Two hundred years after Earth's first confirmed contact with sentient alien life, humanity has colonized dozens of star systems. You take the role of a former star corvette captain now severely down on his luck after the end of the recent war between Earth and some of its earliest colonies. Make decisions, and see how they affect you, as well as the fate of three sentient species.
Version 2018-04-3a is out. This is mostly a coding/foundation update so check the changelog tab above to see if it's something you would be interested in. The TFs added are a one time free sample for the moment. Future versions will add a way to unlock more.
See the Changelog tab above for what's been updated in the newest version. If you find any problems, bugs, or whatnot please use the forum thread to report/talk about them. I am subbed to it and get notifications and check them as soon as I am able. I can't say the same for reviews.
~ content/word count increased by 12% since last version
~ New voluntary TFs: Breast enlargement and height gain
~ added clothes storage to ship quarters (no more carrying around your wardrobe)
~ added basic combat system (you can test it by going to the new planet under construction. This monster is just a joke test and not going to be really used. All values (health, damage, etc.) are subject to change.)
~ added basic item system
~ added enemy item drops -- now there's at least one way to make some money. More coming.
~ shop code majorly cleaned up to make adding new items easier
~ inventory improved and cleaned up
~ content/word count increased by 34%
~ More story plot
~ Two more scenes with Lianna
~ Alternate path finished if you didn't want to go to the party
~ Beginnings of open area play added
~ Inventory/equipment/shop code added
~ Initial public release
As a first release, this game is incredible. It's remarkably detailed and lush with worldbuilding. There's also several sex scenes available right now for the player to find (the first within like 3 or so pages of the beginning), so people looking just for that should be pretty satisfied. As I noted, the writing is superbly descriptive and engages the reader. While the story is overall linear, there are so many options within scenes that can alter how those turn out that it doesn't feel restrictive and there's plenty of obvious areas to expand upon in future updates.
I highly recommend this game for everyone to play and I eagerly await future updates from the developer.
This game does not feel like an alpha state. In it's current version, the story consists of a lot of world building, but it's extremely well done. Descriptions of characters (and yourself) are written extremely well, environments are nicely detailed, everyone that I've spoken to so far appears to have their own personality. This game is seriously well written. Better than what's normally here. The writing is consistently good, and for an "alpha" state game, there's a lot here. It's really good, and while there isn't a lot of TF (it's just the one, as mentioned by the programmer/writer), what's in is pretty good. There's less focus on the TF and more on how the character/player handles it afterward, but seriously, this is good. The story is good, the world-building is good, the characters are good. I fully reccommend that people check this out. Even if it doesn't get a single update after this.