VirtuaVerse is a complex old-fashioned point-and-click

VirtuaVerse is a complex, old-fashioned point-and-click adventure set in the not-too-distant future, featuring technomaniacs, AVR graffiti artists, hacker groups, crypto-human tribes, digital archaeology, epic cyberwarfare, and depraved virtual reality. After accidentally breaking his headset, Nathan becomes unreachable and decides to find out what happened to Jay, but quickly finds himself involved in an unexpected journey involving Jay’s hacker group and the AVR technomancer guild. Society has moved to an ever-integrated reality, connected to a unique neural network that constantly optimizes people’s experience by processing their personal data. He shares an apartment in the city with his friend Jay, a talented AVR graffiti artist whose drones spray-paint techno-paint on the city’s augmented space. Nathan, an outsider who still refuses to adapt to the new system, makes a living smuggling modified equipment and illegal software. Waking up one morning, Nathan discovers that Jay has disappeared during the night, but not without leaving a cryptic message on the bathroom mirror. Thanks to his special headphones, he is one of the few who can still turn off the AVR and see reality for what it is. If you follow the link and buy anything, Microsoft might get a commission. “In the not-so-distant future, artificial intelligence has defeated all other AIs and their governments.