Really fucking good and creepy.
Surprised me, as soon as I started I almost turned it off due to the plodding pace of John's walk, but after the first event I was hooked. I enjoyed it but the end seemed rushed. I also have one question; I thought the space station self destructed, how was it still there upon arrival of the rescue team?
...And if it was just a hallucination even the self-destruction of the space station M1?
the game have a good story of horror ( i think ) but its only walk and press spacebar nothing mroe just walk at time of writing you are good but you need more action, movement. thats all
Too many people bashed this game because it lacked gameplay...It's a game that plays like a movie, it doesn't need gameplay just a solid story. The elements of this were executed well, the soundtrack was excellent, and the pixel art was great!
Thanks for your review :D
The music and sounds were good, but the medals and gameplay were not. The plot could have been a fairly good one but it was given too little space to grow and became a random, unexplained kind of rush to the ending.
I think to make this better, you could begin by having made it more of a interactive novel of sorts, this would take away the thoughts of it being a game which is where lots of the dislike is coming from. Secondly I would get rid of medals, unless there is some kind of skill based achievement they should only have a place when completing something.
If you were to make this into more of a visual novel, utilizing the sounds and music, along with giving the plot plenty of time to roll out and form, then I believe you could make a great experience.