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Engine
RAGS
Rating
G
Language
English
Release Date
08/07/2015
Last Update
08/07/2015
Version
0.02
Development
Alpha/Demo
Likes
35
Contest
Deep Ocean
Orig PC Gender
Male
Adult Themes
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Mother Ocean

After a disaster on the Chryseis ocean world, eight hundred members of the terraforming crew are temporarily killed.  Using copies of their braintapes, it may be possible to someday restore them back to life, but in the meantime, there aren't enough crew members to finish building the colony.  There's only one way to gain back the lost population, and the surviving crew members aren't exactly looking forward to it...


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Review by bearclaw01234

Version reviewed: 0.02 on 10/10/2016


I'm wondering-  How can anyone write a review for this if there's no download link (or even a play online link) for it??  Reading the reviews got me atleast somewhat interested in trying this out, but how can i try it out if there's no way to play it??  Please add a download link to this, Thank Ye.


Review by Preggy Sue

Version reviewed: 0.02 on 08/12/2015


Very well written. IThe authors work on this story is apparent. Trust me, I know how to break science fiction. This all works and I very much look forward to playing future installments of this game


Review by TheDarkAce

Version reviewed: 0.02 on 08/10/2015


This game has a very interesting set-up. I hope to see more updates for it soon :)


Review by curious

Version reviewed: 0.02 on 08/08/2015


i havent played this game yet, but these tags fit my tastes exactly.

judging from what others have said, there isnt much to review anyway. subbed and waiting for more.


Review by Gromelon

Version reviewed: 0.02 on 08/08/2015


Interesting story, solid writing. Not much content yet, but what's already there is more interesting to read than most completed games out there. Additinal love for a well-thought sci-fi setting - whole magic thing is so overused it's not even funny anymore, and authors attempting on taking futuristic approach usually butcher the whole potential of it by making it "like magic, but with computers". This here is textbook example of how much potential sci-fi TF really have.

 

Keep it up.


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