Trapped in far reaches of space, the sole survivor of a human genetic experiments gone badly wrong…Years spent avoiding your infected crew mates with only a distant voice for company….

Battling against the corporations ‘clean-up’ squad who have one instruction – destroy all evidence!Shadows are your friends; avoidance is your only strategy.How long can a mind survive this environment?

Inspired by a range of classic sci-fi movies, Solarix is a ‘psychological survival horror’ game featuring massively detailed open-ended levels encompassing both survival and stealth game-play styles.

The game encompasses both alien worlds and huge orbital space stations, with hidden terrors around every corner.Our goal is to take the survival horror genre beyond simple staged ‘jump scares’ and cheap thrills. With Solarix we will create a world that fills you with unease, insecurity and desperation.

Solarix has already approved by Steam. All that’s need now is your support!

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Here are the patch notes :

  • Increased player interaction distance: Now players can pick up throwable objects and items and interact with doors more easily.
  • Increased crouching speed: In all difficulties crouching speed has been increased, as expected you’ll have slower crouching speed on harder difficulties.
  • Major overhaul to the electro shocker/tazer gun: Now both aiming and hitbox detection of the tazer gun has been improved, which should be easier and more reliable. You still have to aim from behind and you still have to be careful not to alert guards by making noise when approaching them from behind.
  • Added more check points all across chapters and allowed multiple saves to certain check points.
  • Fixed certain key items not being pick-upable on medium and hard difficulty.
  • Extra improvements & also fixed terrain collision problems. Player should move more smoothly over terrain now both in running and crouching mode.
  • Removed keycard access to Mines entrance in chapter 3. Now that door doesn’t need keycard, in case people forget about it and don’t want to backtrack.
  • Adjusted player’s jump height to avoid collision problems on certain world object
Patch Notes v1.1

Patch Notes v1.1

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Here are the patch notes for the first patch for Solarix.

Release Day

Release Day

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Below is a list of times that Solarix unlocks on Steam today.

Release Date & System Spec's

Release Date & System Spec's

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It's official Solarix will be available 30th April on Steam and other distribution platforms.

January 2015 Update

January 2015 Update

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So what have we been up to since we last updated you guys in December.

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piwodex
piwodex

My monitor is max res. 1366x768 and game dont supports that res. I don't want to play with lower res.

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Pulsetense Creator
Pulsetense

New patch that was released today should have fixed that issue.

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Pulsetense Creator
Pulsetense

Whats the issue?

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Pulsetense Creator
Pulsetense

Hi @piwodex we'll be adding more resolutions with the next patch.

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piwodex
piwodex

I hope you release patch fast because technically I can't play. :P

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piwodex
piwodex

Can I change resolusion to 1366x768 somehow?

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gogolino
gogolino

Played Solarix today about an hour (not much spare time, i'm just after house moving, boxes are still everywhere around me hehe) and must say it's very much in System Shock 2 style (what means niiice), dark and atmospheric. Congratulations Pulsetense Games. Great job!!!

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Pulsetense

Many thanks for the feedback man. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts once you have finished the game.

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gogolino
gogolino

I'll review Solarix soon :)

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gogolino
gogolino

At last!!! Great news, guys. I'm excited to play Solarix.

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