ISOS: A Tale of Equilibrium

3.2
203 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Bring balance to the city of Isos, or bring it to destruction. Become the leader of Equilibrium and be tasked with bringing peace between humankind and the mysterious Vibhinn alien race.

Make tough choices and momentous decisions with the flick of a finger, steer the city towards integration, or secession, decide the fate of humans, aliens and the megalopolis itself. Every decision you make will influence the balance of power, as well as the city's moral compass. Will you favor the rights of the alien species or push for human supremacy? Will you push for integration or keep earthlings and outsiders divided? At every choice you will be putting the fate of the city, and your own, at stake in a high risk game of intrigue where maintaining the balance of power is key to survival.

Uncover the mistery of the past from the year 2992. What happened to the civilization that preceded you? Why was its history and its memory deleted? What lead to the foundation of the city of Isos and the office known as Equilibrium? Discover the truth and fend off the dangers posed by the power-hungry Exogiin, the dangerously violent Anthropos, the corrupt and inept Ministry as well as hackers, killers, spies and trash-eating worms. Will you lead the city to an era of prosperity or doom it to chaos, revolution and, eventually, destruction?
Updated on
May 23, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

3.2
201 reviews
Azinye Fantasy
June 7, 2024
Super boring. Humans and aliens live together and your job is to satisfy both without being biased. There are secret death/win scenarios but the problem is the game can randomly give you the same problems 5-10 times a run. It's not fun trying to unlock all the solutions especially when the game randomly gives you 4 choices instead of 2 or something dumb like telling the librarian you like classic books causes you to be biased against aliens cause they want you to rewrite history to sound cool.
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Slava Andreev
December 1, 2023
This is a good game, but I do have complaints. A minor complaint is that the music feels a little weird and repetitive, so I always feel uneasy when playing. I also don't know what some effects like "Death Ward" do. The other bigger complaint is trying to get to an ending. Since you die when either maxing out or completely losing a side's influence, I'm not entirely sure how to get endings. Also, the time it takes to get them have made me feel like I'm getting nowhere despite completing quests..
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Pierre Faure