Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest it's a traditional 2D point'n'click game with retro-pixel style graphics. It's an adventure game, a game with heart, about space ship's engineer Odysseus Kosmos and his service robot Barton Quest.
Download pilot demo episode for free (pilot episode is really shorter than any of the future five full episodes, yet it delivers a small independent story).
Imagine you're a talented and funny ship's engineer, part of the crew of a ship on a voyage to a black hole deep in outer space. Your shipmates are down on the surface of a planet where time moves far, far slower and you, along with your robot, have been waiting for years for them to return to your orbital station.
The situation looks pretty bleak - but never lose heart! There is a host of scientific problems to solve and experiments to conduct, an enormous ship that only you can keep in working order, and a star system dominated by a black hole that hides incalculable secrets, which turns out to affect your ship in strange and unexpected ways. Your future is full of surprises!
Now this is a game about a black guy stuck in an endless space near a black hole. Apparently, this circumstance somehow affects the player, because this game is very addictive! With a cool-looking pixel art reminiscent of the good old games from the 90s, well-written dialogues imbued with humor, an interesting story, a pleasant soundtrack, tons of references and Easter eggs, engaging puzzles and some really witty jokes, Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest makes for a very good point and click adventure, with which you can spend an exciting evening or two. The game is intriguing, funny and entertaining. In general, I do not understand how you would not fall in love with it at first sight!
Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest has a lot of potential to be yet another point and click smash hit, because it has everything in place. Graphics are wonderful in style, done pixel art and actually have a lot of detail, so you know what is what and you can clearly see everything. While sound is nothing to write home about, the writing so far is pretty good, with great humour and references and all of that is not forced a lot and there are barely any eye-rolling moments. The only downside of this game is that it is episodic, so it is hard to judge the game as a whole, when only thing that is available is 2-3 hours long pretty good one episode. If all episodes will be of quality this high and with that kind of length, it will be really good classic point and click game heavily inspired by early 80s/late 90s adventure games. Overall, the game has a lot of promise, but for now it is little short on content, although there is no doubt the content itself is pretty good.
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