Interactive Multimedia Art Experience, Isolationist Nightclub Simulator is Now Available on Steam for Mac and PC

by Chris Camilleri
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Create the perfect solitary night out without leaving your room with Isolationist Nightclub Simulator, a relaxing sandbox-meets-multimedia art experience from composer and sound designer, Edwin Montgomery, now available for $5 on Steam with a 10% discount launch sale. 

Create your own music (no prior skill required!) using in-game instruments, including a synth keyboard, drum machine, bass loops and arpeggiator, or occupy yourself with an assortment of mini-games in your club’s Arcade. Feel like just relaxing instead? Explore a series of serpentine spaces, such as an art gallery, a forest-scale garden and a number of Chill Out rooms where you can sit back with a virtual drink and relax with soothing music – perhaps of your own making. You can also leave notes for other players with the in-game messaging system, which randomly populates items such as drink coasters and toilet wall graffiti with your messages. 

“As a composer and sound designer, I have a deep love for full sensory art and wanted to create a virtual space where you can interact, create, play and just enjoy a little break,” said Edwin Montgomery. “It’s sort of a full-sensory labyrinth that I think players will find intriguing, soothing and engaging, while allowing for customization and creativity if that’s what you are looking for.”

Isolationist Nightclub Simulator is supported by Creative Victoria’s COVID-19 Sustaining Creative Workers grant and is designed to provide a relaxingly creative experience that offers a little something for everyone, no matter what mood you are in. Isolationist Nightclub Simulator is now available for the price of $4.99/£3.99

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