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May 18, 2009 | 5:42 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place May 19, 2009

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In this point-and-click adventure game your space ship crash-lands on a desolate planet. Your captain is wounded, your engineer: dead. You need to repair your vessel and solve the mystery of the planet to make it out of there alive. Radio the captain for help anytime you're stuck.

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Reviews


LethalElephantForceLethalElephantForce

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 16, 2014

When I first played this, it was the most sophisticated and best-produced flash game I'd ever seen. Even now I'd suggest this is one of the best games here, especially in the Adventure section. Incredible quality. Sadly the intro movie doesn't work anymore for me, and apparently other reviewers - is this due to changes in Flash player? The cut-scenes were very professional and a great start to the game. My only gripe was that one or two of the "combine the items" solutions were not exactly intuitive (this is putting it mildly, though that was quite a common thing in a certain era of adventure gaming and perhaps we are expected to use our imagination... or more likely, to grind through trying to combine anything and everything when stuck until something works). But the puzzle elements were well thought through and solvable by reason rather than blind guesswork. Also, the game is satisfyingly big! Lots of fun to explore.



TufftyskwerlTufftyskwerl

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 10, 2013

I really liked playing this game but neither of the movie sequences worked for me :( I wanna know how it ended!



StoneoneStoneone

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 15, 2013

Excellent game.



scorepitscorepit

Rated 0 / 5 stars October 9, 2013

its just blackness and a aiming system wtf



LonelyMoony-94LonelyMoony-94

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 7, 2013

Holy cow! This is one heck of a point-and-click adventure game.
I do think that "Morningstar" is one of the best flash adventure games out there.

The story and science-fictional settings are really impressive with well-drawn sceneries, with additional content of mystery do add more absorbing experience to the player, as he/she continues exploring the desert planet in order to escape from there.
Moreover, the "radio" option in the game helped me to proceed the game, as the wounded captain offered various solutions to what do I need to do!

The only complaining factor that I have on this game is that the opening/ending animation scenes and "audio" are only avaliable if you play this masterpiece on the bubblebox game site.

Other than that, a truly compelling sci-fi adventure game.


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