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About the StoryThey told you that star flight would be difficult. They told you and you believed them...sort of.
What they hadn't told you was how grueling cold sleep could be, how the months and years of your flight would be filled with endless nightmares, countless replays of every terrible thing that had happened to you in a lifetime of terrible Things. When the instructions finally arrived from the ship's computer telling the cold sleep Machinery to revive you for the final phase of your flight, you were grateful.
what you didn't realize, even as you stumbled groggily from the narrow sleep chamber into the pilot's cabin of the Starflyer Ganymede, was that the most nightmarish part of your mission was yet to come...and that you would face it fully awake.
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Solved without Hints by joncgoodwin
I'm very interested in hearing truthful accounts of at least somewhat difficult games (or games that don't solve themselves at least) solved completely without recourse to hints, walkthroughs, etc.
Best sci-fi games by Ant-Fan
I'm looking for games from the sci-fi genre. I would prefer classic-style games, even if they're not classics (such as 'Across The Stars') because one of my all-time favorites is Planetfall, but really, anything goes.
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