Humans explore and colonise space using ridiculously deadly, moon-sized trains - 'Astro Locomotives'.
In the far future, humans explore and colonise space using ridiculously deadly, moon-sized trains - 'Astro Locomotives'. They're operated by enormous, competing railroad companies and train vs. train combat is (expensively) common.
Take control of a mistreated mechanic and a swashbuckling pilot as you try to save Gilbert Station from destruction at the hands of an alien death fleet!
Steve Brown over at Adventure Gamers has weighed in on Astroloco: Worst Contact, giving it an excellent 4 stars out of 5!
AdventureGamers wrote:I found Astroloco: Worst Contact a great experience overall, as the non-stop humour more than made up for the lack of challenge.
From the voice work to the whimsical low-res character animations, the whole game feels like it was made by gaming enthusiasts who wanted to make a game they would find fun to play.
At only 4-5 hours of play time it might end a little sooner than other titles, but it's budget priced accordingly and its shorter duration is packed to the gills with comedy.
You can read the full review here: Adventure Gamers.
Head over to the Hungry Planet Games website to download the free demo, or buy the full game!
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