BIO GUARDIAN: The Freyja cultivation vessel starts a long journey towards Nimbos and a young planet is in the midst of a terraforming process. When the mission is affected by a strange biological anomaly, the fate of the settlers from Nimbos rests in a single crew member. Will you be able to save the fate of Nimbos and discover the truth about Freyja's secret?.

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Bio Guardian: New release


April 04, 2011 - (Seville, Spain) Oniric Factor ( is proud to present Bio Guardian, an original Arcade for Windows. In Bio Guardian, the player takes the control of Scalpel, an armed microscopic machine in order to clear a strange infection and saves the future of a distant colony.


Bio Guardian, gets the simple and enjoyable mechanics from the genre classics, immersing the player in the depths of a microscopic world. As the game progresses, several chassis with unique characteristics will be developed and combat ready.

The game's story begins when a Terraforming Vessel "Freyja" starts a travel from an old solar system towards Nimbos colony planet. The vessel is loaded with an enormous culture of oxygen generator microorganisms, a vital resource to create a habitable atmosphere in Nimbos. With the appearance of a strange anomaly during the travel, the mission success and the future of Nimbos inhabitants is jeopardized.

When the game starts, the protagonist awake with his mind trapped into Scapel interface, the armed nano machine. You do not have answers but Nimbos people are in danger and you are the only one who can save the cultures, and perhaps, only perhaps you could escape from your strange prison.
Will you be able to assume the Bio Guardian role?

For more information on Bio Guardian or to access the free demo go to:

About Oniric Factor:

Oniric factor is an independent game developer group located in Seville, Spain.

We work in small teams, keeping a close relation between the crew. We really enjoy making games, but only the games that exceed our quality standards are published to the general public.

Aulbath - - 1 comments

Good old Bitmap Brothers font-styling :D

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Alxe - - 13 comments

Glad to see some indie developers from Spain. :D
I'd try the game, but sadly I can't really buy it at the moment.

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