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Sep 9, 2011 | 3:49 PM EDT
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Author Comments

This game is inspired by Minecraft and Terraria. It is my own contribution to these new kind of games.

You are a space explorer craving for discoveries and adventures. Your ship was damaged and you crash landed on an unknown planet.

You will have to explore and use your environment to repair your ship and continue on your journey.

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Reviews


THCardenTHCarden

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Freakin SweeT!!!!!

Pretty Good . I was surprised at how interactive and in depth the game was. Good all around!


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patrick126patrick126

Rated 5 / 5 stars

THIS IS A AWSOME GAME MAN!!!!!!!



sharpnovasharpnova

Rated 5 / 5 stars

underrated

just about as underrated as it gets. this is the best thing i've seen on NG in a long time. and i've seen every front page submission for the past 5 years. (and most of the stuff that almost makes it on the front page)

smooth movement, great sound track, awesome experience.



sweetcommandosweetcommando

Rated 5 / 5 stars

fun

really creative and great terraria gameeplay



Cryogenesis4Cryogenesis4

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The best and newest genre of games

I have not tried the commercial version of minecraft nor have I looked at terraria. However, this game really demonstrated to me how and why this new genre of adventure games seem... so awesome.

The randomly generated maps and sea life, along with ambient music all go amazingly well together. That makes exploration pretty enjoyable by itself. Craftable equipment gives you a sense of progress, which is something like to see in games.

My only pet peeve is how I end up having to DESTROY the game environment to make progress. I'll end up turning this planet to just a bunch of water and dirt. :(

What I wanna see are more games that explore more into this new genre of collecting, crafting, and exploration. It makes me wonder... What are other genres of games that have yet to be discovered?


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