The Unintended Consequences of Curiosity Available on Steam!

HELSINKI - MARCH 22, 2019 - The Unintended Consequences of Curiosity hits Steam today.

Aikio wanted to find a game that he could play with his spouse. So he made this. It’s a very simple adventure that can be played alone or with friends. It supports up to four players on a single screen. Price of the game is $7.99 but is now available with a small release discount.

The Unintended Consequences of Curiosity happens when some small town children accidentally break a magical snow globe that was used to keep the winter away. Their hometown becomes fully frozen, and they must now find a solution to bring back their beloved village.

Unintended can be played alone, or with up to four people. The adventure takes the players through various environments and situations that mostly involve environmental puzzles and clever usage of magical items obtainable along the way.

The Unintended Consequences of Curiosity retails at $7.99 and can be found on Steam.

Game features:
  • A vast single player adventure
  • Up to four players with single-screen local co-op
  • Tons of charming puzzles with interesting mechanics
  • Original soundtrack with over 20 compositions
  • Highly tailored boss encounters

More information about the game can be found on the Official Site.

About Aikio

Aikio is an independent solo game developer from Helsinki, Finland. He decided to create The Unintended consequences of curiosity after trying to find a good game to play with his spouse from STEAM, but could not find anything that is simple enough for non-gamer and still interesting enough for a more experienced gamer. So why not create one by himself.

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Article by Susan N.



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