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An astronaut is alone and dying.
Mouse - Click around the environment to move between rooms
Mouse - Click anywhere to progress through Memory Fragments
Find all the memory fragments, and then use the escape pod.
If you need a hint to unlock the Golden Astronaut medal, you can find one here -> http://www.boxrocketgames.com/golden-astronauts-2015.html
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This is a space, semi-horror, point and click game about an astronaut stuck on a space station who is going insane with loneliness. I think that it is a cool game, but you shouldn't make a medal for every medal fragment.
I also think that you should remove the "suicide" tag because it spoils the ending.
I have a huge fear of space, as well as death, so this game was really unnerving for me to play. I love the art style, it's so so gorgeous. And the music is always perfect for every game you make. A tragic story, but amazing storytelling.
i liked this one, is the same setting as the first one but with a diferent history, this time the guy is not insane and he is totally alone (not even imaginary voices, and if he had those voices it did not affect that much on his survival)
at least he did not throw himself to the space and died this time
i like this one a lot, it gives you liberty to explore the whole spaceship and i like the art
perfect game, 10/10, IGN
I like the idea and I am always way more down for a dark story than some dating sim or shooter. The art was excellent, however what bothered me was the monologue. I liked the emotional idea, but the delivery left a bit to be desired. Most glaring were the cliches and an over abundance of obvious similes. To be honest, I cringed through almost all of the astronaut's thoughts. I get that you aren't Proust but I think some in depth editing for cliché and repetition would have done you some good.
Good concept though, I just suggest you rework it; perhaps reimagine it.
A compelling little story. Thoughtful. Dark. Visual and weary. Wonder if this one was inspired by Moon, by any chance? Feels very reminiscent of the mood I remember from that movie. I the end, in the endless void of space... he drifts away uncertainly. Very nicely presented.
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