We don’t know much about the secret operation called Haydee, which consists of a line of half-human/half-robot girls. The artificial complex being used for the operation is quite huge. Some have attempted to draw a map of this intricate facility and have come up with a kind of cube like structure that looks quite too small for everything that is contained within.
Two kinds of robot enemies seemed to have been placed in this huge complex by engineers, all in various places and triggered in various ways, sometimes jumping out unexpectingly, much to the test subject’s shock and horror. It seems as if an experiment is being played out here, one to test the capabilities and wits of the Haydee models. Making it out without being scathed is very unlikely. Is there even a way out of this place or this the hope for daylight a fleeting dream?
I like to think that a panel of scientists are watching the game from the outside, sitting back and enjoying the pleasure of seeing their test subject struggle over and over again to make it through the complicated facility. Much like the “Cube” movies, the facility serves as a tool for research, all with its various traps and clues. Getting out requires a lot of trial and error, which would include a lot of dying and learning from your mistakes. The end reward for all of that hard work and sacrifice had better not be an anticlimactic pat on the back, but as in most cases, probably is.
This is my attempt at creating some mythology behind the game Haydee, one of the newest games to be released on Steam and which I’m playing right now.