Lifeless Planet

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"Lifeless Planet is a world well worth exploring." - Gamecritics.com

"You will find a compelling world and a story worth experiencing," - Gameinformer.com


While seeking life on a distant planet, an astronaut discovers an abandoned Russian town. He suspects his mission is a hoax until a mysterious young woman saves him from a strange and deadly phenomenon... Lifeless Planet is a third-person action-adventure that features an old-school sci-fi story and spectacular environments in the spirit of classic action-adventures.

After a hard landing on the planet, the astronaut discovers the planet that was reported to be rich with life is instead a barren wasteland. When he goes searching for his crew, he makes a more startling discovery: evidence that humans have already been to this planet years ago! When he comes upon a deserted Soviet-era Russian town, he struggles to make sense of his mission. Did his light-speed travel to the planet send him back in time? Or is this all some strange Cold War hoax?

Along the way, the astronaut meets a Russian woman, Aelita, who is somehow able to survive the hostile atmosphere of the planet. Through an unusual natural phenomenon, her skin causes the soil to glow green under her feet. The player must use these glowing tracks as a guide across the planet past treacherous and deadly threats. Is she leading him to safety... or an untimely death?

Lifeless Planet was inspired by Cold War era science fiction stories, posing questions about humankind's desire for space travel. What if you journeyed across the galaxy to another planet, only to find humans had already been there? What kind of person would sign up for a one-way mission, leaving behind planet Earth and everyone they've ever known and love... to go in search of an Earth-like planet?

Equipped with a limited-use jet-pack and a mobile robotic arm, the player must use wits and skill to solve puzzles, unravel the mystery, and survive the Lifeless Planet!


Key Features:

  • Explore 20 unique and atmospheric environments on a vast and treacherous planet

  • Experience an exciting and intriguing story through rich graphics and cinematic cut-scenes

  • Investigate the startling discovery of an abandoned Russian space colony

  • Follow a mysterious young woman as she guides you past dangerous terrain and deadly life forms.

Customer reviews

85

A captivating and interesting game all the way through

BlockAgent | Sept. 10, 2014 | See all BlockAgent's reviews »

Lifeless Planet grips you from the opening cutscene and doesn't let go until its over. The game is full of "oh wow" moments where you just have to stop, look around and take in the environment. The game is very atmospheric. I loved how the game gave me multiple ways to get to where I was going. I never felt like I was trapped in a linear, small world. I always felt like I had the entire planet of Mars to explore. The game has a great story of which I cannot tell you anything about because..you know...spoilers. I recommend this game to everyone as it is a solid and fun astronaut adventure.

100

Play it to the end. No regrets.

hateah | Aug. 24, 2014 | See all hateah's reviews »

That's an amazing game with amazing story, in an amazing word with amazing art style. You land on an lifeless planted, crashing your aircraft and looking for your crew. The movement system is very very good, the graphics are amazing,it's not 1st person, but it isn't should be neither. You have quests during the game especially in the beginning like find supplies to survive, or to keep moving. That game is for the fans of the sci-fi action games. You won't regret buying that master piece.

68

Had a lot of potential

884okeoJ | July 7, 2014 | See all 884okeoJ's reviews »

Lifeless Planet isn't a bad game by any means, but it has a lot of wasted potential. It's a very interesting concept that can shine at times, such as the feeling of adventure as you explore the titular planet. However, it has the same problem that many other games such as DayZ have. There really isn't a whole lot to do aside from the main mission.

It would have been nice to see some side objectives to break up the monotony of the main mission. The graphics are okay, but the game's performance is lackluster. For such an okay-looking game, you shouldn't need at least a GTX 640 to play on high settings. There are frame drops at points, which break the game's otherwise great immersion. In conclusion, Lifeless Planet is a good game that could have been a great one if it had more time to be worked on.

100

Nice story and great atmosphere

daraya79 | July 4, 2014 | See all daraya79's reviews »

If you liked The Swapper, this is the game for you. The game has a sensational overwhelming atmosphere, compounded with great soundtrack and quite interesting story. Minimalistic, although beautiful 3D graphics makes the planet looks really desolate and you can actually feel like You were totally alone there. Puzzles are not very demanding because base of this game is exploring and admiration of the planet. Honestly recommend.

67

Lifeless Planet: I'm a bit lifeless after play this game

mrminecrafter1 | June 19, 2014 | See all mrminecrafter1's reviews »

I'm not really a huge of adventure games. This may be the reason why. The environment is basically bare which leaves the planet lifeless. It makes sense considering the title of the game is "Lifeless Planet" but it makes for a really boring game. Graphics are amazing in this game. It's Crysis-level amazing but it has that sense it's simply beautiful. A bit of light platforming here and there, but it's not really enough to sell it as a platformer game. Story-wise, it's pretty decent. Bored the hell out of me, but this is because of my personal preference of games. After a friend's recommendation, I played his copy of the game and I now regret the decision to play.