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A sci-fi "not just" survival tale; you are shipwrecked on a strange planet of vast plains... and with ruthless Hunters on the prowl. Can you learn from The People that it is not enough to "just" survive? v01.01.01
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Excellent Interactive Science Fiction exquisitely developed and written (in Spanish).
It is hypertext (although it is not Twine). It amazes me the author's ability to satisfy the curiosity of the most, in terms of knowing and learning the textures, smells, and flavors of this new world. That is, you get a total immersion based on abundant options that allow you to deepen the experience.
I miss more interactivity in the sense that many of the protagonist's actions are automatic within the text (which is logical, and other types of players will appreciate it) but, I miss the movement of objects and actions carried out by my hand.
The story is absorbing and expands this science fiction universe developed by the author in two other games, this being the second in a trilogy.
This time, the game shows the same "People" as the first chapter "El protector" (both games are self-contained) but from the perspective of an outsider. The people are an alien tribe of sweet manners, mysterious ways who embrace and take care of the player, and it reflects quite nicely how we must learn to live in a new culture.
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