Twin Sector

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Third party DRM: Steam

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The story of Twin Sector takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where the remains of mankind have been put to artificial sleep in cryogenic chambers deep under the contaminated surface of earth - until the planet becomes habitable again. You as the player must take the role of Ashley Simms, the protagonist of Twin Sector.

Suddenly awakened by the station's security A.I. system O.S.C.A.R., you face the imminent extinction of all other still sleeping survivors due to an unknown failure in the life support system. According to O.S.C.A.R., you are the only person who was able to be woken and therefore the only individual capable of saving mankind. Within the next ten hours you will need to repair the broken main generator of the subterranean bunker system in order to reestablish the station's functionality. But there are yet unknown forces trying to prevent you from succeeding at all costs.

Twin Sector is a thrilling physics-based action-adventure which allows players free interaction with their environment. Using the advantages of the powerful HAVOK-Engine, innumerable puzzles, challenges and enemies await the players in a hostile and threatening futuristic environment.

Key Features:

  • More than 15 challenging missions

  • Thrilling and exciting storyline

  • Innovative gameplay

  • Physics-based action-adventure

  • Solve challenging puzzles in different ways

Customer reviews


A decent FPS puzzle game, with action touches

imkrut | Nov. 4, 2015 | See all imkrut's reviews »

This is quite a hidden gem, underrated by most, it's a nice mix of FPS puzzle games (similar to Portal or QUBE) and action. There are some minimal flaws here and there, specially compared to much more polished games like Portal 2, but overall it's a very enjoyable experience. Most puzzles revolve around your power gloves which allow you to pull or push energy and interact with your surroundings to get by, the gameplay feels fresh enough, and although the graphics are a bit dated by today standards they still look pretty nice. If you enjoy the FPS puzzle genre and you want to try something new, I'd deffo recommend this game.