"Dead Synchronicity" tells the story of Michael, who wakes up after having been in a coma for an undetermined amount of time. He suffers from amnesia, so he can't remember "the Great Wave", a chain of catastrophes (earthquakes, tsunamis...) that left the World without power sources or communications. People who lost their homes were moved to "Refugee Camps", but the army has violently taken control of these camps, so in fact they have turned into "Concentration Camps".
Simultaneously, an illness has been massively spreading all around the world. This illness turns people into the so-called "dissolved"'s: sick people who have special cognition abilities (they know things about the future and the past) but who die in a horrible way, literally "dissolved" into blood.
People think there is a link between "the Great Wave" and the "dissolved" illness, but they have no information about it.
Michael wakes up in one of these Camps and has two primary goals: firstly, to get his identity back; secondly, to find out what's happening with the pandemic and "the Great Wave", so that he can stop the World from reaching the "dead synchronicity" point, when Time (past, present and future) will dissolve itself.
This is the stunning plot of “Dead Synchronicity,” the new graphic adventure from Fictiorama Studios. “Dead Synchronicity” takes the classic mechanics of traditional 2D point-and-click adventures with third person narration and remodels them adding "dynamic close-up dialogues" (uninterrupted close-up zooms in interactive dialogue scenes) or “DS-backgrounds” (dynamic backgrounds that undergo the effects of distorted time).
“Dead Synchronicity” will be released in two installments. The first, “Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today”.
“Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today” will be available for PC, Mac and tablets in 2014.
Fictiorama Studios is formed by 3 brothers (Mario, Alberto, and Luis Olivan) united by their devotion to graphic adventures. In addition, two of the Olivan brothers are members of the alternative rock band Kovalski, which will be composing the soundtrack for both parts of “Dead Synchronicity”