Crash-landed on a desolate, alien planet, what should've been a routine work-for-hire job for Powell has become a deadly mission to save the merchant vessel Morningstar and her crew. With one man dead and the captain gravely injured, Powell is on his own to repair the ship and find a way to escape the strange gravity well of the empty planet they've landed on.Read full description
Crash-landed on a desolate, alien planet, what should've been a routine work-for-hire job for Powell has become a deadly mission to save the merchant vessel Morningstar and her crew. With one man dead and the captain gravely injured, Powell is on his own to repair the ship and find a way to escape the strange gravity well of the empty planet they've landed on.
And if the situation weren't dire enough, the only signs of life on the planet are the remains of a much larger and better equipped ship and her crew, all dead, and not by natural means. What--or who--brought down these ships and is killing their crews? For what reason? And can Powell find a way off-planet before he shares the same fate?
Experience a thrilling sci-fi adventure, packed with gorgeous HD graphics, brand-new puzzles and scenes, and an all-new, streamlined interface
Newly remastered cinematics display the haunting landscapes in glorious high definition
Uncover the mystery of Deadrock through new and optimized puzzles and an extended storyline
The alien planet of Deadrock comes alive with full voice acting and engrossing sound effects
Includes an atmospheric remastered soundtrack with over 30 minutes of original music
This game took me a little under 3 hours to complete and there's absolutely no replay value to be had, but if you can get it on sale, it's worth a playthrough. It's a typical point and click game, nothing too challenging. You basically just click everything on the screen to examine as much as you can, pick up items, then use those items elsewhere to further the game. There's a few puzzles, a couple of which require a little thought, but nothing overly hard that will stump you for very long. The game only gets a little hard toward the end because the puzzles are a little more complex and it's not entirely obvious or clear what you need to do. The graphics are nice and the environments are varied and nice to look at. If you like these kinds of games, this is a must buy.
During a routine mission, due to an electromagnetic anomaly, the Morningstar, the ship on which he was traveling our crew, has made an emergency landing on a planet. Survived the crash only Powell, played by the player, and his captain, Novak, although seriously injured. Our goal will be to survive the deadly desert on the planet and, at the same time, restart the engines of the spacecraft to leave the wilderness on which, unfortunately, we were catapulted. This is a classic point-and-click adventure based on where the player must find items, combine them or use them with devices or instruments present in the game - with the possibility of seeking advice via radio to your captain , which we will also indicate the objectives to follow. In this regard a limit encountered is the relative ease of the puzzle, that still allow users to enjoy a fairly fluid of the story, which, in the intentions of the developers, should be the central aspect of the gameplay. An adventure without much expectation, in which there is absolutely nothing of innovative, which is totally lacking originality, representing a way of doing adventure games out of date. The game may be of interest to some lovers of sci-fi stories and those who like to experiment with the puzzle / adventure game is not particularly challenging.
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