Anoxemia is a story-driven exploration game that puts you in control of the scientist Dr. Bailey and his operations drone, ATMA. Search the ocean floor as you discover and extract samples from the bowels of the underwater caves.
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Release Date: Jan 16, 2015

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It was supposed to be a simple mission. All I had to do was collect some samples from a contaminated area under the sea. As soon as I left the ship, everything went wrong. Communications were lost and my submarine crashed on the ocean floor. I survived, but my oxygen is running low and I can't contact anyone for help. All I can do is move forward with this operations drone as my only companion. Trouble is, it's been acting sort of weird lately. Almost as if it's trying to sabotage my mission...

Anoxemia is a story-driven exploration game that puts you in control of the scientist Dr. Bailey and his operations drone, ATMA. Search the ocean floor as you discover and extract samples from the bowels of the underwater caves. Danger lurks in each passageway, everything from poison drifts to powerful ocean currents, mines leftover from the war, and mobile machines running haywire. There's also the ever-present risk of running out of oxygen. Fortunately, ATMA can help guide you to your destination using a few special tools and upgrades. Assuming you can find them, that is.

The world of Anoxemia is both breathtaking and perilous. The seas are quiet most of the time, but as soon as you see a flashing light or hear a noise echoing from the distance, you know it's time to run. Of course, there are some dangers you just can't run from. Dangers you don't even know exist. Dangers from within...

Also available in Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian languages!

Features

  • Unique sci-fi horror story that unfolds while you play.
  • Explore 38 levels of unique underwater terrain.
  • Find and equip several different items and upgrades.
  • Solve puzzles that require quick reflexes and clever thinking.
  • Voiced narrative that gives insights on the main character's thoughts.
  • Game is hard.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 5 years old or younger. Integrated graphics and very low budget cards may not work. Shader Model 3.0 required
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 5 years old or younger. Integrated graphics and very low budget cards may not work. Shader Model 3.0 required
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X version Snow Leopard 10.6.3 or later.
    • Processor: Intel Mac
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA)
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X version Snow Leopard 10.6.3 or later.
    • Processor: Intel Mac
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA)
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: SteamOS, Ubuntu 12.04 or later, or otherwise compatible Linux distribution.
    • Processor: 2GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: SteamOS, Ubuntu 12.04 or later, or otherwise compatible Linux distribution.
    • Processor: 2GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
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Mixed (294 reviews)
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Merans
4.3 hrs
Posted: August 22
very nice little indie game.
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vladd
1.4 hrs
Posted: August 5
Product received for free
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Maxmetpt
9.7 hrs
Posted: July 31
Anoxemia is the lowest "positive" I can probably give. In a way, I really liked that the game used unconventional mechanics which went hand in hand with the atmosphere really well, and loosely reenforced the story. On the other hand, this was one of the most frustrating games I've ever played.

There are 38 levels, most of them taking 2 minutes or so. Longer levels may take 5 minutes. But even so, I had to do only a couple of levels at a time to avoid smashing my computer.

This frustration is not because the game is hard, but because the game has very poor controls and quite a lot of bugs. And, of course, levels have no checkpoint, so you restart each time.

The game is one giant escort mission, and everyone knows how much those are loved in other games... right? ... There's the main problem, aside from the controls and bugs. Getting stuck in walls yourself (drone), your character not being able to go around corners, very high inertia, etc. etc.

It's very unfortunate that the game had so many issues that were mostly outside the game itself. Of course, they could have designed around the issues, but the game itself could have been really nice!

The slow pace and obscurity make for a very nice experience, especially when you have to scavenge the area very carefully for oxygen and batteries.

The atmosphere, between the graphics and music was absolutely nailed, and it was a joy to be in it, when immersed.

The story is something that I wasn't really invested in, mostly because of expectations. It's strangely similar to the movie Moon (2009) that I've seen a few weeks ago. I was expecting isolation and claustrophobia... but I get clones' rights propaganda. Maybe it was an excuse for the way the game is structured?

A really unfortunate part of the game is how much of it is filler. And it's filled with frustration... There are many levels that serve very little purpose to the actually story/atmosphere, but you have to do them anyway to fill the required 4 or 5 hours of gameplay... because otherwise people will be mad that they could have gotten "better value" for their money...

Argh, it was so close to being awesome!

I think you're probably better off getting Capsule, since the mechanics are very similar, in places.
This game is more modern, in a good way, though. And has more stuff going on in it. But... the frustration is too high for me to recommend. Most of the time, I didn't enjoy it. There was a time when I was encountering a new bug in every level.

Also, spoilers now. The game's plot-twist is that you're a clone. And there are hints in the game to make you figure that out. Unfortunately, they're completely apart your actions. They're just little scripted scenes with dozens of dead bodies, and some of the dialogue lines (that are repeated a looooot). I didn't like that at all. The best way would probably be to actually keep your dead body in the level. As in, when you die, when you go back to that place, your body is there. That's a much more... personal? way of hinting the clone thing. I find that I barely notice these scripted things anymore. They're very superficial in a videogame, to me. I'd much rather play attention to how the game reacts to my actions than just enduring filler for 10 minutes until I reach story bit #5.
Okay, rant over. I hadn't done one of those in a while.

Not something I'd recommend under most circumstances. It has far too many flaws. But I like the game's intentions, and it does have some very nice aspects to it, so I'll very cautiously give it a "positive" mark, whatever that means.


P.S.: This is very scummy, but it seems that the top review is by one of the developers... Of course, it's positive and says very nice things about the game... some of which aren't exactly true. Especially the "hardcore", "fairness" and "Dark Souls" bit. The game is mostly buggy and clunky. There are a few other Ukranian reviews that are a bit suspicious (the game being ukranian)... so be wary. Also, they usually have 11-13 hours in the game when the game is fairly short, if you manage to avoid the bugs. I lost way too much time and it was still under 7 hours, so take that in mind. I'll have more because, even after 7 hours, not cards dropped.
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RobHamburgerAnarchistOP!!!!!
1.7 hrs
Posted: July 27
If you ever wanted to feel like you were drowning in urine while attempting to find clean crumbs of rice in a dirty diaper, this game is for you. It is UTTERLY one-note, trying to stand alone on atmosphere without any appreciable gameplay whatsoever. Sometimes you avoid things. Sometimes you pick things up. Sometimes you say creepy stuff. Sometimes you say creepy stuff again and the character acknowledges some kind of deja vu.... it gets old, FAST -- and isn't enough to sustain the game. I began to theorize that the character might be dead, and is reliving all sorts of stuff over and over as some kind of commentary on "extra lives" in video games... after sufficient time I long since ceased to care, but tried to plod on anyway... when the game actually said "all of this is pointless" I snapped out of it... screw this game, as it can barely be called. My biggest complaints are how it is somehow a feature that certain things the probe does are frustrated by the human, and I am supposing vice versa. Nothing like struggling with your own player and the controls as an alternative to... I don't know... the environment. MY ABSOLUTE NON-FAVORITE? How stuff is sometimes in the foreground and sometimes in the background of the character... but you have no way of knowing what is an obstacle or the way to go unless you BUMP INTO IT. Other games (Like Limbo for instance) can be unendingly dark and you can embrace this atmosphere... This game is basically a pixel hunt in a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ shadow-puppet-show for the one spot on the map that will move you forward. Garbage.

It says I only played this game for 1.7 hours... I got to level 10, which I am supposing is maybe a quarter of the game. Longest 1.7 hours of my life. Either my play time was bugged or every minute of this game feels like a century.
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All Might
2.5 hrs
Posted: July 27
A fun indie game that was done well >:)
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kerfuffle
4.3 hrs
Posted: July 23
this game is a good example for porting gone wrong:
-terrible movement control
-hook mechanic barely functioning
-the worst thing about this awful game is that it punish the player for actions made earlier in the game - so you have to do past levels again and again.

DO NOT BUY THIS GAME !!
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erjon #ROAD 2 NEW LAPTOP
0.2 hrs
Posted: July 17
Fun Game 10/10
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Apparently Kid
11.3 hrs
Posted: July 15
Thought this game could be cool, kind of like a "capsized" but more horror and less shooting. Unfortunately then I had to play the game. The game is basically an escort mission. You guide this guy around, and that would be well and good, but you're losing energy and oxygen at the same time. This means you need to constantly be searching out both of these, which is more annoying and a nuisance than fun. The UI for these are terrible, and I never knew where exactly I was at with them. I would lose some % energy and still have no clue because it wasn't clear at all. The actual gameplay is just you scanning plants, picking up oxygen and energy, thats about it. The worst part is the inconsistency of the gameplay. 2 seperate times during a level my character suddenly died. There was nothing attacking me, and one of them occured shortly after starting the level, so it couldn't have been running out of resources. This causes you to start the entire level over again, although they aren't that long. But i shouldn't have to restart a level for no reason because I suddenly died without any cause. Welcome to Anoxemia. Reading online reviews it must be a trend you have to constantly repeat levels, many times because the entire level is in darkness and by the time you explore it you die, then you need to repeat now that you know the layout. All this for bland boring escort gameplay with plant collecting? No thanks

3/10.
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python
4.8 hrs
Posted: July 15
Product received for free
Bundle games are crap #2
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TastyToast
5.6 hrs
Posted: June 20
very boring game. only costs 4 bucks though and has trading cards.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 31
Anoxemia is the lowest "positive" I can probably give. In a way, I really liked that the game used unconventional mechanics which went hand in hand with the atmosphere really well, and loosely reenforced the story. On the other hand, this was one of the most frustrating games I've ever played.

There are 38 levels, most of them taking 2 minutes or so. Longer levels may take 5 minutes. But even so, I had to do only a couple of levels at a time to avoid smashing my computer.

This frustration is not because the game is hard, but because the game has very poor controls and quite a lot of bugs. And, of course, levels have no checkpoint, so you restart each time.

The game is one giant escort mission, and everyone knows how much those are loved in other games... right? ... There's the main problem, aside from the controls and bugs. Getting stuck in walls yourself (drone), your character not being able to go around corners, very high inertia, etc. etc.

It's very unfortunate that the game had so many issues that were mostly outside the game itself. Of course, they could have designed around the issues, but the game itself could have been really nice!

The slow pace and obscurity make for a very nice experience, especially when you have to scavenge the area very carefully for oxygen and batteries.

The atmosphere, between the graphics and music was absolutely nailed, and it was a joy to be in it, when immersed.

The story is something that I wasn't really invested in, mostly because of expectations. It's strangely similar to the movie Moon (2009) that I've seen a few weeks ago. I was expecting isolation and claustrophobia... but I get clones' rights propaganda. Maybe it was an excuse for the way the game is structured?

A really unfortunate part of the game is how much of it is filler. And it's filled with frustration... There are many levels that serve very little purpose to the actually story/atmosphere, but you have to do them anyway to fill the required 4 or 5 hours of gameplay... because otherwise people will be mad that they could have gotten "better value" for their money...

Argh, it was so close to being awesome!

I think you're probably better off getting Capsule, since the mechanics are very similar, in places.
This game is more modern, in a good way, though. And has more stuff going on in it. But... the frustration is too high for me to recommend. Most of the time, I didn't enjoy it. There was a time when I was encountering a new bug in every level.

Also, spoilers now. The game's plot-twist is that you're a clone. And there are hints in the game to make you figure that out. Unfortunately, they're completely apart your actions. They're just little scripted scenes with dozens of dead bodies, and some of the dialogue lines (that are repeated a looooot). I didn't like that at all. The best way would probably be to actually keep your dead body in the level. As in, when you die, when you go back to that place, your body is there. That's a much more... personal? way of hinting the clone thing. I find that I barely notice these scripted things anymore. They're very superficial in a videogame, to me. I'd much rather play attention to how the game reacts to my actions than just enduring filler for 10 minutes until I reach story bit #5.
Okay, rant over. I hadn't done one of those in a while.

Not something I'd recommend under most circumstances. It has far too many flaws. But I like the game's intentions, and it does have some very nice aspects to it, so I'll very cautiously give it a "positive" mark, whatever that means.


P.S.: This is very scummy, but it seems that the top review is by one of the developers... Of course, it's positive and says very nice things about the game... some of which aren't exactly true. Especially the "hardcore", "fairness" and "Dark Souls" bit. The game is mostly buggy and clunky. There are a few other Ukranian reviews that are a bit suspicious (the game being ukranian)... so be wary. Also, they usually have 11-13 hours in the game when the game is fairly short, if you manage to avoid the bugs. I lost way too much time and it was still under 7 hours, so take that in mind. I'll have more because, even after 7 hours, not cards dropped.
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50 of 62 people (81%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Recommended
18.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 16, 2015
This game is really interesting, some vibes from limbo and swapper with looks of badland, and voice acting like in Thomas was alone, it is really really cool and atmospheric! Music here is AMAZING, you need to play it just to be able to listen to it! If there will be a album that I could buy, I will do that! Oh yeah, and creepy stuff is really fun.

But, on another side, this game is hard as hell, its like Dark Souls in 2D, but it is rewarding, beating level after level you feeling like you really achieved something.

So, if you like atmospheric games with good voice acting and music, and you are sick of casual games and want some challenge this game is for you!
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43 of 54 people (80%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2015
Text font size is small, had to lick the screen to read it. This game reminds me of the Cedar Point twisted metal game, one wrong move and BUZZ, game over. No checkpoints, death=restart. It's really not that bad of a game, but I gets tiring having to restart over and over.
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50 of 66 people (76%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 21, 2015
Anoxemia is an awesome game build in an underwater world. You have to collect underwater herbs to raise your oxygen level. Dodging mines at first is easy but will get difficult with each mine you face. The setting is great. Everything is in a dark color and you have to watch out where you step or else you get killed by a mine or even worse, by a falling rock who blocks your path and you have to die slowly until your oxygen falls off. All in one this game has a beautiful setting, the background looks great, the music and sound are well played and flatter around the game
for me this game has 9/10 points
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55 of 78 people (71%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 18, 2015
Anoxemia is a game about a stranded diver and his robot helper. You explore, collect upgrades, try not to run out of oxygen, and pass through puzzles and game stages, and collect plants in order to progress to the next level. Very simple premise.

Good things about this game: It has great art, the backgrounds in particular are nicely done. The art direction (Being a very gray low light environment - in fact I think the game only uses something like 4 or 5 colors outside of grayscale) is well executed. It is also fairly inexpensive - I picked it up on sale at about $7,99 USD.

I am very tempted to ask for my money back. Here's why:

Its not a bad game. Its just not worth even $7,99

For starters, the game is dull. Its simply dull. There is a paper thin plot: Your submarine crashed and you're on the bottom of the ocean and you think you're going nuts and that your robot is trying to kill you. No big deal, I've enjoyed paper thin plots before. However, you generally have to fill that gap with something. Anything that engages the player and says "Stick with it! You're having fun blowing stuff up!!" Or "OOOOO MONOTONOUS YET ARTISTICALLY RENDERED MYSTERY!" Or "Compelling yet one dimensional characters dieing in macabrely humorous ways!"

Anoxemia has none of these things. It fails to engage you to continue playing other than the self-flagellating realization that you paid $7.99 for this, and therefore must crack on to try and pass the movie-ticket test (In that you feel compelled by your own fleeting sense of frugality to extract entertainment value from this expenditure). That is literally why I played at it. My play time owes to the lack of a "Request Refund" convenience button for Steam. Should've played the demo. But I digress.

That said, I've encountered this before and played, and even completed, other games for longer periods. However, Anoxemia has other problems.

The controls are clunky. Most of the movement is modeled on a tethered partner system. You move the robot, the human (Which the game implies is you) laggardly follows along. Clumsily. Poorly. Stopping to pick up that oxygen container despite the fact that the DRONE OF BEE LINING DOOM is about to magically get you and kill you in one hit. Poor nameless human. Granted, you are on the bottom of the ocean (This is discussed later), so movement should be clumsy, but not unpredictably, stupidly clumsy, to the point of annoyance.

The human, by the way, seems to be functionally pointless in this game. Aside from carrying dynamite, his purpose is four fold:

1) He is the anchor for the "Robot is secretly trying to kill you" plot tension
2) He is how the player would theoretically relate to the game as a protagonist (This may have been a miscalculation)
3) He is an excuse to introduce use the color pink in the game's intro cutscene.
4) He is the generator of one half of the completely uninformative dialogue in the game.

Which bring us to back to the dullness. The dialogue in the game is almost never related to what you're doing. It explains things unreliably at best. The most useful dialogue line from the ATMA robot was along the lines of "THIS IS A MINE TURRET, IT TRACKS HEAT AND MOVEMENT. IF YOU'RE HOT ENOUGH!"

This very one-dimensional dialogue provides no real explication of why we are doing anything. It tells me I'm gathering plants. I do not know why. Perhaps it is revealed later. Perhaps they are magical plants that are the causation of this war that spread oxygen canisters and comical WWII Mines across the sea scape. Maybe they eat radiation or the magical acid that serves as the INFINITEFOREST of this game. Maybe my character is helping to secretly develop some kind of special wax for his mustache. Don't know, don't care.

And that is the failing of this game. At no point was an observable attempt made to engage the player.

But the game makes a more critical mistake.

Its not challenging. The game is as advertised in one sense: It is hard. However, the developers appear to unfortunately fall into the trap of conflating difficulty with challenge. Dieing profusely is not an indicator of challenging gameplay.

And you will die alot, but not because the game is challenging, but because your controls are poorly designed, and the enemies seems mismatched to the puzzles they are placed in. Some of the BEELINEY drones don't even patrol. They just randomly zip around until you go for the plant, at which point they tag you as the level fades out and thus reset your progress. Meaning you have to restart. Sometimes dark enough that you'll think you've won, except SURPRISE! YOU GET TO REPLAY THE LEVEL YOU JUST COMPLETED!

Which is the other failure of the game. Level start checkpoints only. Granted, the levels are generally short. But it is annoying to have to rinse repeat myself three times in a row for a simple puzzle that failed because my diver dude decided to hang on a corner or randomly pickup a canister. In and of itself, this is not a game killing problem. Checkpoint deserts happen.

It becomes a bigger problem when you consider that hitting the escape key causes the level to reset when you go to the ingame menu. There is a pause/play option, however. It is the enter key. It does not appear to have entered into the development design process to integrate those two functions (i.e. a pause menu)

Taking final stock, Anoxemia has an interesting premise that is undercut by its execution, despite its artistic merits. Its control scheme, however, does accurately render the experience of trying to solve a rubix cube in quicksand. These may seem like a harsh thing to say, but it is my honest rendering of my albeit limited experience with this game.

Based upon these an other factors, I can't recommend Anoxemia as a solid investment of your gaming dollars at this time.

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31 of 40 people (78%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 16, 2015
Well, this game is intense and rewarding for smart playstyle, it is simple in some ways, but really hard in some moments, I mean, really hard, so if you are fan of hardcore games this game for you! And also I cannot forget that its really atmospheric and really interesting storyline(but you have play a lot to get bits of story behind this game).
Amazing soundtrack and sound effects, voice acting is really really good!
So if you are want a challange and like hardcore games this game MUST be in your library!
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21 of 24 people (88%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 27, 2015
Anoxemia is a game with a good art style but poor and boring gameplay.

Pro:

- Good atmospheric
- Original concept
- Trading card and achievement

Cons:

- The controls are frustrating
- Boring, bland level design
- Animations too slow
- Many bugs or glitches
- The checkpoint aren't good

5/10
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26 of 34 people (76%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
11.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2015
Under Da Sea
Anoxemia is a game for fans of psychological warfare which creates a claustrophobe’s worst nightmare deep underwater. The atmosphere created by the visuals, lighting and sound definitely hides a poor plot and its "specific" control. Despite this is it still worth taking some time. Solid average game.
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21 of 29 people (72%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
17.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 20, 2015
Well, as for me, I underline next points:

1) excellent graphics - for indie project it 10/10 (for game below 5-7$ - one of the best choices on steam store)
2) deep horror atmosphere 10/10
3) perfect soundtrack 10/10
4) all what I can say about gameplay - it's very addictive (and when I say very I mean VERY!!)/ I forget about time when I was passing through first 15 levels.
5) finally it is an honest old school underwater horror.

Not much indie games since last few years make me so happy and excited.
My recommendation is strictly positive. 10 underwater samples from 10 XD
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2015
TL;DR

Edit : They have solved the issue with the steam store! you can get the game now.
It's a quite relaxing atmosphere however a little bit of stress from moving.
Worth to buy it if you like these kind of games.

Pros

*Good , relaxing atmosphere
*Good background music
*Graphics good for this kind of game

Cons

*Gameplay could be smoother
*Needs more explanation
*The escape button

Gameplay

“Easy mission”. Sure dude, going underwater to collect samples from an acid infested, booby trapped underworld is easy when your submarine inexplicably crashed and all you have to save you from certain destruction is a little circle/drone that can detect dangers for you ...or accidentally send you straight into them.

It's a platformer. I kind of like the game. I found out however to my annoyance that if I want to press escape to skip something, I end up closing the game instead, which is irritating. I want the option to skip without closing the game each time and therefore resetting my progress. In this same vein there are no checkpoints. If you fail anywhere during the level, you'll start back at the beginning. It has potential, but there are a few things that could be changed to make it better.

I wouldn't mind the font being bigger for the speech as I found it hard to read. The music is quite relaxing, and the atmosphere/feel of the game gives a dark, claustrophobic feeling. At the same time it can feel peaceful and relaxing … just as long as you don't blow yourself up on a bomb.

The controls are a little awkward at times since you need to be careful how you control the drone, since the character following behind it moves at a different angle/trajectory. I think this could be made more responsive.
At this moment in time as well you can't seem to be able to purchase the game for whatever reason. This problem has been around for a few days already.


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