Be a Supporter!


rated 3.80 / 5 stars
Share Links:
Puzzles - Other

Click on an icon to vote on this!

Credits & Info

Jun 25, 2012 | 3:55 PM EDT

If you liked this, check these out!

Plenty more like this here!

Author Comments

A game created in 48 hours (for Ludum Dare 22), you play as a cloned astronaut on an abandoned space station, who must solve gravity puzzles with just a hookshot.

Working on a longer version of the game - so far the biggest complaint is that it's way too short :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quick little puzzler. I like it. The controls and physics are tight, and the atmosphere was perfect. The lack of music was a good choice too. Kinda adds to the "I'm all alone" feeling.

Since your apparently making a longer version I can abandon the "too short" complaint. All in all this is a nifty little puzzler with some artsy thrown in for the story. Good game, can't wait for the longer version!

People find this review helpful!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Best 48 hours created game I ever played! I look forward to your future games.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Really interesting game. I liked the atmosphere and the simple mechanics made a couple of these puzzles real head-scratchers. My only real complaint? TOO SHORT. I know you only had 48 hours to work on this, but I bet you could do a lot more with this with about a week. I'd love to see an extended version with more levels.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very impressive for just 48 hours. Challenging enough and innovative.

It is kind of short, but a very good game indeed.

People find this review helpful!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Alright. My first thoughts when I saw this was "Oh God, not another Metroid knockoff!" That was quickly dispelled from my mind when the grappling hook shift the room a whole 90 degrees. This game is a lot of fun, and the physics of it gives a good twist, especially in the realm of thinking outside the, er, room. The fun of this game, altough DEFINATELY there, is taken away by one limiting factor:

This is a very short game. Even if it was for a 48 hour contest, it's still extremely short in terms of gameplay. Within 20 minutes, this game is beaten. What a hell of a ride it is to get there though...

In conclusion, despite it being a short adventure, this game will eat you in for a good 30 minutes of puzzle solving. Through simple puzzle-platforming techniques, combined with 16-bit flare and an ingenious premise, give this game a definate necessity to play through at least once. This game gets a well deserved four out of five stars.

People find this review helpful!
Drazzke responds:

Thanks for the feedback :)

I completely agree - the game is way too short. I've been working on a remake of the game slowly, with nicer visuals and some slightly different mechanics, that will have about 25-30 levels. Hopefully this will solve the that issue.