Spinnortality

Grow your megacorp. Influence media. Warp culture. Start riots. Spread fake news. Topple governments. Become immortal.  

Available on Steam and itch.io now!

A cyberpunk business sim where power and wealth are the first steps to immortality. 

 

“It’s a delicious premise and executed well […] It’s weirdly intoxicating, and I love how being evil is intrinsically linked to the game’s systems.”
PC Gamer

 

“I urge you to wishlist and buy it. One-person dev team, labour of love project, tiny budget, really compelling game.
Alexis Kennedy, creator of Fallen London, Sunless Sea and Cultist Simulator

 

The game was funded by a successful Kickstarter and a grant from the Austrian government.

 

 

Rig elections, assassinate politicians and launch military coups!

 

Achieve immortality by growing new bodies from scratch, then transferring your mind!

 

Research awful products, then market them so they’re irresistible!

 

Meet, obey and even blackmail the board of directors!

 

Research technologies such as Autoshopper, Metafriendship and Sentient Profile!

 

Monetise the final frontier: transform the moon into an advertising billboard, independent nation or devastating offensive laser!

 

Pursue insidious agendas and dominate the globe!

 

 

Game design by James Patton. Music by Anthony Kroytor.

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Automation Update: I Wasn’t Kidding About The Name

Spinnortality’s free update is drawing closer than a corrupt CEO to a poorly secured pension fund. So what else can you expect? The base game had a fairly compelling gameplay loop: research product, research slogans, click around trying to use those slogans to market in different nations. That’s fine for the first hour or two. … Continue reading Automation Update: I Wasn’t Kidding About The Name

You can test upcoming “Automation” update on itch.io, if Steam isn’t your thing

Hi again everyone, Just a quick one: Spinnortality‘s getting a free update soonish, and I’m looking for testers. If you’ve already got the game on Steam you can opt in to the testing beta; instructions are here. But what if you don’t like Steam, or if you just bought the itch.io version? Fear not: the beta … Continue reading You can test upcoming “Automation” update on itch.io, if Steam isn’t your thing

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