FAR: Lone Sails

4.4
615 reviews
5K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

- Master your vessel: Maintain and upgrade your vehicle to overcome numerous obstacles and natural hazards.
- Discover a unique world: Explore a desolate dried-out seabed, follow the trails of your people and find relics and buildings, that tell the story of a civilization on the run.
- Experience an atmospheric journey: Let the sky full of clouds pass by and heed the wind that drives your sails towards the horizon.
- A Zombie-free Post-Apocalypse: It’s just you and your machine vs. the big nothing.

Traverse a dried-out seabed littered with the remains of a decaying civilization. Keep your unique vessel going, overcome numerous obstacles and withstand the hazardous weather conditions. How far can you make it? What will you find?

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There is something therapeutic about tending to your ship and then just moving along slowly through the day. ... Not a lot of games are brave enough to tell a story this way, and to me, that’s exactly why FAR: Lone Sails is a gem.
5 / 5 - Platinum Rating
-Catherine Ng Dellosa, pocketgamer.com
https://www.pocketgamer.com/articles/084595/far-lone-sails-review-this-is-the-end-and-thats-okay/

FAR: Lone Sails is a smart and enjoyable landship-management game.
Sean Martin, pockettactics.com
https://www.pockettactics.com/far-lone-sails/review

FAR: Lone Sails, meanwhile, is the perfect apocalypse sim for these troubled times. ... It’s a treat.
Ash Mayhew, droidgamers.com
https://www.droidgamers.com/2020/10/24/best-new-android-games-and-sales-house-flipper-112-operator-far-lone-sails-and-more/

A gorgeous atmospheric adventure game ... FAR: Lone Sails is an enjoyable game that's easy to relax with after a long day.
Matthew Sholtz, androidpolice.com
https://www.androidpolice.com/2020/10/22/far-lone-sails-adventure-game-now-available-android/
Updated on
Nov 3, 2020

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4.4
615 reviews
Clint Farrell
April 24, 2022
so far really good on my phone (pixel - wish i had a keyboard?), and not great on chromebook (hp). on chromebook the screen flickers/flashes if it's full screen, and i have had it crash. resizing the window seems to help - but that kind of defeats the purpose of playing it on a bigger screen. it's fun, mostly relaxing (except when everything is on fire), and i can play it in front of a young child.
3 people found this review helpful
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Smokiestbog
October 4, 2021
This game was so fun to play. I love the controls and the steps it takes to drive the machine. Any time it got repetitive, they would add something new and add a new challenge. The soundtrack was amazing. The background were beautiful to and really gave the game more personality.
14 people found this review helpful
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Dodo Mt
November 6, 2020
Can't really say much about the game just yet as I just started playing it. What I can say, however, is that it runs like a charm, supports controllers (my wireless Xbox 360 controller, for instance — this point is really important to me as controllers are my preferred way of gaming as it allows for one's device to be connected to an external monitor), and allows you to put it on your device's external storage (always a plus in my book).
35 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- Fixed a bug where the game would crash upon pressing the Jump button
- Implemented analytics to collect data on a bug where the vehicle infinitely falls through the floor
- Resolved an issue where zooming in/out wasn't supported when using a controller
- The UI now fades out when using a controller