The Primate Observation Club is still active and stronger than ever in the year 2099. The world has become a hilariously absurd, retro-futuristic dystopia where spying is even more amusing!
Do you like POWER? How about controlling the lives of others?
Do you like BREAKING RULES? Does it excite you?
Do you want to be part of an EXCLUSIVE group? Be someone important?
Do you want to make some money and become RICH?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you’re in luck! You've been invited to join The Primate Observation Club. Live out all your heart’s desires as the newest member and if you are already in the Club, it’s time to move up.
Observe the monkeys behind cages from the comfort of your home, stash some cash with your side hustle jobs, and maybe even play the role of a divine being by manipulating the lives of your subjects. Don’t hesitate, it’s time to make 2099 your year!
The Primate Observation Club
A Dystopian Dreamland
It’s 2099 and alien knowledge has caused rapid advancements in technology to the point that big corporations now sponsor planets. Stripped of resources, Earth is now a wasteland and humanity has spread across the galaxy. Humans, robots, and aliens now live side by side.
Spying Is Encouraged
The MonkeyVision app helps you manage hidden cameras and monitor cages. Make observations and search the internet to learn more about each subject. Need more cameras? Pick up side jobs for money, all the while avoiding that wacky conspiracy theorist next door.
Definitely Not Feeding the Monkeys
Get to know the subjects and you might get the chance to interact with them. Hack security systems, make threatening phone calls or even put your own flavor on an unusual beverage. But then forget all those things, because that's against Club rules!
New Game, New Tech
For previous Club member alumni, you'll notice we've also added some community-requested features beyond the new game experience.
• An OmniPal
• End Game Content
• A Peephole
Fictiorama Studios is an indie game studio located in Madrid and founded by 3 brothers (Mario, Alberto, and Luis Oliván) united by their devotion to narrative-driven games. In addition, two of the Oliván brothers are members of the alternative rock band Kovalski, which has performed the soundtrack for Fictiorama’s first game, Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today.