Polish developers EJR Team has announced the release of their latest game Lemuria: Lost in Space, a sci-fi puzzler that looks like a lot fun. Learn about this new game with all the details below and if you’re intrigued be sure and try out the game demo before you buy it.
The Intriguing Story
The Lemuria 7 spaceship has been missing for over 70 years. Now it is back in the Solar System. However, there are no crew members on it. It’s also unclear how the Lemuria 7 has returned and why it has been severely damaged.
In Lemuria: Lost in Space, you play as Abrix – the robot with AI that may operate in extreme temperatures, high levels of radiation and that yields weapon and hacking modules to explore the whole Lemuria 7 spaceship.
Explore over 100 rooms of the spacecraft, solve dozens of puzzles, find valuable resources and fight with security turrets and other enemies patrolling the ship;
–Uncover the story of the lost crew of Lemuria 7. The ship has been missing for over 70 years – find out what exactly happened to them;
–Acquire new skills allowing you to hack computer terminals or even the spaceship network to avoid fighting with patrolling robots;
–Challenge yourself in demanding mini-games that will test your logical thinking and maths skills;
–Feel the unique atmosphere of the abandoned spaceship with the original soundtrack, composed by Ree-D.
Abrix has an ability to overrun security systems. The unique hacking mini-game will challenge your math, geographic and logical thinking skills. The other mini-game, called Netwar, gives you the possibility to overrun spaceship network and avoid certain fights with hostile robots.
Abrix also has a special software that allows him to upgrade himself during the mission. You need to be very careful – if you run out of batteries or an anti-radiation cloak, the mission is aborted, and the game is over.
To explore over 100 rooms of the spaceship, you’ll need to solve dozens of puzzles, find valuable resources for the robot and fight with security turrets and other enemies patrolling the ship.
Solving puzzles not only rewards you with priceless resources but also uncovers the story of the lost crew of Lemuria 7. The level of challenge depends on difficulty – so choose wisely, or you’ll need to start from scratch.
The Game Demo is Available Now!
-Players can also try the updated game demo (v. 0.8) with the newest features from the main game:
-The game demo is now fully voiced-over (all expedition members);
-Players can learn the new network hacking ability which triggers NetWar mini-game, that may disable robots and turrets in the area;
-You can re-spec your character with a unique item;
EJR Team has already published several updates to the game demo, including balancing difficulty, improving UI and fixing issues reported by their players.