Interesting procedural narrative game. Unfortunately gets repetitive, with the same events appearing constantly (pirates!) and a lack of mid-game content. Still solid and atmospheric.
I love this game and apart slightly over repeated variants of text narrative my only critism is that on my Galaxy S6 the top Android bar doesn't disappear, in fact it is bright blue, spoils the irmessive feel to the game slightly. Apart from that great work developers! :)
Words cannot explain how much I love this game. The format is great as well as the overall choices allowed. If anything it just needs more added to it. After about two hours of play it's gets boring because there's nothing new to do. PLEASE add more content
It's a bit too repetitive... I was up til 3am the first night I bought it, so it definitely has potential! I am on my 3rd captain (tenuring as an explorer-scholar). I think it needs more variety, and some artwork among all the text.
Pretty nice and simple relaxed trading simulator with a twist. Not as brutal on RNG as Out There Omega, though not as colorful as well. trade mechanics is straightforward: hire a Trader crew member, buy low, sell high, rinse, repeat. The flavor here is in looking for curiosities and fnding various endings. Very good for a relaxed gameplay.
Really great, addictive and interesting. When you arrive to new planet, image of previous one is showing for few seconds before changing. Not a major problem, but breaks magic a little.
- Credits screen should look okay on narrower screens in portrait mode
- Change the buy/sell button to fix massive animation jank on some devices
- Greatly improve experience for TalkBack users
- Fix issue where you could continuously buy and sell smuggled cargo on the same planet
- Fix issue where you could add unlimited crew members after restarting a game
A philosophical lunar romance with game designers. What defines a "good" ending?