Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest: Adventure Game
What do you do if you are the only one left aboard a spaceship? Your team has embarked on a mysterious expedition a few years ago, the ship’s machinery has started acting up and it seems there are ghosts wandering about. Luckily, the black hole above you doesn’t pose any problems…yet.
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August 28

Odysseus Kosmos – Developer Diaries #19



Hey there, friends! Once again, I’m happy to see you back on board of “San Francisco”, a huge spacecraft traveling far, far away from planet Earth.
Today I’d like to talk about the achievements in our game. We call them ‘coffee breaks’.
At this point I should note that it was our publisher who originally came up with the idea to add achievements to the game to enhance its replayability. Ironically, the folks from the marketing department got this idea from Life is Strange. Well, we are always trying our best to consider our publisher’s advice, so we made use of the idea and even took it a step further. I, for one, think our implementation turned out quite successful!
So, most of our achievements are a kind of Easter eggs. Players don’t have to find a hundred items or run a hundred miles across the ship in order to get an achievement. Instead, they have to figure out a certain action (mostly quite logical). However, achievements are harder to discover as opposed to story puzzle solutions – as you would expect of Easter eggs.
The achievements are (sometimes) backed up by dialog or character’s actions. For example, if you take a closer look at Antennae A after calibration in Episode Three, you’ll notice there is something yellow frozen to it. But if you use the steel pipe with Antennae A PRIOR to calibration, Barton will snap off a rubber ducky. He can give it to Oddy later on – the duck will happily bath with him in the hot tub, and you’ll get your achievement. Another example is when young Oddy can carve his initials into a tree with a knife in Episode Two.
There are 12 coffee breaks in every episode (including the Pilot Episode), adding up to a total of 48 achievements. If you’d like to get them all, it won’t be easy! But should you ever get stuck – there are some wonderful guides written by our players. For example, Marc has written a great guide on how to get them all. Nice job, Marc!
And now back to project news: we’ve added German translation for the Pilot Episode, as well for Episodes One and Two. The Episode Three is currently in translation (and this is the only reason the DE checkbox remains unchecked for now). We are still running tests on Linux and still aren’t sure if there are compatibility issues with some Linux versions.
So if you are a Linux user and would be interested in playing our game – please write us an email to 16bittank@gmail.com mentioning your Linux version. We may choose you for the beta testing and grant you access to the Beta build.
Meanwhile we are launching development of Episode Four! Thank you for your support and good luck.
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August 8

Last day!

Hey, fans of sci-fi, mystery and humour!

You have just 2 days before the 40% discount on Odysseus Kosmos and His Robot Quest ends!.

You have a great chance to purchase the whole season for just $8.99.

The latest release, Episode 3, delves deeper into the mystery of an uninvited guest that seems to be on board San Francisco, a scientific vessel exploring the outer reaches of space.

https://store.steampowered.com/app/645820/Odysseus_Kosmos_and_his_Robot_Quest_Adventure_Game/
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Reviews

“If you are a fan of pixelated games and a return to “old style” adventuring, then Odysseus Kosmos may be just what you are looking for.”
4/5 – Just Adventure

“The game has a lot of humor and the characters are fun and likable.”
9/10 – 3rd Strike

“Odysseus Kosmos and His Robot Quest is an extremely entertaining game, and I cannot wait to see what else it has in store.”
8/10 – GamingCypher

Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest: Episode 1 is available for free!

About This Game



What do you do if you are the only one left aboard a spaceship? Your team has embarked on a mysterious expedition a few years ago, the ship’s machinery has started acting up and it seems there are ghosts wandering about. Luckily, the black hole above you doesn’t pose any problems…yet.

Welcome aboard San-Francisco, a scientific vessel exploring the outer reaches of space. Only two crew members present – lazy board engineer Odysseus, who adores coffee and cookies and robot Barton that seems to know more than it’s willing to tell. One morning the ship’s equipment has malfunctioned, cute laboratory rats are eyeing Oddy with hunger in their sparkly eyes, and on a top of all that – the coffee has gone bad!

Odysseus's pixelated adventure is picking up steam. In the last episodes we got aquantenced with the snarky duo, made coffee in a transducer and visited a familiar planet. In episode 3, Oddy gets into big trouble and robot Barton Quest is the only one who can help.



Pay once and get access to all of the available episodes (1-3), a well as new ones to be released.

Features:
  • Robot Quest as a playable character
  • New pack of intelligent puzzles
  • More easter eggs and movie references
  • Twisted and mysterious storyline

The key to solving San-Francisco’s mysteries is out there.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Storage: 200 MB available space

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