Indie publisher Wadjet Eye Games has announced that their techno-thriller point-and-click adventure Resonance will be arriving in retail and digital distribution on the 19th June, marking the end of a five year development cycle.
Resonance is a traditional 2D pixel-art graphics and point-and-click game, but features "unique long-term and short-term memory systems," where each of the four playable characters "collect memories" to solve puzzles or use in conversations.
The story revolves around a particle physicist dying mysteriously, while his his dangerous new technology becomes susceptible to falling into the hands of unfriendly powers. Four ordinary persons must work together and against the clock in a search for the physicist's secret vault.
Resonance, which was developed by independent developer Vince Twelve, can be preordered now directly from the official, and is also available from GOG.com.