A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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About

You are a maintenance robot on a remote space outpost on a planetoid hundreds of lightyears from Earth. You have been awoken by Emergency Protocol, and it is now up to you to discover the fate of the station and its inhabitants.

Controls:

Movement: WASD or Arrow Keys
Jump: Space Interact: E or Enter

Credits

Backgrounds courtesy of Chantier Tileset by @gtibo
Writing and Additional Level Designs by @King Izzy

Important Other Info

  • This game is in preview, and much more is to be added soon. In the meantime, see if you can find three of the base's inhabitants and learn of their final moments.
  • This game has been thoroughly tested on Linux and Windows 10, and should run fine on OSX. Older versions of Windows (7 and older) may not run as expected and are not considered officially supported at this point in time.

Updated 19 hours ago
Published 11 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(1)
AuthorM. R. Williams
GenreAdventure
Made withAseprite, Tiled, MonoGame, LMMS, XNA
Tags2D, Metroidvania, Short, Singleplayer, Space
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Linux 64-bit 37 MB
Version 5
Windows 10 64-bit 39 MB
Version 2
Mac 64-bit 36 MB
Version 2

Comments

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(win7) does not switch or scroll screens.

Thank you for letting me know. Are you on 32 or 64 bit architecture?

64-bit, besides the download is 64-bit only (or so it claims).

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It is 64-bit only, but it never hurts to check :)

I don't have a win7 machine at the moment to test on, but I will procure one ASAP to see if I can get this resolved. Windows 7 is nearing end-of-life (Jan 2020) so it's possible that part of the underlying framework is no longer supported (in which case I'll update to be more clear that win7 isn't supported) -- but if there's anything at all I can do to make it work I'll find it :)

I also have a way to create a more Windows-specific build which may yield better results (current build is basically the same for all platforms, save for some platform-specific files)

Thanks again! Feedback is always appreciated :)