"The first graphic adventure game of recent memory to be truly worthy of being compared to the triumphs of the glory days." –Hardcore Gaming 101
"Terrific and incredibly polished. Something you can't afford to miss." -IndieGames.com
What happened to the humans?
Set in a post-apocalyptic world strewn with cast-off machines, Primordia tells the story of Horatio Nullbuilt, a stoic robot who values his solitude and independence.
Horatio spends his days studying the Book of Man, sparring with his droid companion Crispin, and tinkering with the airship they call home — a peaceful existence that becomes threatened when a rogue robot steals the energy source that the pair needs to survive.
When Horatio and Crispin’s search for energy brings them to the dazzling city of Metropol, the simple quest to recover their stolen power core leads to unexpected discoveries about Horatio’s origins and a new understanding of the legendary humans who walked the earth before him.
An epic storyline about the extinction of the human race
Voiceover work starring fan favorite Logan Cunningham (Bastion)
Gorgeous post-apocalyptic setting
Optional puzzles - learn more about the world the more you play
Primordia is a point and click adventure where you start off as Horatio, a robot that desperately tries to get back his power source, along with his faithful sidekick. You inevitably end up in Metropol, the city of light, where you discover its history and remember your past. Personally, I find the story more interesting than anything wadget eye has had to offer so far (better than the blackwell series and gemini rue imho) and it is the main reason I recommend this game. + Interesting dialogues and story + Funny sidekick + Graphic style is old but pretty + Multiple endings - Humor can be a bit silly at times - Low resolution
There's very little premise to set the baseline of a story for a protagonist having no memory. It is a tale that has been done over and over to the point of cliche however Primordia does well to avert itself from the dying breed of distasteful and bland storytelling. This game employs (the ever growing) point and click with left clicking actioning your avatar to interact and right click to examine. Simple yet sufficient. The art style is a reminiscent 16 bit direction that effectively references earlier LucasArts games in this genre. Primordia is a wonderful, witty and loaded with human personality which is only let down by its short narrative just as when you're emotionally ready to fully explore what the world has to offer in all of its beautiful creations. A solid form of story telling and one I would recommend to others who place this above complex gameplay.
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