The Atlas Station

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The Atlas Station, sequel for The Roslin Station.

Continue your search for escape as a Clone on the island from the hit tv show LOST.
This game has no spoilers pertaining to the show itself. The story is of my own fabrication and is meant to serve as a school project.
I hope you like it.


ok, awesome game, BUT!

there a problem with all puzzle games:
u can just right click and press play each time to continue!!!!!
we need somebody to figure out how to make it so people cant do this.....

Pretty cool

The game itself is ok, very basic set-up, but I love the theories you put into the story, like the cloud being nanobots and that the number indicate the time the world ends. Creative in the way you used Lost as a basis.


Yeah. Make the arrow that takes you to the previous slide be red... Please. Super Simple and people will love you for it.

By the way, hilarious... all in all, you gargle my balls comment =D

uhh it was a decent try i suppose

like the numerous people said before me, this was not really a game....it was pictures, words and sound effects..the only thing it really had was a plot, this was basically a childrens book..except with a childrens book, i dont have to spend 10 minutes trying to locate an arrow key someone had conviently placed among many bushes/trees/shrubbery. in conclusion, you have basically created a morbid version of "where's waldo"...and why did you submit a class project on a website?

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I like it but i need i got stuck

I really like what you have going here and I would love to see more. The scenes are very well done and the background music just adds to the Lost feel.

I have to agree with the others, the navigation is a bit confusing and sometimes hard to follow and/or find. So maybe just work on that for next time.

Otherwise, i got kind of stuck. I didnt know how to open the one door that was locked and when i tried going the other way I got stuck in the submarine. Help would be great?

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3.74 / 5.00

Apr 11, 2008
10:54 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click