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Mystery Zone Games’ yaoi game, Abducted, where a man finds himself on an alien spaceship to be studied, is now available on Itch.io.

In Abducted, you play as Gio Neila, a barista from Earth who wakes up on a spaceship. At first, Gio is contained in a prison cell-like room and is communicated to by a voice through a speaker. When his door malfunctions, he leaves the room and finds that he isn’t truly alone in the ship. Gio meets Kain, a human who was abducted and teams up with Gio in order to return to Earth, as well as Grey, an alien representative of the galactic government who abducted them both to research humanity. The only knowledge Grey had on humans prior to their capture was the internet, videos, and lots of porn.

Abducted is a game about a Gio (an unfortunate barista from earth) who wakes up on a research vessel, hovering in space .

He soon realises that he is not alone on this ship, but in fact, trapped with two strong personalities. Kain is a mysterious agent from Earth, who has been abducted alongside Gio and Grey is the alien who has abducted the two.

Gio now has to figure out who to trust and possibly fall in love with as he tries to make his way back to earth.

- Deep and immersive game world that deals with sex and aliens

- 6 separate ending for the demo

- Collectibles system to track and reward your decisions

- 2 unique and interesting romancable characters

- 62.000 word introduction to the world of abducted

You can buy Abducted on Itch.io for $10. There is also a demo available on the platform if you want to try the title out before making a decision.

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