OPUS: The Day We Found Earth

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4.6
112K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

“As long as you remember LISA’s coordinates, I will always be with you.”

Dive into the boundless galaxy and go on a heartfelt adventure! Don't miss out on this beautiful editors' choice game experience.

Help our little robot, Emeth, to fulfill a century-old promise by finding Earth in order to save Mankind—so step into the spaceship, operate a deep space telescope, and find out what’s out there in a boundless, unexplored outer space.

“A robot without a goal is nothing more than a calculator. So, listen up... Your goal, is to find Earth. Do we have a deal?” - Dr. Lisa, the creator of the robot and who believes that Earth is not just a myth.

“We have a deal… Emeth will find Earth!” - Emeth, the robot.

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FEATURES
- Embark on a heartfelt adventure with a rich story
- Explore and get lost in the boundless outer space
- Uncover the secrets of mysterious planets and spaceship
- Chill out to the beautiful, relaxing soundtrack
- More emotional than any visual novel

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STORY
Millions of years in the future, mankind has forgotten its origin - Earth, and you must help a robot carry on his creator’s wish of finding it, as he realizes a greater purpose inside his tiny mechanical heart. An atmospheric, heartfelt story written by a several times Best Narration Award winning writer awaits you!

GAMEPLAY
Become a NASA scientist by operating a space telescope to scan nearby stars in the outer space as the adventure begins! Compare and contrast planets in order to find the true Earth.

Also, the game is like a visual novel in which you search through a spaceship full of mysterious items to uncover the history of a centuries-old mission.

Art
Dive into the outer space to explore a vibrant starscape full of lovingly crafted milky way, nebulas, planets and meteorites.

Music
Enjoy 17 beautifully heartfelt, bittersweet soundtracks, and prepare to lose yourself in the organically generated soundscape while wandering through the galaxy!

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* Though the first act is completely free for you to explore. You will have to purchase and unlock the full version of the game in order to progress through the rest of the story.
* For more info, please visit Link: http://www.sigono.com/
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Jul 27, 2021

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4.6
112K reviews
A Google user
January 5, 2019
Beautiful and emotionally moving. The gameplay, music, and story all work together to convey feeling in an unforgettable 2-3 hour experience. The new short cutscenes are also a good touch. I will warn though that you shouldn't inspect objects in a room until Emeth is at that level or below it, as this can give away spoilers, and the game doesn't stop you from scrolling all the way down (unless this was a bug for me).
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Sigono Inc.
April 18, 2019
Thank you very much for your support and suggestion. It is glad to see your detailed feedback :) We welcome different opinions and your support will let us have motivation to move forward.
A Google user
December 14, 2018
The game is very nice looking, but there is no depth to the story. You progress through the game by just searching through the telescope. I actually didn't mind this too much but it would've been nice if the planets to discover didn't have repeating descriptions with the UI cutting off half the descriptions. Even at the end when I thought there would be more interactivity inside the ship you just keep searching through the telescope against logic. Emeth's conflict with Lisa isn't resolved particularly well because there is barely any character development despite there being an opportunity in the story. Overall the concept was interesting despite falling short and everything looks good. Bugs: The font is too large and gets cut off by the UI (on a Note 9). Clickables inside the ship are not very responsive, usually requiring several presses to activate.
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Sigono Inc.
December 16, 2018
Hello, sorry for the inconvenience. About the UI problem, would you mind sending the details of the error to support@sigono.com? We will handle it quickly. Thank you very much!
A Google user
February 17, 2019
I love it! I just wish there was a better map of where all the zones and areas are related to eachother, I get that we're supposed to get a feel for where everything is and use fhe coordinates and hints, but if I won't be revisiting zones after I'm finished with them then( I'm still on the demo) I don't see the point of needing to memorize the land marks (close planets and stars)
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Sigono Inc.
February 19, 2019
Thank you very much for your comments and suggestions! We are very happy to receive different opinions :) Your words will be our strength and will let us make our games be better!

What's new

Minor bug fixes