Starstruck: Prologue is the first act of a story-rich, genre-defying roleplaying rhythm adventure. Play guitar and explore a miniature diorama world as two guitarist claymation kids, and then help them progress by rampaging around their city as a giant destructive time-travelling hand.
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May 12, 2020
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About This Game

Starstruck: Prologue is the first act of Starstruck: Hands of Time, consisting of the first 1-2 hours of the full game's story. Starstruck is a story-rich, genre-defying roleplaying rhythm adventure where you play guitar and explore a miniature diorama world as two guitarist claymation kids, and then help them progress by rampaging around their city as a giant destructive time-travelling hand. Race against time together as all three protagonists to rewrite history and defeat "The Mold".

Save the World of 1000 Years Ago


In 30XX, Earth is no more. In its place, a repressed façade corrupted by a mysterious force called “The Mold” lingers. To save the world, a moon colonist travels back in time 1000 years to a pivotal moment in Earth’s history, armed only with their own hand, a charming spaceship computer, and the knowledge two children in this time period are critically important to Earth’s history.

Play Along to the Rhythm


Explore a miniature diorama world as Edwin and Dawn, two musical children whose stories are bound to the fate of the planet. Play guitar to a genre-spanning original soundtrack, from prog rock and metal to pop ballads, featuring live instrumentals and vocals. Strum along to their epic musical journey in a story about idolization and following your own path.

Lend a Helping Hand


Reach into the lives of Edwin and Dawn with a giant, rampaging human hand — your own! Stomp around their city as a giant disembodied hand, solving puzzles as the omnipresent moon colonist. Open new paths, remove obstacles, and change their world to save your own. Switch perspectives between all three protagonists to uncover the truth of what happened to Earth and change the future.

Features

  • Fully supports use of keyboard, Xbox 360 controller, PS4 controller, Xbox One controller, or Switch Pro Controller
  • Supports the "X-Plorer" USB guitar controller for rhythm gameplay
  • Choose between "Normal" and "Master" difficulties for the rhythm gameplay
  • Explore three intertwined adventures set in a charming diorama world, switching perspectives to solve puzzles and change the future
  • Rock out to an original soundtrack in rhythm-based gameplay combining multiple rhythm game mechanics
  • Play as a giant human hand in hectic action-puzzle gameplay, customizing the hand’s size and skin color
  • Original soundtrack by acclaimed composer Andrew Allanson features live instruments and vocals spanning many genres

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7, 64 bit
    • Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel Quad Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M, 2 GB Memory
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 6 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

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