Date productivity applications in a retro, hand-drawn dating simulator set in a fictional operating system that definitely doesn't have a horrible secret.
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Mar 15, 1999

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“PSweet is simultaneously cyberpunk-y and obsolete, reminiscent of dialup-era noises, floppy disks, and the awful turquoise-neon pink color combination. There’s an almost terrifying quality to the vaporwave graphics, a reminder that the same anxieties surrounding evil AI and the all-expansive power of Big Tech have and will likely continue to exist forever... What is truly remarkable about Future Proof’s work is that the PSweet game is just a piece in a bigger transmedia puzzle. All of Future Proof’s performances, media, and other works (spanning podcasts, museum tours, and Twitter bot chains) exist in the same universe, which orbits LUX, a corporate giant willing to go to any lengths to convince you to consume their products—or in this case, attend their film screening. Legacy objects, characters, and histories exist across their projects, as they are recycled and reshaped into new storylines—surrounding you with content in a way that feels quite literally immersive.”
WIRED Magazine

About This Game

In the late 20th Century, LUX Entertainment Corporation mysteriously failed to launch what would be the ultimate video game productivity experience.

Now, over twenty years later, PSweet has finally been released…

Welcome to PVillage - a town in cyberspace, and home of the PontiSuite set of productivity applications. Experience a hand-drawn, computer-pixelated world of retro 90s weirdness. Meet, mingle, battle, use your knowledge of fine brandy, and more to aid your quest to unlock the secrets of the programs of PontiSuite.

And now, for the first time EVER, Luxury Universal [e]Xperience has introduced Verified Authorization Code (VAC) functionality to ensure the security, stability, and forthrightness of all LUX proprietary programs released on the Steam Platform! PSweet with VAC: Ensuring quality since ÄJæΦ465—- PLEASE REPLY WHEN PLEASE REPLY WHEN PLEASE REPLY WHEN


  • 6 different characters with over 70,000 words of lovingly-written dialogue
  • Original, hand-drawn art, pixelated for a juicy, crunchy, mid-90s look
  • Fully-Operational Original Soundtrack in blazing 16-bit MIDI
  • Nightvision, detective, magnify, and hero modes, along with many more helpful features to assist your adventures throughout PVillage. Collect them all!
  • Your own virtual assistant, A1 the spreadsheet cell
  • A wide, deep lore that you probably weren't prepared for in any meaningful way

Ok but really,

PSweet is a visual novel done in the style of 90s shovelware promotional material for a fictional operating system. It's a part of the wider Future Proof universe, which we've been producing online, and at live events in NYC since 2017.

System Requirements

    • OS: OS: Windows XP with SP2 or later; Windows 7 with SP1 or later; Windows 8
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 or DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 926 MB available space
    • OS: LUXos 14.0.7
    • Processor: FoamCo Global Model 80880
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Final Studio XIII
    • Additional Notes: PSweet runs best on the Rubicon Cabinet Computing System
    • OS: 10.10+
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo (64 bit only)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0
    • Storage: 926 MB available space
    • OS: NeXTSTEP
    • Processor: Motorola 68040
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NeXTstation Color 12-bit, 4-bit alpha
    • Storage: 4 GB available space

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