Station 59 is a tense and unsettling first person psychological horror experience where you drink from a toilet, eat beans and relay strange messages over a radio while holed up in an underground bunker.
In Station 59 you awake to find yourself in a large single-room bunker where you have a toilet, cupboards stocked with toilet roll and beans, a hatch in the roof and a radio with some transmission equipment. After drinking from the toilet and eating some beans, it seems the only thing else you can interact with is the radio. The radio tells you to use your transmission equipment to relay different four letter codes to a selection of different frequencies. It’s an easy and repetitive task that seems just to be something to keep you occupied in your bunker, but it’s not long until you hear voices through the hatch, asking for you to open up…
Taking around 30 minutes to play through, transmitting the codes isn’t the most riveting of experiences, but that’s kinda the point. The bunker you’re holed up in is clearly an allegory for something else (depression, trauma, etc). You can stay in it typing your codes forever, like a radio-based Sisyphus, or you can open up and let people in. They may help or they may bring more pain, but at least something will change!
Controls: WASD – Movement, Mouse – Look, LMB – Interact, E – Sit/Stand at Desk, Enter – Stop Typing
Available On: Windows and Mac