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Jun 29, 2009 | 9:40 PM EDT

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Your people have exploited all resources, polluted the water, land and air and have finally managed to kill the living spirit of the planet. Your task is to build an inter-stellar craft that will take your people to a new home.

This is a challenging point and click puzzler. There is no need to play the previous games in the series to win this one. If you get stuck, check out the video walkthrough.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

graphics: 0/2 the graphics seemed glitchey to me and the graphics where hard to tell what is this??
gameplay: 0/3 not my cup of tea at all


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty nice

I'm a big fan of freeworldgroup and I have noticed that of all of the stuff they (you? I assume I shouldn't say "you" when addressing this) comes out with some good stuff and some bad stuff. I personally thought that this mediocre. I mean, the animation was pretty interesting (I liked those little beany things that jumped in the water) but overall it's just not my cup of tea.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just as good as the first one

I liked the "kill the planet and run away" idea. Difficult, but the walkthrough is right there to help. The randomness in the game was very creative, a nice break from straightforward games.The music was nice too.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


but some clues would be useful


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Pretty bad

I thought this game was absolutely terrible. For a while I puttered around, not knowing what to do, until finally I just gave up and looked at the walkthrough. Even after looking at the walkthrough I had no idea what was going on. Why did the robot turn into the glass part of the spaceship in the end? Why did the volcano turn into a crane? Why did I have to turn all the stones to hexagons? It just didn't make any sense.

Since there was no logic in this game, I give it a 1. Sorry dude, put more effort in next time.