Dysfunctional Systems: Orientation is a kinetic novel and a prequel to Dysfunctional Systems: Learning to Manage Chaos. It uses text, sound, and illustrations to tell a story and expand on the world established in the first game. There is no gameplay, just click to progress!
What is Dysfunctional Systems?
Dysfunctional Systems is a series about Winter Harrison: a student mediator from a utopian Earth. A mediator is someone who travels between worlds, attempting to resolve the conflicts plaguing them. Dysfunctional Systems: Orientation follows Winter’s first week at school, as she learns more about her future profession and the baffling nature of otherworlders. It’s a great game to play if the first left you wanting to know more about mediators and their homeworld.
Should I play Dysfunctional Systems: Learning to Manage Chaos first?
You probably should. Dysfunctional Systems: Orientation doesn’t assume you have any knowledge of the series, but its primary purpose is to expand on the world established in the first game. Therefore, it is more enjoyable if you’re already curious about the details of the Dysfunctional Systems universe.
- Over 23,400 words of story and extra codex content!
- A soundtrack of 11 unique and never before released songs from CombatPlayer!
- An unlockable gallery of 30+ illustrations and concepts!
- 7 new characters to meet and all new sprites!