60 Parsecs‪!‬ 9+

Robot Gentleman sp. z o.o.

    • $3.99


Your space station is about to explode and you only have 60 seconds before things get messy. What (or who) will you grab before you make a mad dash for the emergency shuttle and begin your journey into THE GREAT UNKNOWN?

This is 60 Parsecs!, a dark comedy sci-fi adventure set in the Atomic Space Age - complete with all the Cold War paranoia, chrome-plated wall accents and cockroaches with space helmets.

Lead a crew of woefully unprepared astronauts, equipped with whatever junk - sorry - "supplies" you can grab before blasting off, on a journey across the cosmos that's best described as misguided. Make the best of it, while dealing with soup shortages and other horrors of outer space. Will you have what it takes to find a new home and survive?

Bon voyage!

With only 60 seconds before nukes reduce the space station to floating particles in the vacuum of space, frantically grab whatever supplies and crew you can before getting out of there. You never know when that sock puppet will come in handy.

Space funerals are inconvenient, so try to avoid dying where possible. Use your limited supplies and (hopefully not limited) wits to make difficult choices and ensure your survival, even though the odds are definitely stacked against you.

Duct tape fixes all problems, but how do you fix (or at least craft) duct tape? Chart expeditions to find resources, craft survival essentials and explore strange new worlds in a procedural, very-much-permadeath adventure.

As captain, it's your duty to keep the crew happy - they're less likely to kill you that way. Manage relationships as you watch them grow closer and hopefully not throw each other out the airlock.

What’s New

Version 1.2

- Introduction of new gameplay stage/element
- 11 new Space events
- 5 new Space Monsters (10 new monster events & 5 new visuals)
- 3 new questlines (14 new endings)
- 4 new achievements
- 3 new music pieces and new SFX
- Main menu art revamp

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Wixonswr ,

Keeps surprising me

I saw the reviews that say it “runs out fast” but this game keeps surprising me. Every time I play, granted there are a lot of repetitive choices, I find soooo many different nuances, depending on your chosen captain, their current state, the state of and relationship with crew mates, which crew mates etc. etc. Not to mention your goal in each session, how long it takes you affecting the outcomes. Every time I think I know every possible outcome, I get a little surprise. But they are little surprises. So if you are bored easily, or too impatient to notice and don’t appreciate finer details affecting outcomes then this may not be game for you. I will keep playing because I am determined to visit every destination, achieve every happy/bad ending at least once, changing up captains randomly so I keep getting surprised. Ps it does glitch occasionally but usually because you chose person or object for both crafting or expedition and daily challenge. Usually an exit to main page for a moment will fix/ or allow you to choose more carefully. Or check language you can’t t give 100 power/ battery if you don’t have it

Rexi Ship ,

The Perfect Sequel

I’ve played both 60 Seconds & 60 Parsecs, and I’d have to say that 60 Parsecs is the superior title.

1. The Characters
In 60 Seconds, the family doesn’t have much personality. They have names and appearances, but nothing unique about them! In 60 Parsecs, each crew member as a special personality and different strengths and weaknesses, as well as more defining physical features.

2. The Story
60 Seconds has you stay in a shelter due to a nuclear bomb to wait until you are rescued. 60 Parsecs has you launch into space inside a shuttle as Earth is bombed into destruction, and you must find somewhere to live. 60 Parsecs clearly wins in this category.

3. The Gameplay
60 Parsecs updates the original formula with a crafting system, additional areas to travel, more characters and more! 60 Seconds main things to do are go on expeditions, make a choice, and ration. 60 Parsecs expands on the initial design and increases its quality.

In conclusion, 60 Parsecs is a considerable step up from 60 Seconds (a game I enjoyed). I think this game is great and anyone who liked 60 Seconds with love 60 Parsecs.

Audrey H.L ,

Love it!

This game is so fun! I really like that it’s available to play offline, ad free, and it doesn’t really drain my battery like some other games. The only thing is that I want to get the other version of this game, 60 Seconds, but the rating for the other game is 12+. I was thinking that should be changed just because they are the same game (and I can’t do 12+ because I have restrictions for school). Thanks for reading my review! Definitely recommend this game.

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