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About the StoryThe Descent Device: faster-than-light travel at speeds no human should go; an alien mystery. But it only goes one way, falling from star to star towards the centre of the galaxy. Voyageur is a literary RPG where you take the helm of a trader-vagabond vessel, looking for adventure, wealth, and answers in an infinite galaxy full of procedural cultures and civilizations.
Nominee, Best Setting; Nominee, Best Use of Innovation - 2017 XYZZY Awards
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A beautiful commercial game about space exploration, April 20, 2019
It's similar to 80 Days in that it's a choice-based travel game revolving around buying items at a low price and selling them at a higher price. This mechanic fuels your ability to dive ever deeper to the center of the universe, meeting different planets that are parts of different factions along the way.
This game makes heavy use of procedural generation, sort of a text version of No Man's Sky.
With both No Man's Sky and Voyageur, I felt that maybe that procedural elements were pushed a bit higher than the scripted parts. Many of the planets eventually began blurring together.
I reached an ending that satisfied me. A mellow game, good to play at leisure.
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