Out There: Ω Edition

Out There: Ω Edition

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  • Last update
    Oct 16, 2015

Out There: Ω Edition Reviews

  • SGDjames


    Reviewed in 5 Star Games

    Out There is a truly stunning outer space strategy-survival game that will have you managing resources as you explore the expanses of the universe. It is sure to provide gamers quite a challenge, but it is without a doubt one of the most unique and memorable games I have played in recent memory. Well work the higher-than-normal price tag.

  • Pablo Haro

    Pablo Haro

    Reviewed in Point and click adventures

    It's a mash-up of science fiction stories wrapped in an inventory-juggling desperate crawl for survival. It's a relentlessly cruel and hopelessly optimistic experience at the same time. After each terminated epic space adventure, you're left smarter and better prepared for the next. You play as a pilot stranded in space, who fashions a device capable of warping space time and sets out to explore the stars. There's more plot than that, in truth, but I don't want to spoil anything. The universe in which you're almost certainly going to die is massive. Hundreds of stars spread across an almost psychedelic backdrop, each with a set of planets orbiting it. Your epic journey of discovery is broken up into these solar chunks. Along the way, you need to mine the planets you discover to replenish your fuel supply, mend your stricken hull, and fill up your oxygen tanks. At once, you're balancing the desire to go farther with the gnawing understanding that 'going farther' will almost inevitably leave you dead and drifting in space. And so you pick your way through the cosmos, skirting the far reaches of your limits while hoping against hope you can grab the elements you need to extend your adventure in the next system. It's not all mining and dying, though. You'll meet and interact with new civilisations; discover and craft technologies to help you on your way; and encounter all manner of bizarre phenomena as you explore farther into the unknown.

  • Hecmar Arreola

    Hecmar Arreola

    Reviewed in The games of today (paid)

    One of my favorite games of all time. Cool story. Nice senarios. Easy interface and easy to controll. The next level in adventure games

  • Ionut Ivanciu

    Ionut Ivanciu

    Reviewed in Games you can play with one finger

    You can easy play this with one finger and is quite relaxing too.

  • Archive I

    Archive I

    Reviewed in Games not for Couples

    alone in space. find resources for your life and your ship. mobile version of mass effect 2 planet exploration mini-game :) find planets, find resources, find aliens (learn their language), meet difficulties, make decisions, stay alive :)

  • Cebion


    Reviewed in Best games Android has to offer

    Absolutely wonderful space exploration / survival game. You start with a simple ship and make your way through the universe. On the way you gather ore to repair your ship blueprints to make your ship even bigger. You also have to look out that you have sufficent oxygen and fuel or else you'll die out there. From talking aliens to loads of random events this game earned an award. So much fun.

  • Dee DeVille

    Dee DeVille

    Reviewed in Dee's Picks

    Wow. Just wow. Get it. Game has different endings so - replay-ability. The serenity... Oh, the serenity...