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A jam submission

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Space doll house with exciting plot. Play as robot android on space station.
Submitted by morozov — 13 hours, 19 minutes before the deadline

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Ranked from 27 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.



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Nice graphics! I included it in my LibGDX Jam compilation video series, if you would like to take a look :)


gets me a little dizzy lol


Good job with the characters and text. They are always doing some stuff, slepping, running, drinking, very cool. To be honest, I was answering the questions considering destroy everything and I liked the answers of the NPCs, haha.

Great Game!


Nice game! The ring-world look is great. Also liked the clean graphics. Walking took a bit more patient then I could muster and I quit after 3 days. Would be nice if there was some way quicker to get around the space ship.


Very nice graphics. It would make the game a little easier if it was clearer what you should click on.


I'm really impressed with the level of immersion and depth of what you can do. Gotta be honest, though. The walk speed was so slow that I couldn't make myself play through it all. I'd love to see an updated version. Nice work!


Thanks everybody for good reviews. I'll give you little tips for walkthrough. (Jack, Sebastian, Michael, Jack, Avi, Mario, Ivan, Patrick, Sofia, Clara, Jack)


great looking game, you feel the people have lives and jobs that they get on with (really you're going for a jog and a burrito in an emergency?!??! :) but as was mentioned, there's a lack of information and the guy moves really slow so I never found navigation...

The atmosphere is amazing! Really good job.

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This game gave me vertigo :D Super cool variation on classical point and click adventures. The crew on the ship feels alive, not only because they have a day/night cycle, but also due to the animations which are neat. The movement could be faster.


Graphics and animations are great but just like Broken Shotgun, I also wished there was a way to move faster. I enjoyed the dialogue too. Try to get the script proofread by a native speaker if you wanna develop the idea further.

Cool stuff!


Looks great and fun idea! Poor robot, some people are so mean to him, but he's always smiling.

I do wish there was a way to run and I also wish you could tell who you can interact with other than memorizing names, like maybe mouse cursor change to a bubble.