Lemuria: Lost in Space is a unique adventure, full of mysteries, puzzles and shocking discoveries. It's a combination of point 'n click adventure, RPG and survival game.
The Intriguing Story:
The Lemuria 7 spaceship has been missing for over 70 years.
Now it is back in the Solar System, however there are no crew members on it. It's also unclear how the Lemuria 7 has returned and why it has been seriously damaged.
In Lemuria: Lost in Space, you play as Abrix - the robot with AI that may operate in extreme temperatures, high levels of radiation and that yields weapon and hacking modules in order to explore the whole ship.
Abrix has an ability to overrun security systems. The unique hacking mini-game will challenge your math, geographic and logical thinking skills. There is no time to check Wikipedia - every mistake costs you valuable resources!
Abrix has a special software that allows him to upgrade himself during the mission. You need to be very careful - if you run out of batteries or an anti-radiation cloak, the mission is aborted and the game is over.
In order to explore over 100 rooms of the spaceship, you'll need to solve dozens of puzzles, find valuable resources for the robot and fight with security turrets and other enemies patrolling the ship.
Solving puzzles not only rewards you with priceless resources, but also uncovers the story of the lost crew of Lemuria 7. The level of challenge depends on difficulty - so choose wisely or you'll need to start from scratch.
Lemuria: Lost in Space is a cool game, I like the atmosphere and the cool graphics that does not strain my old laptop too hard. The only thing that bothered me a bit is the difficulty level, but all in all, you can also use the codes that are available. Generally, very positive experience.
Lemuria Lost in Space is a point and click sci-fi puzzle game that has you controlling a robot with an AI as it explores a ship that was formerly missing. Puzzles are often overly simple, involving you moving back and forth between areas to use newly acquired key-cards, or redirecting beams, or performing simple tasks like using obvious items in the spot where it is needed. Hacking can involve answering out of place questions and can be something that requires you to do it more to improve your ability to access new systems. Your robot will need to mange its coolant and radiation levels which ends up only adding a layer of frustration to the game. There are moments with combat where you will click on a weapon from the inventory and then click on enemies multiple times as a poor animation plays until they are destroyed, it can be possible to sneak by a patrol route but that doesn't work well with the point and click movement system. Lemuria doesn't do the main things it sets out to do well enough to make the game particularly memorable and adds in features that don't feel like they belong in the game at all or that just don't add anything to the experience.
If you've ever been stuck over which game genre to play, this game might be the answer you're looking for. On the surface it's a story about an AI trying to work out what happened to the spaceship, but within the narrative exists a wide range of genres including role-playing, puzzles, and survival. The gameplay is oddly hooking, blending all of these genres into a seamless experience. I would score the game higher, but I found that the emphasis on solving puzzles while trying to learn the story had a negative impact on the plot. Nonetheless, this game is certainly worth trying.
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