Well, first of all I'm a big fan of sci-fi, right from the childhood. The books of Ray Bradbury, Robert Sheckley, Henry Kuttner, Robert Heilein were my favourite. Then I discovered Stanislav Lem, cyberpunk, movies of David Cronenberg (Videodrom, eXistenZ, Naked Lunch). And now I like biopunk very much – it's science fiction subgenre about biotechnologies in the future. I've tried to find some biopunk game, but found very little – Darkseed, Vangers. So two years ago I decided to make my own biopunk game – a classic point'n'click adventure.
I've called it "Exit: A Biodelic Adventure". It is set in a surreal biotech world where computers can be fed and cured, spores of mutant insects revive memory, gene-locks are opened with DNA-passwords, household objects are born in animal bio-factories, gene-modified molds generate a virtual reality, and the artificial neural net epidemic is ravaging the human race and turning people into slaves of the mysterious Worm.
Graphics is pretty raw, it's created by the students of the art colledge, but we're improving it.
If you like it, could you please support the game on Greenlight: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=874412440