Immerse yourself in post revolutionary Mexico City with:
Mexico,1921: A deep slumber.
An emotional and intriguing narrative adventure video game about the awakening of a country.
Prepare to be swept by an intriguing and emotional story about a country’s transformation and growth. After years of conflict, the first social constitution in the world is in place. Follow Juan Aguirre, a photojournalist that will discover through his camera that the fight is far from over: a cultural revolution is brewing right under his feet. Meet Mexico’s most memorable artist and politics, travel through time with our characters and discover why Mexico ain’t no place for the weak.
Get to know Mexico City’s zócalo, the old police inspection, the Secretary of Public Education, the National Palace and travel with Dr. Atl inside Popocatépetl’s crater to discover the birth of a galaxy. You’ll discover a world rich in details and historical references that will change the collective imagery of what it means to be Mexican.
After years of conflict the first social constitution in the world is in place and the new President will try to steer the country to a brighter future. How did he ended up murdered while surrounded by his friends and colleagues seven years later?
1921 follows the life of Juan Aguirre, a young photojournalist that will be swept by Mexico's whirlwind transformation to modernity, find himself inside the surreal revolutionary art world, rub shoulders with politicians and discover through his camera why Mexico ain't no place for the weak.
Explore the city
Discover up to ten historic sites like the National Palace, the old Merced market and the Castañeda Madhouse in a striking visual style inspired by Mexican artists graphic techniques. You’ll be able to drink mezcal with Mexico's most famous muralists and have conversations with politicians, writers and poets.
Use Juan’s camera to capture Mexico in the 1920’s! Take in-game photos and change the depth of field, aperture and zoom to immortalize your own version of the city. Through Juan’s album you’ll be able to compare your own pictures to the ones in the photo library of the National Institute of Anthropology and History.
Not only will you live through history, you can also collect it. Search for 100+ historical objects, documents and even people, hidden throughout the game that can trigger side missions and historical data that will take your game experience to the next level.