Omnibus is a game about a bus. So guess what its one-of-a-kind Special Edition comes with.
Yep, you guessed it. A bus.
An actual real-life, shitty-ass bus. All for the low, low price of $US7500
OmniBus comes in three distinct digital flavors:
OmniBus: Game of the Year Edition – The OmniBus game and original soundtrack together as a confidently presumptive Game of the Year Edition at a standard edition price of $9.99.
OmniBus: Bus Driver Edition – The ultimate collector’s edition for the world’s biggest OmniBus fan includes an actual MCI bus that may or may not have been used to motion capture lifelike bus movement for the game. One available for $7,500, pick-up only, serious inquiries only.
OmniBus: Free Edition – Download exquisitely designed OmniBus papercraft templates, print them out on ultra premium cardstock, and fold them to create your own OmniBus game right in your living room!
Pick up only. Amazing. I really hope someone buys this bus.
Omnibus is the latest game published by Devolver, created by buddy cops. They've got this whole made-up history of development thing going on, which is actually quite entertaining.
I have no idea what this game is about. Buses I guess. It describes itself as a "next-to-last gen physics game about the most powerful bus in the universe that can’t stop or even slow down for reasons incomprehensible to the simple human mind."
That is a good description.