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Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Available Now

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Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Available Now

Steel Crate Games is proud to announce that the cooperative bomb-defusing game Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is now available for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

In Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, one player is trapped in a room with a ticking time bomb they must defuse. The other players are the “Experts” who must give the instructions to defuse the bomb by deciphering the information found in the Bomb Defusal Manual. But there’s a catch: the Experts can’t see the bomb, so everyone will need to talk it out – fast!

Check this trailer down below:

“Puzzle solving and communication skills – and maybe a few friendships – will be put to the test as players race to defuse bombs while communicating quickly, clearly, and effectively.

Key Features:

Challenging puzzles – Test the limits of your communication skills… and friendships?
A different bomb every time – Procedurally generated puzzles keep the action fresh.
Local co-op party game – Bomb defusing is a team endeavor. Going solo is not an option!
Only one copy of the game needed – If you can talk to your friends, you can play!

Steel Crate Games is an Ottawa-based independent games studio responsible for bringing Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes to the world. Not responsible for any relationship problems uncovered during gameplay.

In 2014, three Ottawa-based developers, Ben, Allen, and Brian, entered the Global Game Jam where the theme was “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” At a loss for how to interpret this, they made a game where one player in virtual reality had to defuse a bomb with the help of their friends reading from a paper manual. It had no story, no characters, and required both a VR headset and a printer. Despite this, the idea proved hilarious and “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes” was born.”

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