Self-righteous arcade comedy Say No! More out now on Switch, Steam and iOS
Behold the positive power of saying NO!
We are proud to announce that highly anticipated NO!-Playing Game, Say No! More, is currently available for download on Nintendo Switch™, PC & Mac (Steam®) for £12.14/€13.49/$13.49*, and on iPadOS and iOS for £4.99/€5.49/$4.99**.
Say No! More is the world’s first NPG (NO!-Playing Game), a brand new experience coming straight from the minds of Studio Fizbin. In a world where everyone sticks to the status quo of saying “YES”, create your own custom character and take on the role of an intern on a mission to change the world with the positive power of “NO!”. With this new power nothing will get in your way as you shout “NO!” at any absurd requests fired at you.
Using simple controls designed for anyone to pick up and play, start your working life through a predetermined path in a quirky office environment. As well as shouting NO! in your chosen language, use your NO! different emotional states to send them reeling. Confuse people with different actions to let their guard down, then charge up your NO! for an even greater effect on unsuspecting colleagues.
Touching on timeless and modern issues such as social etiquette, friendship and workplace standards, this hilarious adventure has tender depth. It’s all wrapped up in a fun late 90s video game style, complete with chunky, colourful visuals, comical animations and jazzy music that you’ll struggle to say “NO!” to.
“Say No! More is more than a funny arcade game; it’s a way of life,” said Marius Winter, Game Director at Studio Fizbin. “Many of life’s challenges can be mitigated by staying true to yourself and properly expressing your feelings. This isn’t necessarily how we’re socialized, so we wanted to make a game that harnesses the power of “No!” in an outlandish, comical way. Say No! More may be a funny game, but it’s an exploration of a universal truth about sticking up for ourselves.”
“Say No! More is an absolute power fantasy without the need for super powers or world saving quests,” said Dieter Schoeller, Head of Publishing at Thunderful. “Instead, your super power is self respect - something that we can all attain in our day to day lives. It’s an absolute riot about speaking truth to power. What more could you ask for in a game?”