Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes to launch for non-VR Android devices on August 1st

The Famous co-op, party game, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, is finally coming to Google Play on August 1st an announcement has revealed.

The game virtual reality (VR) version of the game was launched in 2016 for Android smartphones. However, due to non-commercialization of VR kits, not many could join in on the action.

For those unaware, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a bomb-defusing, multiplayer puzzle game, which demands top-notch communication. You’re grouped up with friends and try to defuse a ticking bomb, but with a distinct twist — only one player gets direct control of the explosive, while the other members of the group get the bomb-defusing manual. Since the player with direct access to the bomb can’t see the manual, other players must exhibit excellent communication skills to help the player in ‘Ground Zero’ defuse the charge.

The game was initially launched on PC as a VR initiative in 2015, while the non-VR version hit the shelves three years later, in 2018.

Coming to the pricing, the non-VR version of the game on Google Play will sell for $9.99. It’s to be noted that you won’t need individual copies of the game to play at a party, only one purchase would be sufficient.

Source: Keep Talking Game | Via: Android Police

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