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Austen Translation
Genre: Strategy, Casual
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
May 24, 2017 @ 1:05pm
Release date: Fall 2017
Are Those Wedding Bells I Hear?

“Austen Translation” is a satirical strategy game set in the world of Jane Austen—a tongue-in-cheek riff on caustic rivalries, appalling preconceptions of the roles of women and men, and, of course, the unending quest to marry well. In “Austen Translation,” the player takes on the role of an innocent young woman who has to convince a wealthy bachelor to marry her so she can escape a future of poverty and destitution. By making strategic choices that affect your stats, and the stats of your rivals, you'll alter the suitors' perceptions, all in pursuit of a big . . . thick . . . wallet.

But this isn't your high school English teacher's Jane Austen. Our game takes Jane's genteel brand of satire and sends it over the top, creating an Austen experience which has gone completely off the rails. It’s an experience rife with dropping pianos, outrageous rumors, and mercilessly manipulated rivalries. A Jane for the digital ages, as it were.

  • Hybrid gameplay that combines elements of a strategy game and a visual novel
  • Fully customizable game avatars
  • Randomized chapters and plot twists create a unique story experience for each playthrough
  • Zany, oversized storylines set in a Jane Austen universe
  • Quirky paper-doll illustration style
  • Madcap multiplayer functionality pits you against up to four human opponents

Austen Translation is being developed by Worthing & Moncrieff, the creators of the puzzle-mystery
A Matter of Murder which was featured at a number of festivals including the Google Play Indie Game Festival and the Boston Festival of Indie Games.

Reach out to us at our website or social media and tell us what you think!
Or check out our development blog!

Austen Translation Official Site []
Worthing & Moncrieff []
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Jenny wakeman Jun 13, 2020 @ 11:17am 
god im give up
SirBogmire Oct 15, 2017 @ 5:23pm 
inkle May 26, 2017 @ 12:50am 
I loved the last game these guys made. Simple but effective puzzle mechanic and a cool style.
eatmywords May 24, 2017 @ 11:25pm 
you're serious right?
DaveQB May 24, 2017 @ 11:16pm 
Points for the originality, but the trailer is annoying because of that voice, and the graphics, while they don't need to be realistic or amazing, are too empty beside the simplistic yet captivating characters - a trait shared with your previous game, I see (so much... white... @__@). A little more detail and color would be better. Still upvoted because of the fresh idea.
D/monX May 24, 2017 @ 9:06pm 
Sophie May 24, 2017 @ 6:17pm 
The amount of blank white space in the back-ground makes this look unfinished. The trees and other things in the background are a nice addition, but not enough to change that.
Sharktoothman11 May 24, 2017 @ 5:51pm 
Awesome! Can't wait! :D
pure contempt May 24, 2017 @ 4:32pm 
This made my dick crawl back inside my body.

No thanks.
TheEarl May 24, 2017 @ 3:22pm 
I LOVE strategy games, especially with some multiplayer component. This looks like a really neat take on that style of game with some fresh ideas on theming and story. Looking forward to it!