While seeking life on a distant planet, a skeptical astronaut discovers an abandoned Russian laboratory and suspects his mission is a hoax until a mysterious young woman saves him from a strange and deadly phenomenon... Scientists have now discovered over a thousand new planets orbiting other stars in our galaxy. Of these, at least 60 are comparable in size to the Earth, and a few are within the habitable zone of their star—meaning they could harbor life. What if you could explore one of those planets? Lifeless Planet will be a game that puts the adventure back into "action-adventure." Combining great graphics with a great story, Lifeless Planet aims to be a gaming experience in the spirit of classic games like ICO, The Dig, and Out of This World. Lifeless Planet is under development for PC, Mac and mobile platforms.
Lifeless Planet is now available for OSX from www.LifelessPlanet.com and on Steam. Purchasing from the official site gets you a DRM-free copy for PC or Mac as well as a Steam key (and 100% of the profits go to the developer).
While seeking life on a distant planet, an astronaut discovers an abandoned Russian town...
Lifeless Planet was under development for almost three years after a successful early Kickstarter project. I've worked hard to create a unique game experience that harkens back to action adventure games from years gone by. Combined with an old-school sci-fi story and beautiful environments, Lifeless Planet is an experience in the purest sense of the word. I'm very happy to finally be able to also share this game with Mac users.
Want more reason to check it out? Lifeless Planet is on sale this week for 20% off! The sale ends this weekend, so get it now before time runs out...
Latest tweets from @lifelessplanet
Jul 15 2014, 4:22pm
@TinSleeves Thanks, Dan! Really glad to hear you're enjoying it. =)
Jul 14 2014, 6:45pm
Jul 14 2014, 6:32pm
@downtoforitx Sadly no... However, you can simply go to New Game -> Ancients and get right back to that spot, effectively resetting.
Jul 14 2014, 5:05pm
@IndieGameNews1 Thanks, Dave! Really glad you liked the game. =)
Jul 14 2014, 4:09am
@JR__UK Thanks, JR! So glad you liked it! But I was just one dev! ;-)
Jul 12 2014, 7:40pm
Jul 12 2014, 7:37pm
@Poemsuntold Both, and also lack of immersion. I'm not ruling it out, though, but I felt desktop/Xbox had to come first. We'll see...
Jul 12 2014, 7:31pm
@Poemsuntold Originally it was going to be a tablet game actually, but then I realized it needed desktop. I'm thinking about it though...
Jul 12 2014, 7:18pm