Monokrome is a first-person 3D puzzler, submerged in a voice-acted story of serendipitous survival where the player uses coloured energy to infuse Monokrome metal with varying properties.
Unearth the secrets surrounding the drone uprising. Revisit the Monokrome mining facility from the year 2380 A.D and delve into the events that lead up to the drones' rebellion. Take on the role of the last human alive in the facility and use the aptly named 'glove' to manipulate energy and overcome any obstacles the drones set in your way, from breaking unbreakable glass to walking on walls!
Posted By Chris Priestman 10/29/2013
Off the bat, it’s easy to see what type of game Monokrome is supposed to be. First person perspective, a strange gadget ‘glove’ in the right hand of the player’s character, some white walls, experiments, things gone wrong, blood, explosions. We’re no stranger to this set-up. In yet another scientific facility gone wrong scenario, we play the part of a new test subject (no surprises there) and are guided to our work station by a charming flying drone.