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About the StoryA time capsule was accidentally activated. Dr. Alex and his team members were tossed into the past, and no one has heard from them ever since. What could have happened to them in an era of at least 50 000 BC? Now, Robin is determined to travel back in time to find his father. Will Robin make it? What will he find in that ancient world? Will everything go as planned? There is only one person who could help him. YOU.
Project Hyrax is a survival text based quest with elements of science fiction, horror, and occasional humor. In this game you will be able to alter the story by making choices, creating your very own adventure.
A thrilling game in which the story plays out in real time. Robin will travel, rest, and dive into actions based on your choices. You can keep up with Robin or come back and play later. The story proceeds as you do.
If you liked Alien, Dead Space, Zarya - 1 and Lifeline - you'll love this interactive fiction.
Available on the iOS and Android.
Project Hyrax- Game Review
If you enjoy “real-time” texting survival games, do yourself a favor and check out Project Hyrax on the Google Play Store. It is also available on the Apple Store for you IOS guys and gals! It’s available for free, with ads, with the option to disable them for 99 cents, a very small price to pay for a dangerous, yet fun and exciting romp through space and time! Will Robin find their dad, and be able to return back to the present time? Will they be stuck in an unforgiving land, only to be slowly killed off by you, the sole link to present time? You’ll have to find out for yourself by downloading Project Hyrax today…seriously.. do it for Robin!
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The design and formatting are well done. It's a text-based game where you receive messages from a time traveller.
The writing seems like it is not from a native speaker, with numerous typos and grammatical errors. Also, many of the choices are clearly irrelevant to what happens after, adding nothing to the gameplay, and only two choices are available at a time.
However, the timed messages and the length of the game drew it out to over a month as I tried to finish it to write a review. It eventually grew on me, and I found myself having a good time.
I would have given it 4 stars for that reason, but it froze on me after many, many choices, and I couldn't get it unfrozen.
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