Play as ordinary people struggling for food, safety, freedom, and a chance at peace.
Explore an ancient Indian city and use conversation, violence or both to achieve your goals.
Unrest is an RPG/Adventure game that adapts to death, failure, and the choices you make.
It’s an RPG that takes place in ancient India…that’s not a place I’ve ever visited in a game. – Kotaku
IGN interviewed our lead developer about Unrest.
…things that stick out to me: Unrest’s seemingly rather complex and realistic reputation system, and the fact that the story will continue even if one of the central characters dies. – PC Gamer
An actual role playing game, with the playing of roles and such…I’m excited. – Shamus Young
Q. When you said “Unrest adapts to death”, did you mean my death or the player character’s death?
A. Unrest adapts to both scenarios. If you’re reading this from the afterlife, we need more testers like you! Email us.
Q. Is Unrest a documentary, or otherwise historically accurate? I enjoy reading legal disclaimers, by the way.
A. Unrest is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual names, events, locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
Q. Does Unrest have a painterly art style, mod support, iron man mode and a narrative that continues if the player dies?
A. Yes, the game has all of these things! Funny you asked, actually.
Q. Were you guys funded by Kickstarter? What’s the release date?
A. Yep. The official release date is when it’s ready™ – unofficially, the plan is to launch sometime in May 2014.
Q. I thought this was a serious game. Why are you joking around in your FAQ section?
A. Unrest deals with serious subject matter, but it also has small bits of humor – life would be dull otherwise!