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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.

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it okay

its a bit easy but i still think its good



Thumbs Down.

Nine pictures, an audio file, a gun effect and the option to restart. Wholly uninteresting and poor. Submit something with effort in, for this has none.


danomano65 responds:

don't be a jerk. it's a freakin photography project.


Microsoft PowerPoint the game.

The "game" starts off boring. And it doesn't get any better. The only thing lost here, is the action.


danomano65 responds:

This is pretty dumb.


Gives lost a bad name

It's like a Bon Jovi song sort of. "Shot through the heart and you're to lame, you give "Lost" a bad name".

This was a really bad, poorly designed game. I remember making more creative games about the Dukes of Hazards with an old commodore 64 computer when I was a kid.

Gameplay - 0 - that waasn't really a game, just a bunch of pictures.
Replay value - 0 - I rather go watch reruns of Lost on the website.
Value - 8 - The price is right, that's for sure. I still feel as if I had 10 minutes of time lost I can never get back.

I'll throw 2 stars at it just because I like Lost a lot.


danomano65 responds:

sorry for asking you to put my balls in your mouth, but this is just stupid. got ur friends to be assholes too?


It's just not really "Lost"

I understand where your getting the theories from, but attributing this to Lost is a little far fetched. Outside of "108", the Dharma symbol and technically having pictures that could be on an island are really the extent of the connection. Still, that alone does not have much bearing on the actual gaming which should be the focus of these reviews.

Pros:

-Interesting story
-Good use of suspense

Cons:

-No real animation
-No immersion
-No interaction or choices (whether or not I go left or right is irrelevant if there is no information to base the choice on or consequence)
-No clear objective (an objective of "escape" isn't really an objective if there is no immediacy or purpose)

Good luck on the class project, I'm not real sure what the criterion is for it so not entirely sure how this will stack up. Keep trying though, its a great start.

2/5


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Apr 11, 2008
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Adventure - Point 'n Click
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