Some places are best left alone even if advances in space travel make visits to remote parts of the universe a possibility. See what's at the far end of the universe and plan your escape. A breathtakingly exciting expedition to a distant world ventures into uncharted territory - on a faraway planet, total destruction threatens ALL.
Join Elizabeth Campton and her close colleague Steve on a routine voyage that turns into a real adventure. As an exobiologist and space explorer, Elizabeth is no stranger to danger. Still, the threats she encounters are more than she thought could ever face all at once, especially with her dear friend Steve by her side.
From bad weather, to emergency ship repairs, to landing in jail, to healing a princess - Elizabeth has found herself in a series of binds. Then, it gets worse! A comet is on a collision course with the planet! Everyone is in grave danger. Elizabeth gains permission to visit a forbidden deserted city, where she finds a transport ship that can save everyone, but it's in disrepair.
You can save the entire world. In a new dimension where the future, past and present intertwine, only your skill and cunning can bring you back home. An exciting galactic drama will challenge your every move. Escape from the Far End of the Universe!
This isn't really a bad game, it is overall quite alright. It has an interesting sci-fi setting, some exploration of a derelict city and the difficulty is a little higher then typical for these kinds of games, which is refreshing. So far so good, a solid hidden object game. Where the game however fails at is at the end or the lack of it. The story jumps all over the place and then the game just rolls the credits. A 3 second outro is all you get and plenty of questions stay unanswered. The game doesn't even do a good job of explaining the problem you are trying to solve in the first place. I don't expect a great story from a hidden object game, but this one really could have used some polish. So overall, it was ok, but it left me with far to much of a "What?that's it?" at the end.
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