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Grafting cold game mechanics onto heart­warming story, Future Proof Games continues the unconventional tradition of Melissa and Gregory Avery-Weir's games. Our games are art, and we will explore the frontiers of interactive entertainment.

We create prophetic games that demand audacious compassion from their players and bring about dramatic social change. Our work explores transhumanism, looking at ways in which people can push the borders of what it means to be human. It encourages compassion and empathy for the uncomfortable and the alien, producing a more nuanced ethical perspective. We want our players to have fun becoming more insightful, thoughtful, and nurturing people.

Our games require understanding strange characters and cultures in the hopes that players will get practice in audacious compassion. They contain ethical situations that are too complicated to be approached dogmatically, provoking nuanced thought about difficult problems. They celebrate the different, the cybernetic, and the unsettling to encourage joy in stretching players' cultural comfort zones. They condemn oppression and exploitation while portraying and exploring the systems that allow such things to arise.

Latest Entries from the Dev Blog

  • Ossuary Now On Steam

    Our macabre Discordian adventure game Ossuary is now available on Steam! As part of its release, it's available for a limited time at 15% off, making it $8.49.

    It's always exciting to be available in a new store, and Steam is the biggest store of all. If ...

  • Ossuary on Steam May 27, 2015

    Ossuary on Steam May 27, 2015

    Our funny, philosophical, pixel-horror adventure game Ossuary will be released on Steam on May 27, 2015. It will be available on Windows and Mac OSX. You can visit its Steam store page, add it to your wishlist, and download the demo now.

    Ossuary is a conversation-focused adventure game that explores ...

  • The Technology of Exploit: Zero Day

    The Technology of Exploit: Zero Day

    The original Exploit is a game written in ActionScript 3 (Flash) that lives entirely within its Flash container on a web page, whether that be on our site or a Flash portal.

    With Exploit: Zero Day, we want to build something browser-based, but more than just puzzles. The puzzles themselves are still in a box on a web page, but that's not the entirety of the game — nor is there any Flash involved.

    It's time for Exploit to spread beyond its box and become more complex and social, and that means changing the technology. ...

  • How Ossuary Got Greenlit

    How Ossuary Got Greenlit

    We're not sure how Ossuary got Greenlit.

    On April 8, we posted a blog entry marking the one-year anniversary of our creepy-funny game Ossuary's journey on the Steam Greenlight service. On April 13, the game was approved, letting us start preparing it for release on Valve's major ...

  • Ossuary is Coming to Steam

    Early this week we received the fateful email: our darkly funny satire Ossuary is coming to Steam!

    It's been a rough road on Steam Greenlight, but we finally got approved. The process from here on is covered by a non-disclosure agreement, but all that's left is the basics ...