Get Rich Quick at the Cost of All Else in The Invisible Hand
Did someone say Stonks? Publisher Fellow Traveller and developer Power Struggle Games are pleased to announce that The Invisible Hand, the satirical, first-person stock market trading simulator, will launch for Windows PC on May 7.
The Invisible Hand will retail for $12.99 USD, and fans can also purchase the Deep Pockets Edition to get the game as well as its original soundtrack for $16.99 USD. Both editions will be available for PC through Steam, GOG, and Humble.
A demo of The Invisible Hand will be available as part of Fellow Traveller’s LudoNarraCon 2021 event, running April 23 through April 26.
The Invisible Hand combines a satirical take on stock trading with a thought-provoking narrative to create an illuminating tale of finance and personal responsibility. You’ll begin the game on your very first day at the trading firm FERIOS, a brokerage where they turn a blind eye to breaking the rules as long as you deliver results. Profit is what matters and the rules don’t apply to winners. Plenty of others want your position, so it’s up to you to make money, at any cost.
Just remember: profit is all that matters, the rules don’t apply if you’re a winner, and only losers feel guilty for the pain, loss and poverty that are the unfortunate but unavoidable by-product of the critical and important work we do here.