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New puzzles, new disasters, and a healthy dose of scones are now available as part of a free update to 39 Days to Mars that launched today. The game is also 20% off for the week to celebrate!

39 Days to Mars Store Page

The Additional Victorian Adventure update contains a variety of new puzzles devised to stretch your brain and your co-ordination in new, fun, and unusual ways. The content slips seamlessly into the existing story, making the ill-fated 19th century adventure a little longer and a little more puzzling.

So grab your walking sticks and join or revisit Sir Albert Wickes and The Right Honourable Clarence Baxter in this co-operative steampunk puzzle-adventure.  Work together on the problems that arise to keep the two hapless engineers alive; prevent the ship from falling apart around them; and successfully pilot the HMS Fearful on its maiden voyage to Mars.

39 Days to Mars and the additional content is available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux.

I hope that you enjoy playing it, and I'm more than happy to talk about the development and answer any questions about it!

I'm happy to announce that purchases here on Itch now come with a Steam key, for those achievement hunters and steam-controller users!

Thank you very much! I hope you enjoy playing it :).

Thank You!

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I've been working on 39 Days to mars in my spare time - and more recently full time - for over four years (it Kickstarted in 2014!). It's been quite the development journey, from a throw-away prototype through to the final version today.

Check it out on the store page here (plus it's 20% off for launch week!):

39 Days to Mars on

 And the trailer is here:

 I'm so very happy that it's finally out, and excited that everyone can now play it! I love discussing development, so questions & comments are more than welcome!

Thank you :). Hopefully the gameplay lives up to the graphics!

Thanks! And yes - even though there's a single player mode, it's definitely the best experience playing it cooperatively.

I finally got my project page up for 39 Days to Mars.

I've been working on this project part-time for nearly 4 years, and I'm excited to finally be releasing it! It comes out on Steam and on the 25th of April.

Embark on the 19th century's most unreliable spaceship in this 2 player couch co-op adventure. When the steam engine runs out of coal, the ship's cat shreds the navigation chart, and the tea gets cold, it becomes clear that interstellar transportation isn't a walk in the park. It will take the talents of two players working together on the problems that arise to get to Mars in one piece.