Strange Scaffold has launched the Bean Bone update for Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, an Among Us crossover which can permit gamers to “buy the mangled remains of your former crewmates”.
The Bean Bone update launched on Monday (July 25), which provides a sizeable slice of free content material – together with a brand new “Bean Bone” organ, which is a crew member from Innersloth‘s Among Us that has been chopped in half.
“Among us organ traders, the Bean Bone is known as the most delicious organ in the galaxy,” shares the Bean Bone’s in-game description, whereas Strange Scaffold founder Xalavier Nelson Jr. added that the update will let performs “buy the mangled remains of your former crewmates.”
The Among Us crossover additionally brings a “multitude” of latest quests, extra character portraits to select from, and the power to assist Interstellar Influencers “go viral (and make their subsequent apologies) on the galactic stage.”
“Their entire role is to make your life while working with them a living hell,” added Nelson in a follow-up put up, who additionally stated that the update consists of “the most evil quest I’ve ever designed.”
THE STORY OF THE MOST EVIL QUEST I’VE EVER DESIGNED, COURTESY OF THE NEW AMONG US-THEMED UPDATE FOR MY VIDEO GAME, WHICH IS ALSO CURRENTLY ON SALE
— Xalavier Nelson Jr. (@WritNelson) July 25, 2022
When the Among Us crossover was introduced in April, Strange Scaffold additionally shared that it’ll additionally embrace crossover content material from Bugsnax and Inscryption.
In our four-star evaluation of Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, we praised it as “a masterclass of economic game design in more ways than one,” and added that it performs as “a trading simulator brimming with all the excitement and personality of an action game.”
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