Factsheet

Developer:
Cybergnose Café
Based in France

Release date:
TBA

Platforms:
PC / Linux / Mac / TBA

Website:
https://cybergnose-cafe.itch.io/artl

Regular Price:

Free

Description

A Ride To Love is a ren'ai (romance) visual novel inspired by the Death Grips band in which you interact with characters inspired by the band's members. You play as a young student in their first week at a new high school. In this new place you will meet Zach, Stefan, Andy and more, new friends (and foes?), all with their own strong personality. As you get closer to Stefan, tension arises.

History

A Ride To Love was first meant to be Cybergnose Café's first video game project, to be developed and published in the summer of 2017. Inspired by the Death Grips meme phenomenon and particularly a visual novel mockup slide, the project was supposed to be a very short experience. But as the want to deliver a better experience grew the collective postponed the project to take the necessary time to create more than a goofy meme game. Lucas Vially started writing the game in November 2017, finishing it by the end of the year. The production kept going during 2018 with Vincent Vially on production, code and art, and Lucas composing some of the music. All that at a slow pace because of school, work, side projects and you know, life. As of today there's still a lot to be done before the final game is ready to be published, but the first of five chapters is now available.

Features

  • Interactive story featuring characters inspired by the Death Grips band.
  • Frequent choices leading to alternative scenes.
  • Multiple endings depending on the player's choices.

Videos

Announcement Trailer YouTube


Images

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About Cybergnose Café

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Cybergnose Café is an art collective creating games, films and experiments since 2017. From jam iterations to more polished products the collective's members strive to produce and share the medias they want to make and the things they wish already existed.

More information
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