Atom Eve takes flight
Invincible Presents: Atom Eve, a visual novel RPG, is now available on Steam.
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Invincible Presents: Atom Eve invites players to step into the shoes of the fan-favorite character from the Invincible franchise, Atom Eve, as she navigates balancing life as a superhero with the relatable challenges of school, family, and friends. Develop relationships with characters from the Invincible franchise in your own personal way; your choices will shape how characters react to you, and your decisions will define what kind of hero you want to be. Wield Atom Eve’s powers directly in turn-based combat woven into visual novel gameplay, and see your story flow seamlessly into vivid action that feels like a comic book brought to life.
With creative direction from Jill Murray (narrative lead/design on Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Boyfriend Dungeon), and art direction led by Rossi Gifford (illustrator and character designer for Riot Games, Marvel, and Skybound), developers Terrible Posture Games have seamlessly combined Invincible’s signature art style with visual novel and RPG elements to create an unprecedented opportunity to dive deep into the Invincible universe.
“It's been fantastic exploring a complex character like Atom Eve and extending her story. I can’t wait for people to see what we’ve been working on!” said Jill Murray, Creative Director at Terrible Posture Games.
For more Atom Eve, fans can watch the critically acclaimed adult animated superhero series Invincible on Prime Video. The first two episodes of Season Two are available now, and will be followed by new episodes weekly until November 24. Following a mid-season hiatus, the second half of Season Two will premiere in early 2024. A special episode detailing Atom Eve’s origin story was released on Prime Video this year during San Diego Comic-Con. Invincible is available exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories around the world.