About the game
Neo Cab is a video game. It was developed by Chance Agency and published by Fellow Traveller. In it, players role-play as Lina, a driver for Neo Cab, a vehicle for hire service. After her friend Savy mysteriously disappears, Lina investigates the disappearance while picking up passengers.
Neo Cab is available for Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, iOS, Linux, Classic Mac OS.[/vc_column_text]
Tips and tricks:
The following are tips and tricks for the smooth gameplay.
- Neo Cab Map
The game’s Steam page describes the game in the best way possible. “This is an emotional survival game. Balance what feels right with what Lina needs to survive.” And the game lives up to that idea well. You aren’t managing your hunger, stamina, or hit points to survive in the world of Neo Cab. You’re trying to understand a person’s emotions as they navigate a variety of human conversations. If narrative is what you crave in your games, keep an eye on Neo Cab.
- Neo Cab First Person
On paper, Neo Cab sells itself as a sci-fi title, but really, that’s just a backdrop to an exploration of the human condition. Some might call it a cyberpunk style, but the developers prefer calling it “nowpunk,” considering it’s not too far-fetched. After all, self-driving cars exist today. Nonetheless, there’s a lot about the game that feels grounded in reality. The human interactions stand out the most here, even if you’ll only briefly see these passengers.
- Look for the auto save:
This game may auto save when you are playing. You’ll see the eye icon in the lower right corner whenever auto save is happening, but it’s also fairly easy to remember: you will save at the end of each ride (just after you get paid), after you sleep after you get gas, and after your text. So basically, autosave should happen after every small “chunk” of story content.