Taylor's journey continues! Deep in the isolated vacuum of space, trapped in orbit around a strange black hole, our intrepid astronaut must once again reach out for a lifeline - YOU! Inside the spaceship Veridian, Taylor thought it was time for some hard-earned quiet solitude and a little R&R, but a very unexpected guest has other plans…
The story unfolds in real-time, and every decision you make shapes the course of the story. Taylor's life, the fate of humanity, and time itself are in your hands. No pressure!
*This game is best experienced on iPad 4/iPad Mini 2nd gen and up.*
• Taylor’s epic struggle for survival continues!
• The sixth installment in the hugely popular Green Series!
• Acclaimed author and fan favorite Dave Justus returns!
• Immerse yourself in this sci-fi adventure with notifications from Taylor delivered throughout your day.
• Your decisions could change the course of humanity... and possibly time itself!
Praise for Lifeline:
“I’ve played many games that I find engrossing, but Lifeline may be one of the first that changed the way I thought about my daily routine, which leapt off the screen and became a part of my lived experience.” - Eli Cymet, Gamezebo
“For a few brief hours I cared – really cared – about the fate of a completely fictional character. I don’t think any other game I’ve played has made me feel that way before.” - Matt Thrower, PocketGamer
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I love Taylor!
Probably my favorite out of the 3 games so far in the Green series. The plot was very interesting and engaging and Taylor is such a lovable character, i got a lot more immersed into this game than i did with the others. I loved the touch with the Lonely Astronaut playlist; I listened along to the songs with Taylor and for a moment it really felt like they were a real person, like a friend of mine and we were sharing music with each other. I do wish the game had been longer and the player had more choices. I was really hoping for a feature like the map in the second game to be in this one, so that was a bit disappointing. Hopefully in future games, theyll include something like that, it really made the game feel more real and interesting imo. As emotionally attached as i was to Taylor during this, gameplay wise it didnt feel like there were enough options for the player that really affected the game. Some of the same options came up several times in a row and it really felt like the game was pushing me towards that choice, so some of the choices i made really didnt feel like they were mine. Hopefully the next game will be more interactive and personal and a lot longer. I cant wait for more games in this series and to continue being Taylors lifeline!
Ok first off if you don't make a fourth one somehow I will personally write you a very angry email😝. JK. But seriously there needs to be more. This was a magnificent story and character. It was so enthralling it kept pulling you in at every turn. But!! It stopped to suddenly. It was like the story literally just threw "Taylor is dead" into your face and ended. What happened to Mari, the occupied marines, and the cargo bays full of occupiers? Did Taylor survive? Will he come back? How can Mari even get out of the pod she has no thrusters and I suspect it would be safe to assume she doesn't l have a SAFER Unit. Please contact me if you are planing on making another one in this storyline. Even if it is not with Taylor(would prefer it be with him), but with Mari and her baby struggling to survive against the occupiers and telling how she got on the ship. Please because I really want to know this is my favorite lifeline series and I would like to know if it has ended or not. You left us uncertain with the ending because of the way ended it. And that is a problem. Because as the Alliance Fleet Admiral Black Jack Geary once said to his subordinates "There is no greater pain than uncertainty and anxiety combined." May your Ancestors be with you. The Lost Fleet is the book series's name.
Another great Taylor adventure!
Really enjoyed this game. My favorite is still the original as I got into that with no idea of what it was. But this one is great too. Such an ominous feeling while helplessly guiding this poor dude around to safety. Never thought a text game would be so addicting but all of the lifeline series seems to do that. I highly recommend leaving notifications on (not something I normally allow but it's worth it in this game). Only true downside is the length. It's a short game. But the quality is there so I'm giving it 5 stars and have no regrets about spending $3 on the app. And I'll keep buying them as they come out if the quality stays the same.
Only feedback to the developers: when you finish the game the game nonstop asks you to restart it. Since finishing it yesterday I've had probably 15 alerts asking me to restart the story. I can see you notifying people weekly or biweekly but not multiple times a day or even daily. But otherwise it's a great game!
- 3 Minute Games, LLC
- 53.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2016 Big Fish Games, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.