You are John T. Longy, a night-watchman at JUPITER, a secret base, set in an old, partially abandoned research facility in a remote countryside location. JUPITER is the main laboratory of the OLYMPUS GROUP.
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"First person puzzle-heavy adventure set to a rich sci-fi style. A suspenseful setting that is detailed and vibrant in a grotesque, organic sort of way."
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5 Março

Albedo Update - 5th March - Albedo can now be played to completion!

The final levels have now been added!

Such an ominous room...


Changelog

  • 3 new levels including ending!
  • Voice acting implemented
  • German language added (Game text)
  • Russian language added (Game text)
  • Portuguese language added (Game text)
  • Polish language added (Game text - work in progress)
  • Spanish language added (Game text - work in progress) by Tanausu Gomez (http://www.cadetesdelespacio.es)
  • More hints added
  • Minigame hints added and skip button (In easy mode)
  • Gamepad Support (Work in progress)
  • Level goals in the game menu
  • Added more settings (Vsync, voice over volume, and more)
  • Many Bug fixes.

A huge thanks to those who have assisted with the localisation! You guys rock!

Space and time warp around you...


The obligatory sneak peek:

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11 Fevereiro

Let us introduce you to the voice of John T. Longy!

Here it is!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPP1FN9ZiN4

The voice acting comes from our friend Jake 'The Voice' Parr, a skillful actor! Soon we’ll tell you more...and soon you’ll be playing Albedo with the super-amazing voice of Longy!

And by the way; a postcard from a sweet place in Jupiter Station...you'll see a lot of funny friends to take a picnic with!


Ciao and HF!
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“By the standards of many independent game titles, and most modern games for that matter, Albedo’s visuals are striking and extremely impressive.”
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“Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space looks like something you'd get if you spliced together The Residents, BioShock and Myst, and it definitely stands out from the crowd.”
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“Merge Games has just announced Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space, a first-person puzzle/first person shooter title set in a goofy sci-fi world.”
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You are John T. Longy, a night-watchman at JUPITER, a secret base, set in an old, partially abandoned research facility in a remote countryside location.
JUPITER is the main laboratory of the OLYMPUS GROUP. The scientists there are conducting research on SPACE and TIME, but perhaps there is more to the experiments than meets the eye…
It's a boring night like many others... when, suddenly, BOOM! You hear a loud noise outside. Then… black out.
You awaken in a basement feeling confused. You have fallen through the floor above...
You begin encountering unusual organisms: green tentacles cover the rooms and one-eyed creatures. Is this all because of some sort of biological experiment gone wrong?
Explore the JUPITER base, unravel the mysteries and solve the problems that lie ahead. Fight for your survival as you close in on the secret behind the appearance of these creatures.


  • Stunning 3D environments and detailed objects.
  • First person shooter elements mixed into puzzle / adventure gameplay.
  • 20 detailed rooms to explore, each full of mystery, strange visions and intricate puzzles to solve and escape the room.
  • Outside of introductory scene game is completed entirely of in-game footage and does not use cut-scenes(yes, even the outdoor FPS footage is in game).
  • An advanced physics engine making object interaction extremely immersive. Pick up and use objects as you would expect to in reality.
  • Over 100 items to interact with.
  • Unique hint system using a device to ‘see into the future’ to help solve complex problems.
  • A 60’s Sci-Fi pulp movie inspired narrative, with plenty of mystery and suspense!
  • Multiple challenging mini-games
  • Find the hidden areas, easter eggs and achievements
  • Realistic sound effects will envelope you in your surroundings.
  • An estimated 8 hours of challenging gameplay!

Requisitos do Sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or higher
    • Processor: 1.80GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 512MB of VRAM, shadermodel 3.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Mouse with scroll wheel
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 / 8.1
    • Processor: Quad core 2.4GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 1GB of VRAM, shadermodel 3.0
    • Hard Drive: 1100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Mouse with scroll wheel and right mouse button
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OSX 10.7 Lion or higher
    • Processor: 1.80GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 512 MB of VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 1100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Mouse with scroll wheel
    Recommended:
    • Processor: Quad core 2.4GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card with 1GB of VRAM, shadermodel 3.0
    • Hard Drive: 1100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Mouse with scroll wheel and right mouse button
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
14.0 hrs em registo
Publicada: 16 Março
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Albedo – Eyes from Outer Space is essentially a first-person adventure game and I love it. It’s tricky too with the puzzles certainly giving your brain a workout, but lateral thinking will get you through and you’ll end up kicking yourself at the solution.

The 50s sci-fi graphics are spot on and the game oozes atmosphere. I encountered one or two minor ♥♥♥♥les but the game is in Early Access (out very soon I reckon) and the one-man team (yes, this game has been made by one guy!) is super fast with his updates.

I cannot recommend Albedo – Eyes from Outer Space highly enough, it rocks!
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3.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 12 Março
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This game is awesome. It's so challenging that I don't think I'll ever get bored with it and the whole 60's sci-fy theme is unique and reminds me of the fallout series :)
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Publicada: 8 Março
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Great game with frequent updates, soon to be out of early access.

The 1950s science fiction atmosphere in this game is something unique.

Might be a bit short but it is very detailed and well made.

Definitely recommended.
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Publicada: 10 Março
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First, Let me preface this by saying that this game is made by ONE person...Fabrizio Zagaglia. What this man has accomplished by himself is remarkable.

Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space is a first person action puzzle sci-fi game. Where you play a man trying to escape a lab during what seems to be an alien invasion.

This game is just gorgeous looking. I've only played a few hours so far but according to the most recent update you can play through the full game now.

You move back and forth through a beautifully designed world picking up items, solving puzzles, and occasionally killing some giant eyeballed aliens!

Albedo is a well designed, fun experience. The music direction is great you always feel tense, never knowing when an alien may decide to ruin your escape. The puzzles are challenging and executed well.

My only gripe with Albedo may be the awkward control scheme. I found myself dropping items accidentally. A minor annoyance more then anything.

It's the best sci-fi atmosphere in a first person game, maybe, ever. It has a feel of 'Mars Attacks meets Half-Life'. This could be a point and click adventure and I'd enjoy the hell out of just the environments.

Currently in Early Access for $14.99 on steam. Don't miss this one.

If you'd Like to see my first hour or so it can be found here - http://youtu.be/nL29gPGVtMw (may still be uploading at time of review.)

For more reviews and my bi-weekly podcast where I talk about new releases, updates and upcoming Early Access and Indie games check out my website www.earlyaccesspodcast.com
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9.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 23 de Outubro de 2014
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It's just another boring night on the job for John T. Langley, nightwatch at the space station JUPITER, and the only solace from this monotonous position as a lowly guard amongst the important scientists working on god only knows what kind of experiment is yet another drinking binge. Who can blame him really? With the mundane day-in and day-out occupation of sitting and watching, wondering what exciting experiments your peers at the base could be conducting, left only to guess what the strange sounds behind doors late on the night shift really are.

The last scientist leaves for the night, wishing you a goodnight and marking the start of he most boring, lonely part of your job. You get up to stretch your legs shocked only to find the ground beneath you suddenly crack apart and swallow you into the depths of the unknown recesses of this diabolical research facility amongst its many secrets.

Developer Fabrizio Zagaglia sets out to create a new kind of first person experience, shedding the current trend of bland military shooters and free to play models in favor of a rich 60's sci-fi style and a unique approach to adventure game story telling. When asking Fabrizio what brought about his decision to go with this unique setting and its retro flavor he replied, "The main goal was to make something with this kind of mood, maybe a bit naive, simplistic and ingenuous... but full of mystery, astonishment... amazement that I can find only in old sci-fi operas, rather than make an explicit rip off of 60s sci-fi series. Nowadays it's all too serious, realistic, evil... cold..."

"I aimed to avoid the current mainstream typical features. Take for example the flatness of games like COD... or the F2P and socialgames drifts etc. Of course, still there are good things, and still exists interesting "new" or derivative genres ( sandbox, narrative and art games and so on)... but overall I feel a lack of "something" that I can find instead in 90s games... something similar to what I can find in 60s scifi series and can't find in the newest ones."


Albedo isn't just a first person action game as it may seem at first glance, it's clearly a thinking person's adventure that sets out to wrack your brain on tough and puzzling situations in order to make your daring escape from each obstacle-ridden area. The starting room alone had me guessing for awhile, combing through the locked and wasted sci-fi storage room for pieces of the trial-and-error puzzle I had to put together in order to trick and trap the oncoming and unseen terror from beyond the locked door before me. I was reminded of a much tenser, trippier and sci-fi oriented Myst, and that's a very good thing.

Albedo: The Eyes from Outer Space is a sci-fi geeks dream come true, a wonderful combination of adventure game situations and logic solving from the perspective of a first person shooter. All with just a touch of retro-inspired action and brawls with strange alien creatures that evoke the same kind of love I have for monster designs of classic series like Doom.

Each of the different rooms of the sprawling space complex acts as a tough situation of trial and error puzzle solving, forcing you to use the surroundings to your advantage scavenging pieces of useful material to combine with parts of the environment and further reveal the path ahead. These are extremely small details usually and will require every bit of your unbridled attention to even find. You'll be forced to keep your eyes peeled for the tiniest of details from grabbing a paperclip off of a seemingly unimportant stack of papers to recycle as a lock-pick to finding secret notes slipped under locked doors with mysterious passwords. It's beyond easy to gloss over the most obvious clues, but ultimately they feel very rewarding when discovered.

Although the logic and puzzle solving are tough as nails and may even leave you feeling as if at a dead end sometimes, there is always hope thanks to the strange and terrestrial Temporal Dilation Tool, which seems to show some sort of an alternate world where problems are fixed and solutions are highlighted.

The settings are detailed and vibrant in a grotesque organic sort of way, with each living membrane that plasters the wall gleaming with vivid texture and giving off strange phosphorescent lights of warm and strangely comforting natural hues. The lab itself and the tools around you, including the aforementioned Temporal Dilation Tool give a very retro/future feeling to your surroundings with the tinted green and static-y glow of the hologram and rustic qualities to metal surfaces.

One thing is certain when stepping through the deteriorating halls of JUPITER; a lot of care, love, and devotion to the genre went into creating this intense set-piece.

Even in its early access state of ongoing updates it's hard to find faults with Albedo: The Eyes from Outer Space, especially with the small amount of people involved with its development considered. With an exciting cliffhanger ending and more content on the horizon there's really no bad time to get involved with the game and watch the adventure of John T. Langley continue to spiral into something even more insane.
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Publicada: 5 de Outubro de 2014
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PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS IS AN EARLY ACCESS REVIEW, AND DOES NOT DESCRIBE THE FINAL PRODUCT OF THE GAME!!!

This game is AWESOME!

But, Mr. Paper! Isn't this game still in early access??

To answer your question is a simple 'yes', but there are so many reasons to consider a purchase. For one big thing, the game had started development in 2002, and has been in development ever since. The developer deserves at least SOMETHING after a ~12 year development period!

Let me go ahead and begin with the pros:

  • Graphics are certainly unique. Tinted a slight tan, providing a very eerie mood.
  • Great environmental interaction! (seriously, I'm not joking)
  • The little things: small puzzles, such as picking locks, are ideas I've never seen before.
  • Demons that make your blood run cold, yet at the same time, give you a hearty chuckle. Not in the bad way! In the way that makes you think This really fits in with the game's theme, does it not!
  • INTENSE FIGHTING, MOTHERF_CKER!

Although, it is told that when there is a positive, there exists a negative.

  • Certain models could be upped in their graphics more.
  • Some areas can be dark at times.
  • Not so much a tutorial. It does say things like This button does that! and That button does this! But it doesn't help you out much in solving the first puzzle. It provides hints, but sometimes, you will get stuck. EXTREME PROTIP: PUNCH TAB TO LIGHT UP EVERYTHING YOU CAN INTERACT WITH FOR A SECOND!
  • Speaking of puzzles, they can be demanding sometimes. Please take the time to acknowledge what I said before: When I say Great environmental interaction! I am really, really not joking. But don't worry! Once you get the hang of what to do in the first few puzzles, you'll get the hang of it!

Alriiight, so let's get down to dumming this all down.

Supporting the developer can really come in handy right now, due to the extremely unpopular state this game doesn't seem to be moving out of as of current.

All and all, this is recommended by me... If you want to support the developer! If you buy it now, you may not receive all that you were hoping for just now, but if the game has been in development for roughly 12 years already, I don't think the developer will be backing down anytime soon.

Oh yeah! A note to the developer:

PLEASE, KEEP DOING WHAT YOU'RE DOING! BECAUSE WHAT YOU'RE DOING IS A REALLY DAMNED GOOD JOB!

As far as I can tell, if the game continues development at it's pace, it will become one of two things:

  • A highly popular game on Steam.
  • A VERY highly underrated game on Steam!

Right now, a solid 8/10. This game has an extremely high potential!
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Publicada: 3 de Outubro de 2014
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The feeling is real, Its easy to get use to the controls, the puzzles are intuitive, the save game is without checkpoints and its a good thing. The object options changes to attacking when facing a monster. The fighting is intense !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiuHJkLgKZI&feature=youtu.be
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Publicada: 5 de Outubro de 2014
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This game had me at the trailer. I love the feeling, the aesthetic, the atmosphere. All of it just culminates into this wonderfully weird game that I absolutely love. The puzzle design so far is quite good, and the controls are what I expected them to be; a little wonky, but in a good way. It helps the immersion, so I'm not gonna dock it for that. Really the only thing I'm seeing is the optimization is terrible, but that's to be expected in an early access title.

So far, this game gets a great big thumb's up from me. It's a fantastically strange puzzle/horror/comedy game that really scratches the itch for... strange puzzle/horror/comedy games...
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Publicada: 6 de Outubro de 2014
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hello every one i did a first look review of the game and checking out it story to how it plays an man it a funny and epic game it reminds me allot of the 1980s classic alien movies where they had the corny effects but in a good way you know here a little review i did on it hope you guys enjoy http://youtu.be/IOzu4aqwflQ
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Albedo is a great sci-fi thriller puzzle game. The atmosphere and art style are pleasantly grimey and dark. The levels are interesting and enjoyable to explore. The puzzles have many layers and require a fair amount of thought and exploration to solve. The User Interface is unique and pleasing to the eye in most cases, although it can be a bit clunky at times. The Early Acess levels focus more on puzzles than combat. However, the Work In Progress levels include gun=play which is overall smooth and enjoyable. It may be Early Access, but it is well produced and polished. The Early Access levels are worth the full price in my opinion. I can't wait to see what's next!
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Publicada: 21 de Dezembro de 2014
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A challenging puzzle game that takes place in a typical 70s science fiction movie (almost).

There is really nothing much i can say about this game other than it's puzzles. the art and visuals are impressive and the puzzles are challening some are easy, others are obvious and there are of course the hard ones.

The replay value? well if you love challenging hard puzzle games this is the one to get.

I would not recommend it to an average gamer, But i do recommend this for the puzzle gamers.
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I've been following a lot of new releases and this is one of few that caught my eye! The trailer looked pretty cool (I love space themed games) and the monsters looked interesting. I didn't know what to expect when I first played, but it turned out to be a pretty fun game :).

The game is a mix of puzzle solving and alien ♥♥♥ kicking =P! The puzzle solving is actually challenging and fun. If you're looking for a game to flex your brain a bit and get a few scares, then this is the game for you!

You can check out my blind playthrough here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3E_3CCPr54&list=UUROchJRMGN35X6VIsMMbVjQ
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First Impressions:

Let me preface this by saying that I haven't spent a lot of time with the game, which is retrospect is exactly what the game expects you to do. What little I did play, I didn't really enjoy and often found myself frustrated. Without any sort of tutorial to guide me, I found myself stuck in the very first room for about twenty minutes just messing around with the various objects. Based on the trailers, I expected a FPS sci-fi game with an emphasis on the "S"...instead I discovered this game to be extremely puzzle heavy.

It's not that I don't enjoy puzzles, but the help system (TAB key) is absolutely useless. "I need to repair the door"...way to state the obvious! I longed for an escalating help system as featured in BTTF:TG that gave me the answers after so many hint requests. What's the point of having a difficulty setting if your puzzles are going to be that demanding regardless? That's not to say it won't be fun for some who have the time to devote to solving these puzzles, but it is clearly not for me (at least, at present).

I'm giving it a positive recommend because the setting and ambiance is indeed fairly good, but I would like to see options / mechanics to help out new/casual players who don't want to spend hours trying to solve complex puzzles. "Deadfall Adventures" incorporated multiple difficulty levels for the puzzles alone, for example. I grabbed this for cheap during a Bundle Stars sale (10 games for $4) so I'm not too miffed that I didn't enjoy this title. Since the game is Early Access, I reserve the right to change my opinion as development continues.

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A weird little puzzle based game that reminds me of X-Files and some of those older semi-creepy scifi shows. I'm not normally a fan of puzzle games but the scenes are full of ambience and weird little details that kept me interested in exploring.

From the video I thought it was a mix of fps with puzzle elements but it is most definitely a puzzle gamer primarily in the vein of Myst/Riven .

+ Excellent weird creepy scifi atmosphere and details
+ Puzzles are a good balance to keep you looking around without being unbearable click fests to find the right pixel
+ Lots of details in the scenes and different objects and environment to interact with

If you like puzzles and/or unique creepy scifi settings, definitely this is worth checking out. After I got tired of the puzzles (just not my genre nothing wrong with the game), I went and watched some Let's Play videos because I liked the setting.
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In my short time playing this, thought i'd write a review of sorts. Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space is one of the coolest and challenging 1st person games around. Outstanding graphics, sounds, and atmosphere. A homage to the classic sci-fi movies of old is an understatement. More of a realtime FP game in the style of the great text adventure based games of the late 70's early 80's. The Lurking Horror kinda rings a bell. Game mechanics that seem to be complex but do not, if you think with common sense.

I killed a giant eyed squid monster using a rat, vending machine and some candy. The order in which you do it, is up to you to figure out. That thing constantly bashing at the door until it finally broke through, i had to end it's miserable life. Onto the next room. A fire raging in some dreary, plumbers nightmare hallway. A fire was raging in the hallway probably caused from the monster thrashing about as it smelled my presence. Who am i in this game? A creature, a mortal, a robot? I don't know yet.

A leaking hose i spotted nearby a sink on the floor. Turned on the water, picked up the hose and put the flames out. Success. I filled a bucket with water and the water actually filled the bucket. Found a putrid melon sized eyeball amongst the waste. Dumped the water out and set the bucket down near a wall, took a few steps back and threw the eye into it. 2 points. Thought to myself "hey, i'll try for a 3pointer. Went a bit further back and away the eye went. Probably the most fun that eye ever seen. It bounced off the wall just right and into the bucket. Achievement unlocked. That was just the first 10 minutes of the game. It'll be a long journey, i have no idea what to expect.

It's details like that that set this game FAR apart most other FPS on the market. Very highly recommended. 10/10 would squash another one-eyed monstosity with a vending machine again
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A really addictive game that promises fun and a lot of hours of gameplay! I really recommend it to everyone who wants to have a good time and discover the awesome storyline of Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space. The graphics and the music are really amazing too :D
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If you are a fan of old-school point-and-click, this is the game for you. Puzzles are incredibly well designed, they will turn on your brain (have one is a requirement, sorry zombies or CoD players). The atmosphere is great and addicting, and exploring is really fun. If you look carefully you can find a lot of cool references (e.g. The Day of Tentacle).

And the developer is super-open to users' feedbacks, so the final version cannot be a worsening of this. Consider buying, if you want to be part of this :)
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Great puzzle game! In some areas, almost to much of a stretch to solve - but only by a small margin - great concept, fun story and amazing classic sci fi core.
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I made a video preview to show off some of the features and gameplay of this game!
http://youtu.be/AseFVuWaF5g
I hope you enjoy!
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Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space is worth buying if you're looking for a first person puzzle game that feels like an old point and click adventure. Contrary to the videos, there is almost no combat in the game and the little that does exist doesn't involve a shotgun. The puzzles themselves mostly consist of figuring out the order of using items in a room, which means you can easily spend an hour figuring out how to do something that only takes a few seconds or minutes.

A video showing some gameplay and puzzles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ET22-X-whg

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