Being an astronaut and exploring the universe is probably something we have all dreamed of. The vast expanse of the unknown is both alluring and terrifying, so imagine, if you will, waking up in a base, but on an unexplored planet. Your landing craft is done for, in pieces and all of your equipment is strewn about.
You want to get home but how? Why on earth (if you pardon the pun) are you here? You have no clue what the answers to those questions are, but you do know that if you ever wish to make it home, you will need to complete your mission for the Corps of Discovery.
Each mission leads to more questions and fewer answers. The strange and often desolate planets are generally inhospitable to human life forms and as such you have to traverse treacherous terrain in order to finish the mission at hand. One wrong step and you could be in unbearable heat, deadly radiation or in a fall that is endless, resulting in death.
You do have help though you aren’t completely alone, your AVA, an AssistBot, is there to aid your journey and remind you of your mission and how vital to the Corps you are.
Explore the planets and unknown worlds whilst discovering just what kind of human you are. What choice and consequences are you willing to make and suffer. You are uncovering the new land, but also your inner and true self.
Take hours to travel across beautiful landscapes in the alien worlds and learn everything you can about the environment, who or what inhabits it and what can help you in your quest.
Oh and you have a jetpack!
Corpse of Discovery is a game that will make you think whilst roaming the incredible expanse of unknown worlds. Available on Steam from Phosphor Game Studio for just £10.99, it will give you hours of fun as you walk about on this sci-fi adventure!
Founder of Eclectic Enchantments blog, Erika has also been a beauty writer, fashion writer and Beauty & Accessories Editor for a large online magazine before starting Erisea.
Erika lives with her dog, Hendrix and beautiful baby girl. She suffers with Fibromyalgia and CFS, among other illnesses which leaves her housebound much of the time. Her passion is writing.