The informed minority Vs. the uninformed majority: а turn-based tactical multiplayer in a retro sci-fi setting with randomly assigned roles and Mafia/Werewolf party game features. Check the full description for more details!
Recent Reviews:
Mixed (18) - 66% of the 18 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
All Reviews:
Very Positive (155) - 88% of the 155 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Sep 27, 2018

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October 26

Happy Halloween

Dear friends,

Halloween Party didn’t spare Intergalactic Albatross liner. We are happy to announce a small content update. Few words about it:

1) Monsters guise! Now you could change Varanus clothes. For example, change it to the holiday costume or to a guise of an old Varanus General.
2) Halloween contraptions! Avatars, sprays, frames – everything that could be useful during the holiday! Also, each player that launches a game during the next few weeks will get a special present!
3) Parties at the Docking Albatros Terminal! Free and public skin for a location.
4) Several new guises for the passengers and for the crew.
5) New technical improvements – game becomes more and more qualitative and stable.
6) Added French following your requests!

Wishing you an eerie, spooky, hair-raising, spell-binding Halloween!

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October 19


Hello everyone!

Today we released a new update and we can’t wait to tell you all the details.

Most importantly, we’ve made it as simple as possible for players to form groups. It is now possible in the post-match screen to form a group with all other players at once, as well as only with those whose playstyle you like.

More details:
- The “Suggest forming a group” button has been added to the post-match screen. Once any player clicks this button, a group invitation is sent to the other players.
- You can also add a selected player to a group or to your Steam friends list. Just click their portrait on any in-game screen where you can see their avatar (the pause screen, the post-match screen, the main menu…).
- It’s now also possible to commend players for their in-game actions and behavior. Players who receive enough commendations over the last few days will have a special emblem in their avatar.
- We have changed the appearance of group invitations to make them less intrusive.

Some smaller, but still positive, changes:
- We’ve fixed some issues with unreadably small fonts and visual elements. The number of notes and jokes about this on our Discord server was a source of shame for us, so correcting this was a matter of honor.
- Bot behavior has been improved. A lot of changes have been made, but it wouldn’t be sporting in terms of AI to speak about them all in detail. In short – they’ll be making much fewer thoughtless and fatal mistakes, and will pose a much greater challenge to players.
- The issue has been fixed where (under specific, very strange and mysterious circumstances) the use of ultra-abilities uses up more Morale than it should.
- The graffiti feature has been tweaked. Sprays now stay on the map longer, but players can only spray one. Leave your mark in-game! Infected a terrified civilian around a corner somewhere? Show your smarts and cunning by leaving a picture beside them!
- We fixed and added 32 other minor things that don’t need their own explanations in this announcement, but are nevertheless designed to make the gaming experience more comfortable (for example, any changes to your Steam name will now be reflected in-game). You’re the ones who made these changes possible – we read every single one of your messages and do everything we can to address and implement everything (or almost everything) you suggest.
- We’ve fixed 14 minor technical bugs. These changes have been made to improve the quality of the game and minimize the number of situations where “something’s gone wrong”.

We hope you’ll be pleased with this update. The next one will come along very soon. We’re working on a few surprises for you.

Thank you all!

The Cheerdealers Team

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“I am Not a Monster feels a lot like XCOM with a pulp 50s B-movie style, albeit with each player only controlling a single unit and within briskly timed turns.”
Rock Paper Shotgun

“: "游戏的玩法和狼人杀较为相似,不过更加灵活开放,每个玩家可以自行判断谁是蜥蜴人并消灭,蜥蜴人也可以选择伪装成负责营救的玩家来混淆视听引发内乱,或是卸下伪装感染中立平民增加蜥蜴人登场人数走向胜利。"”


About This Game

Each session features a group of up to six players, where every player is randomly assigned the role of civilian or monster, with a max. of two monsters.

  • Elaborate a team strategy, but don’t trust your teammates.
  • Suspect everyone and question players’ every move as you narrow down the list of possible shapeshifters.
  • Save as many passengers and kill as many monsters as you can.
  • But watch out: once infected by a monster, you have just a few moves to heal, otherwise you’ll become a monster yourself.
  • Make the most of the loot from boxes around the starship: a combination of two weapons will give you a unique ultimate ability that you can use to turn the tide of battle.

  • Make use of your disguised appearance.
  • Participate in the conversation to learn your enemies’ strategy and adapt to it.
  • Take advantage of your species: you can see everything that your fellow monster sees.
  • Infect the passengers to respawn if you are disclosed and killed.
  • Infect the civilians to turn them into ones of your own.

Each turn for civilians and monsters has two time-limited stages:
  • Planning Stage: players choose their actions;
  • Action Stage: all planned actions are executed at the same time.

If you’re reading this, you’ve already seen the trailer and screenshots. So, there’s really no need to say more. Go grab your copy and prepare for adventure!

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: Frequent Violence or Gore, General Mature Content

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7/8/10
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 560 3.33GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 9600 GT/Radeon HD 3870 (512 MB)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7/8/10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 2.6+ GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 460/Radeon HD 6850 (1GB)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 2 GB available space

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