Outsider is an adventure mystery in which you solve brain-teaser puzzles to unravel the story.
Humanity disappeared centuries ago. The Escape Initiative—our last-ditch chance to survive—failed. But among the ruins of a mysterious science complex, an accident restores power to a unique android who might be the only one who can save the universe.
Journey with HUD-ini through an emotional story, using logic to unravel this maze of varied puzzles in an immersive world brought to life with beautiful, detailed visuals, and an ambient soundtrack.
- Simple swipe-based gameplay
- Solve a variety of unique puzzles to advance
- Unravel mysteries and save the universe in a riveting science-fiction narrative
- Gorgeous graphics brought to life with incredible detail and animation
- A dark, atmospheric soundtrack drives home the original story
ABOUT THE DEV:
Once a Bird is the studio behind games like Bennu, Attack of the 50ft Verbose Dinosaur, Fold and Outsider. It consists of Ricardo Moura, a programmer, Tiago Lourenço, an illustrator, and Jo Pereira, a musician. We're committed to making original and fun games.
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS:
Indie X 2019 - Best Portuguese Game winner
Game Connection Europe 2019 - Best PC Game, Best Casual Game and Best Quality of Art nominee
DreamHack Summer 2019 - Best Arthouse Game
PlayStation Talents 2018 - Best Portuguese Game nominee
Eurogamer Summer Fest 2018 - Best Portuguese Game nominee
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
A little short, but pretty good!
The premise is very interesting, although it would have been nice to have a little bit more lore, like another location or two in [the first large area] with more puzzles and information, or another new puzzle section for the large ship.
The graphics can be a little crusty, at least on my device, but it’s enough to tell the story.
The puzzles work pretty well and are very novel and interesting, although it can get a bit repetitive with some of them having 5-10(?) iterations one after the other. It might have been good to break some of that up, but that might not work with this particular story flow.
Overall it’s a very interesting game though. I don’t usually buy games, but if you have the extra money it’s pretty decent.
I was hesitant about getting this game but let me say this— it was well worth the money, and then some. The puzzles were very different, some were very challenging, but overall the game was super fun. It is definitely one of a kind escape type game. I absolutely LOVED it. I’ve played every type of escape game from the very best like Rusty Lake and House of DaVinci, to the very worst. This game is on my list of favorites. If you are reading this review and are contemplating getting this game, do it, I promise you will love it.
I’m Lovin It!🍟🎮
I just started playing today and so far I’m lovin it! The graphics are nice and the puzzles are super engaging—some are easy; some not so much. What I’ve played in the last 20 minutes is worth paying for and I’m not even done yet. As far as gameplay goes, the price seems reasonable but that’s up for interpretation. I hope the developers continue to make more because I’ve already got and itch for more!
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- 232.2 MB
- Requires iOS 12.1 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.1 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.1 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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