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Explore an alien planet in the science fiction adventure, CODE: PANDORA, available now on Steam.

CODE: PANDORA was made by TownDarkTales, the developers of the Witch adventure series. The story takes place in the a distant galaxy in the dystopian Medusa nebula. The colonies throughout space have lost contact with the empire. The cause of this strange phenomena is a planet that has never been explored before, Pandora. Sergeant Dripley sets out on the starship Astra to complete her mission: setting up a beacon and sending information about the mysterious planet to the empire. Will you try to establish peaceful relations with the inhabitants of the planet through democracy, or follow the empire’s orders and ignore any consequences?

In CODE: PANDORA, you will be solving puzzles and riddles to achieve your goals. Explore the planet and get to know the inhabitants by helping them with tasks. If you don’t want to assist them at all, you can always do things the immoral, and easy, way. Some factions on this planet are at each other’s throats. Leaving you with a choice to either use the situation to your advantage, or help put an end to the conflict. Similar to TownDarkTales' other games, you decide if you want to help others or help yourself. How you deal with these debacles is up to you. The adult content is optional and depends on your choices. Adult scenes include BDSM, tentacles, monsters, blowjobs, group sex, masturbation and more.

CODE: PANDORA is available on sale from Steam for $8.09. After April 6th, the sale will end and the game will return to its original sales price of $8.99.

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