torture humans during work hours, both groups enjoy the nights drinking and partying together. The only way out of Hell is to outdrink and out-party Satan himself. After procuring an invite to Lucifer’s party, Milo and Lola eventually meet Satan himself, who demands they prove their abilities by obtaining seals of approval from his brothers and sisters, the Monarchs of Hell.
The game has multiple endings, depending on Milo and Lola’s performance in the drinking game.
It features a large array of doom cocktails that will give you extra conversation options as well, called Liquid Courage effects within the game.
Hell also has its own Social Media called Bicker, see what everyone is talking about, and scroll through your homepage via the menu.
You can sometimes get DMs from your friends that you can answer. Overall a feature that you will need to get stuff done in the game.
There are no accessibility settings to the game next to putting on the subtitles.
This might make some mini-games a bit harder to play for some people but will not have a huge effect on the main game.