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When the Protostar’s malfunctioning transporter scatters the crew across three alien planets, Dal and Gwyn must use their wits and skills to overcome ingenious puzzles, endure hostile environments and battle deadly robot armies to rescue Jankom Pog, Rok-Tahk, Zero and Murf.
You take command to explore a range of different alien worlds (Orisi, Mirios and Taresse) each offering specific hostile environments, puzzles, challenges and mysteries. As you search for your friends you must also keep an eye out for a range of enemies.
The result is a game not only noteworthy for the Star Trek theme. It offers some really novel environmental puzzles as things progress, many of which require some fun co-op play. From the shooting to the scanning and other interactions, things are kept simple and fun and approachable for players of any ages.
5+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Younger players need to be able to help with solving the block-pushing puzzles and can benefit from some parental help. It's a great game to play together parent and child.
The game starts with a cutscene with subtitles turned on by default. These lose their contrast at times, and are not very big. The game warns about flashing images at the start.
You can play with just Keyboard on PC, but the default controls use the Mouse for interact. The mouse is not needed to play the game (there are no mechanics that require aiming/pointing) and it can be rebound.
Although there aren't Difficulty Settings or Assists, the game is designed for young players and there is puzzle assist system where the Tricorder provides help.
You can access the Tutorial messaging again via the menu. Control reminders are displayed in game at appropriate times and in context of the gamepad.
Diversity and Inclusion
Gender and Sexuality:
Gender and Sexuality Choices: The gender and sexuality choices you can make for your character orientation and presentation in the game.
- Choose Man/Boy or Woman/Girl: You can choose between either man/boy or woman/girl character.
Gender Representation: The gender representation of the pre-defined characters you can play in the game.
- Play as Stereotype-Free Woman: The game's protagonist is a woman who doesn't conform to common gender stereotypes. Leading the narrative and not conforming to common objectification.
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