Narrative-driven adventure game 80 Days is coming to PC and Mac with some new additions later this month.

The game, which lets you make the 80-day trek around the world with author Jules Verne’s character Phileas Fogg, was rebuilt in the Unity engine and now includes more cities, more words, and two more plot lines for its new release since its iOS and Android versions.

It’s due out on September 29 via Steam, GoG, and Humble for $9.99.

The port was created by both Inkle, the developer of 80 Days, and new Cambridge-based studio Cape Guy.

80 Days was nominated by BAFTA for Best British Game, Best Story, Best Mobile Game, and Game Innovation earlier this year.

Source: Inkle

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