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About the StoryOne spaceship, fifteen strangers, infinite possibilities.
You wake up in the medical bay of a spaceship with no memory of who you are, who put you there, and why. When you explore the spaceship, you realize that you're not alone. You meet strangers claiming that they too, have lost their memories. Are they friends or foes? Who is the mastermind? Are you in purgatory?
Hyper Rift is a visual gamebook adventure that draws inspirations from science fiction mysteries. We've crafted an original science fiction story that blends real science with imaginations and present choices that lead to far-reaching consequences. It also features number puzzles, situational puzzles, multiple endings and interesting characters that can save your life or betray you in critical moments.
- A novel gamebook format that guides you with a map of the game world and rich sound effects.
- 14 Endings to unlock, depending on how you play - kill or rescue? fix or sabotage?
- Loaded with hidden references to science fiction classics.
- Optimized for Intel x86 mobile devices.
Hyper Rift Ė An Engrossing Sci-Fi Horror Adventure
What is in a game book that attracts players if not a good story? Hyper Rift has it. Even though some elements may seem like worn-out cliches, the story overall is original, full of unpredictable twists and turns, and most importantly, mysterious.
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CKS Studio has released Hyper Rift onto Google Play
What I like about this game is that it isnít JUST a book, but there is also an interactive map as well, enabling users to visualize and interact with, some of the content.
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Eerie, Challenging, Entertaining, November 27, 2019
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