Life has ceased. Man is but a myth. And now, even the machines have begun to fail. Lead Horatio Nullbuilt and his sarcastic sidekick Crispin on a journey through the crumbling world of Primordia, facing malfunctioning robots, ancient secrets, and an implacable, power-hungry foe.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 dic. 2012

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"Primordia es el comienzo de algo nuevo."
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Acerca de este juego

¿Qué ha pasado con los humanos?

Situado en un mundo postapocalíptico repleto de máquinas abandonadas, Primordia narra la historia de Horatio Nullbuilt, un estoico robot que aprecia su soledad e independencia. Horatio pasa sus días estudiando el Libro del Hombre, entrenando con su compañero androide Crispin y jugueteando con la nave a la que llaman hogar. Una existencia pacífica que se ve amenazada cuando un astuto robot roba la fuente de energía que nuestra pareja necesita para sobrevivir.


Cuando la búsqueda de energía de Horatio y Crispin los lleva a la deslumbrante ciudad de Metropol, algo tan simple como la recuperación de su fuente de energía robada los lleva a realizar un inesperado descubrimiento sobre los orígenes de Horatio y a una nueva comprensión de los legendarios humanos que caminaron sobre la tierra antes que él.

Características Principales


  • Una historia épica sobre la extinción de la raza humana
  • Voces a cargo del favorito de los fans Logan Cunningham
  • Espléndida ambientación postapocalíptica
  • Puzles opcionales: cuanto más juegues, más aprenderás sobre el mundo

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP2 o posterior
    • Procesador: Pentium o superior
    • Memoria: 64 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 1.5 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Compatible con DirectX 5 o posterior
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nein
( 5.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de julio
i thought i had won...... but i was wrong.......
......ten, out of ten.
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デインヘリオ
( 8.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de julio
Sometimes you need to nourish the little seed in your little mind to remember why you do what you do, even though it might lead to nothing meaningful, still costs a life-time of mastering the most complex of human endeavours. The biggest means to accomplish that so far were Choice of Robots, SOMA, The Talos Principle and, as of now, Primordia.

Funny, I never cared about Point&Click-Adventures before.
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The chaser
( 7.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de julio
Simplemente precioso, 9.5/10.

Primordia es un juego que consigue mezclar aventura, puzzles, distopia, e incluso humor, de una forma que jamás había visto. El juego en sí mismo contiene cierta carga de tristeza pues prácticamente todo está destruido/decrépito, pero, incluso siendo un juego basado en pixel-art, consigue maravillarte con todos los niveles. Todo tiene un contexto y está bien construido, la historia está magistralmente desarrollada y no tiene agujeros, además de contar con varios finales. Además, este juego pondrá a prueba tu ética en ciertas partes.

La música, aunque no es lo que más destaca, ciertamente encaja a la perfección y más de una vez querrás quedarte en una zona para escucharla.

Lo único que puede tirar a alguien hacia atrás es la jugabilidad, en ocasiones puede resultar algo frustrante pues el personaje no se mueve muy rápido, y el sistema para usar objetos es un tanto rudimentario.

Otro apartado notable es la dificultad, a la cual le pongo muy alta. No en el sentido de que puedas morir, pues es imposible, si no que los rompecabezas que se nos presentan suelen ser verdaderos rompecabezas, y puedes pasarte mucho tiempo intentando resolver algo. Es más, da igual el orden en el que consigas objetos: no te olvides de uno solo, porque habrá cosas que las usarás todo el juego.

Aquí acaba mi análisis. Aunque es una historia completamente lineal en la que no tienes casi nada de libertad para desarrollar la historia de diferentes formas, es ciertamente una grandísima experiencia que recomendaría a cualquiera que disfrute de una buena historia.
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The Jumping Ghost
( 11.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de julio
I held of on buying this game for a very long time due to how minimal it seemed, but after playing it I wished I hadn't done so. This game is as close to flawless as an adventure game can ever be. It has the best writing and the best soundtrack of any video game I've played and has a surprisingly deep setting and lore to it, which is impressive considering the small size of the game world. With just a few locations, it creates a realistic world that had me immersed for hours.

The story and atmosphere of the game did a remarkable job of drawing me in and building tension, but where I believe the game stands out the most is in its setting. The game takes place in a future in which life has long been extinct and Man has become a mythical deity worshipped by the remaining robots that now wander the lifeless desert that covers the earth, or even dismissed altogether as nothing more than legend. Glass and light have become precious resources and what little remains of human invention is constantly scrapped to build new robots. This is the kind of creativity that is lacking in most adventure games, and the subtlety with which it was presented was refreshing.

It was surprising to see a post-apocalyptic setting in which humans take only a background role and the nature of the world before is long forgotten. Rather than barrage the player with the history of the world, Primordia puts the story and gameplay first while allowing players to discover the lore on their own, avoiding many (though not quite all) of the tropes that plague post-apocalyptic, dystopian, and robotic science fiction settings.

The game takes itself seriously and the comic relief exists for the amusement of the characters rather than that of the player, which is a skillful way of keeping the story believable, though Crispin's lines did make me cringe in more than a few points. The primary cause of the chaotic dystopia is the degradation and corruption of the robots' programming, which becomes increasingly apparent as more of them are encountered. All of the robots from the days of the humans are dead, insane, or rebuilt to the point of having no memories of the previous era, and the world inhabited by the rusting automotons that remain of civilization is chaotic, unpredictable, and bleak. The dramatic irony of many characters' situations as well as the limited color palette contribute a depressing and hopeless tone that makes this an especially memorable experience.

Primordia is an essential contribution to the adventure genre of computer games, and one that I will gladly recommend to anyone who has an interest in interactive stories. If you are considering getting Primordia, then please do yourself a favor and don't make the mistake I made of waiting for several years before buying it.
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Offline
( 8.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de julio
The story told in Primordia is as deep as the story that is untold. This is a sign of very good quality writting and I cannot reccomend enough to give it a try. The voice acting coupled with a few sound effects, and a very good soundtrack helps the story telling a lot.

Gameplay wise, there isn't much to say as the point and click adventure game nature kinda limits its possibilities. However, I noticed that some puzzle have several solutions, you can sometime use you sidekick to do things for you or just left click on him for a hint.

Loved it !
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Cymek
( 8.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
Great art, engaging story. However, the game has a critical flaw that permeates the entire experience: discovering how to progress is less an exercise in logic and more an exercise in clicking and walking the world. Many of the components of each puzzle are only tangentially related, oftentimes only in the most esoteric ways. Progression is further hindered by the game's lack of robust programming. Sometimes you will try something that should work, only to find out that you were supposed to perform that action through slightly different mechanisms.

The game also does not handle choices well. Now, there aren't many story-altering choices to make in this game, but the creators should have given the player more indications of what the effects of their actions would be, as well as more indication that certain paths could have been taken. I felt cheated out of the ending I would have chosen because of the problem I mentioned above. I clicked on something, nothing happened, and I went on my way, not realizing that I could have performed the intended action. This changed the ultimate ending.

Still very much recommended, but don't be ashamed to open up a guidebook if you get stuck.

Edit: Also, the save system was bad. They could have easily done it better.
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Czarny
( 9.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de julio
great story ! even better characters !
if you like dirty sf and funny dialoge its for you
i even dont like puzzels, for help you have your companion

the best point and click i ever play
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HoneyBadger (Martimus)
( 7.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 18 de julio
I can say, without any exaggeration, that this is hands down one of the best adventure games I have ever played in my 40 years of life. I binge played it in a day from start to finish and I could not stop. It's amazing. 5 alternate endings, multiple ways to solve certain puzzles, amazing storyline, beautiful ambience and timeline, and fantastic "life lesson." 10/10. I wish I could lobotimize myself and forget this game and play it again from the beginning.
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Astyanax
( 9.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de julio
P&C Adventure.
A strange android and his sarcastic famulus explore a robotic, dystopian, rust-red near apocalyptic world.

Plus Side:
Great Setting, good plot and writing, beautiful artworks.
Puzzles are decent and strongly intertwined with story & theme (not just abstract lever sequences).
Great ending(s)!

Minus:
Could be bigger.
Hardcore Adventurios will blast through in one, albeit long, day
Lastly, the game could communicate some plot aspects better, if only through repetition. Miss a few dialogues and you might miss out on some twists.



Verdict:
3,5/5

Absolutely delightful surprise.
Even some seemingly not-so-polished mechanics, like the clunky datapad, for instance, just add to the game's rusty charm.
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Peekayismad
( 7.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de julio
Great!
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7.2 h registradas
Publicado el 24 de julio
Simplemente precioso, 9.5/10.

Primordia es un juego que consigue mezclar aventura, puzzles, distopia, e incluso humor, de una forma que jamás había visto. El juego en sí mismo contiene cierta carga de tristeza pues prácticamente todo está destruido/decrépito, pero, incluso siendo un juego basado en pixel-art, consigue maravillarte con todos los niveles. Todo tiene un contexto y está bien construido, la historia está magistralmente desarrollada y no tiene agujeros, además de contar con varios finales. Además, este juego pondrá a prueba tu ética en ciertas partes.

La música, aunque no es lo que más destaca, ciertamente encaja a la perfección y más de una vez querrás quedarte en una zona para escucharla.

Lo único que puede tirar a alguien hacia atrás es la jugabilidad, en ocasiones puede resultar algo frustrante pues el personaje no se mueve muy rápido, y el sistema para usar objetos es un tanto rudimentario.

Otro apartado notable es la dificultad, a la cual le pongo muy alta. No en el sentido de que puedas morir, pues es imposible, si no que los rompecabezas que se nos presentan suelen ser verdaderos rompecabezas, y puedes pasarte mucho tiempo intentando resolver algo. Es más, da igual el orden en el que consigas objetos: no te olvides de uno solo, porque habrá cosas que las usarás todo el juego.

Aquí acaba mi análisis. Aunque es una historia completamente lineal en la que no tienes casi nada de libertad para desarrollar la historia de diferentes formas, es ciertamente una grandísima experiencia que recomendaría a cualquiera que disfrute de una buena historia.
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Publicado el 26 de junio
Wow! Just as good as any great 1991 era point and click adventure. Story, atmosphere, characters, art -- and it has like 7 different endings, and they were all great. Super recommend.
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9.6 h registradas
Publicado el 28 de junio
One of the best Point and Click games I have EVER played!
From the environment to Horatio's character development and to the story, everything was set perfectly to match each other and resulting in something unique and excelllent in its very own way.

I give it a 9 out of 10.

PS: There is more than 4 Endings, Enjoy!
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11.7 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de julio
This game will make you think.
Not only is the story executed so well, it makes you think philosophically about ideas like
majority rules, utilitarinism (chosing to benefit the society over an individual who may deserve it) and moral absolutism (Abiding by the law is imperative no matter what)
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Publicado el 5 de julio
This game is a masterpiece. At the time of this review, I just finished my first playthrough. I refused to use wiki, and this game made a fool out of me. All of my friends died and I ultimately was outsmarted. Going into my next playthrough, I know of several things I will do differently, hopefully to get a better outcome. I am possessed with the desire to outsmart metromind and beat the system. My advice to anyone who plays this game is to be patient and try to solve problems without looking up the walkthrough. The solutions do make sense, but sometimes it takes a while to figure it out. Don't be afraid to sleep on it and think about it. In conclusion, Primordia is a work of art that allows you to be completely lost in time. If this game had come out in the 90's, we would all be playing primordia 4 right now. If for some reason I lost my ownership of this game, I would buy it again, and pay full price for it.
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Publicado el 24 de julio
Sometimes you need to nourish the little seed in your little mind to remember why you do what you do, even though it might lead to nothing meaningful, still costs a life-time of mastering the most complex of human endeavours. The biggest means to accomplish that so far were Choice of Robots, SOMA, The Talos Principle and, as of now, Primordia.

Funny, I never cared about Point&Click-Adventures before.
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Publicado el 28 de junio
Awesome point-n-click game with a great story, setting and art style.
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10.2 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de julio
This game looks like something that came out of an old computer. But that retro look is kinda refreshing. As of July 2016, i had to manually turn my second screen off in windows for the game to start. Also, the windowed mode doesn't seem to be resizable. The story is compelling enough to play until the end. But, you can probably finish this game in a weekend. I would give it 3 star out of 5.
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Publicado el 3 de julio
If at least one of these is true:

- You like games with good writing and deep plot
- You think dystopic Machinarium would be awesome
- You loved the narrator's voice in Bastion

... then you should definitely play Primordia. It's a solid piece of point-and-click set in a post-nuclear world inhabited by sentient robots built by mythic Man, worshipped by some and hated by others. 10/10.
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Publicado el 27 de junio
This game will forever be in my list of favourite games.
The story, the art, the voice acting, the WORLD and all of it so genuine. Even though all those aspects arn't speical to gaming, all these strengths would not be so powerful in any other medium. You live in this world, and it's just the right amount of familiar and so foreign. At least for me.

If I ever stop recommending this game it will be too soon.
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