You're a quarantine agent—an extrajudicial representative of the law who lets only approved people and products leave Earth—and in a few days your starship will be arriving as your new home world. A dead passenger, a mysterious society, and a potential threat to interstellar civilization all await you. Solve the case and save the world. Build your life while building society. Explore this richly intricate game where new surprises await you each time you play!
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I often play Choice of Games but lately I've been playing Hosted Games like Zombie Exodus. I have no problem supporting the little guy and in fact prefer it. But I find myself agreeing with other negative reviews. I played the game through once and this was all true:
1) lack of meaningful decisions. I pursued investigating the possible crime the entire time. Not only did I not find anything, the game basically told me I wasted my time.
2) poor editing. It was well written most of the time, but lots of spaces before punctuation. Also there were a lot of really strange thoughts, like "Enough about that" and "Spaceships aren't your friend."
3) nothing happens. I basically fade into obscurity at the end. Sorry for ruining the ending.
4) meaningless stats. I got my enlightened up to 80%, and then after five years passes everything is down to 35% or less. HOW? I didn't make any decisions, mostly just hit "next" and read this short novel.
So yeah, it was really long and tried to be in depth, but it was basically an interactive fiction. If there were other endings it must have been through a few very discreet options. I found no relationships with any other characters and felt like I died alone. Ah well.
Could be better if more polished
Interesting concept, although a little confusing. Some of choices has no effect on the story (i.e. I chose to stay on the ship, but on the next page I am on the planet), but this seemed more like a bug than poor writing. It was relatively short and there seemed to be many opportunities for choices that are instead just text (like it telling me I chose to become a farmer). Some paths might have been due to the choices I had made, but it wasn't clear from the writing.
Really really good. I'm not sure the people criticizing it even played the game. Comments about choices not having any impact or storylines that aren't interesting simply don't reflect the game as it actually is. This is a smart, well-written game that rewards players who pay attention.
- Hosted Games LLC
- 43.1 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Andrew Schaefer
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.