Is it even a game? Check it out on Nouse.
Release date: Steam on 23rd October
Developer: Verse Publications
Another review via Nouse, from indie developer Alan Zucconi. From our brief tweeting, he seems like a decent guy, and his game had me hooked like crack for a while…
Game Review: 0RBITALIS
Release date: 16th of April (Steam Early Access)
Developer: Alan Zucconi
A quick note on screenplay notation: INT = interior, EXT = exterior, V.O. = voiceover, O.S. = off-screen
INT. LIVING ROOM. NIGHT
Small, cosy living room with classic décor. Two brothers, MATTHEW, 9, and ANTHONY, 7, sit on the CARPET by the lit FIREPLACE. Next to the fireplace there is an old CHAIR. They are playing with TOY TRAINS. The adjacent kitchen is visible through a doorway where MOTHER and FATHER can be seen moving about as they prepare dinner. Their idle chatter is heard but unintelligible.
Anthony has made a tiny working circuit of railway. He watches the train go round.
I suppose if someone were to ask my philosophical inclinations, the best I could do would be to explain that I am that rare breed: a nihilist who does not smoke.