Raw press release below:
AUSTIN TEXAS – March 27, 2015 –
Two days after the launch of Owlchemy Labs’ interactive choose-your-own-adventure Dyscourse, the developers have announced a geocache hunt for buried Steam keys of their game.
In-game character and curator of an infamous blog about the unknown, Teddy, has supposedly posted to his blog the locations of ten hidden caches of Steam keys distributed throughout the continental US. In an attempt to reveal the truth about what happened during the events on the island, insiders say he has been leaking information containing the whereabouts of these buried Steam keys.
We have been informed that while nine of the ten key-bearing drives are well hidden, the location of the primary cache has already been uncovered but not retrieved. A drive containing 100 Steam keys has been nestled in the trunk of a tree, located on the Cards Against Humanity-owned Hawaii 2 island in central Maine. Supposedly, Teddy’s “off-the-grid advisors” were trusted to plant these devices without being detected by government eyes.
We were able to get ahold of Teddy over a secure line and discuss the details.
“I just have to make sure that the truth makes it out to the right people. If they can play the game, they’ll be able to uncover the lies.” -Teddy
Discussions of the exact whereabouts and current retrieval statuses of each cache seem to be cataloged on ‘T’s Web 1.0 blog, located here: http://dyscourse.com/offthegrid/. There geocachers will find cataloged photographs of each of these sites.
The developers will be holding a live Twitch stream this Friday at 4pm at twitch.tv/owlchemylabs with the core team coming together for Q&A and live development commentary for anyone wishing to dig deeper into Dyscourse and the mysteries surrounding the narrative.