Hello everyone, my name is Alexander, I'm a solo developer of Far-Out (Episode "Selene") game. It took for me almost two years to develop this project. In collaboration with such people as Michael Donner, Nic Mepham, Boris Repetur, Andrey Dubrovsky and Others, I've approached to the moment when this game truly became something more, than was just expected at the beginning.
This game is just a small story from the very big universe. I was working few months only on project's concept and should tell you, the story showed in the game is a reflection of my life for past 5 years and everything that's happening in the game quite much related to me.
"Far-Out" is planned as an episodic Sci-fi game-magazine about random stories in uncharted universe. "Selene" is a name of the expedition vessel where we have to play our role as Zack Paterson, geneticist of Selene. During last fly, Zack accidently waked up and found out that their vessel is in autopilot mode somewhere far out and no one answer for his shout for help.
As a geneticist, Zack doesn't know how to use navigation computer and operating system itself, also he has a small amnesia effect because the last fly in some circumstance took 300 years, but was supposed to end in a few months.
This is one of many occasions that push player to think and learn ship from beginning.
A project's concept made in the way, that you don't need to save your progress, because you can complete the game with one of 6 different endings, of course if you know what to do. Every player will have his own unique experience on Selene, will you escape or die?
The Game is full of surprises for "Old School" gamers. Far-Out creation was inspired by good old games such as Space Quest (Thank's to "Two Guys from Andromeda" for such a great game), The Dig, Full Throttle, Another World and of course old movies as Alien, Logan's Run, Saturn-3, Back to the Future etc.
Selene is also hiding many secrets that you'll have to discover on your own!
Currently the game is public in Steam Store: Store.steampowered.com
IndieDB community: Indiedb.com
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