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We're a small team of developers making fun, story rich, and immersive games for PC and VR. Our passion is telling expressive stories through fun moment-to-moment gameplay.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: Intel i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or better
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Vive HMD and controllers
  • OS: Windows 10 or higher
  • Processor: Intel i7
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 980 or better
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Vive HMD and controllers
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Interkosmos reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
enormous! One of my favorite games in VR! Worthy of a Euro Disney attraction!! LOL FuN atmosphere and Crébible! Everything is graphic design, playability and realism. Gags and humor and I go. --> Only HIC de size: the game requires a fairly correct English level or more...
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Microsoft from French
Tasty mix of mini adventure and simulation game, very funny and perfectly realized. A little marvel. Unfortunately it takes a correct level of English to be able to enjoy it. The instructions come in English and if you do not understand well you will not really enjoy it. You can get out of it in easy mode but it will be a shame. An important point mentioned in other comments: except just big linguistic worries, do not play in easy mode, try directly difficult it is much nicer. In easy mode we tell you or press every step, it detypes the game.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Bringing a Russian Space Capsule from the Space Station back to Earth? Sounds fun. It is also-if you are proficient in the English Language and understand the Speech with a Russian Accent. The Task in the Game is to fly safely back to Earth from a Russian Space station in Earth's orbit. In the Space Capsule, you can operate pretty much any Switch and Button. In doing so, you have to make sure that the Entrance is done correctly and, of course, that you work the Life Support on Board correctly ... But how you know this from Russian Technology;) A lot goes wrong. Kurzwei-like Game with very good Immersion-Fun yet oppressive, the Price of ~ 5 EUR on any value P.S.: Yes, and Russian Technique is not so bad.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Intercosmos (like most VR games) is played through quite quickly. For the cheap Price (I paid around 5 EUROS) you get a really cool, exciting Experience, which is also worth playing through at least one more time. Why? I don't want to reveal that here. Briefly explained, you steer a Space Capsule back to Earth after Docking off from a Space Station (I suppose it's supposed to be the Me). However, the Space companion Is rather meagre and has all sorts of Problems and Bugs (the Space Shuttle, not the Game). With the Radio Contact between the ground and Space station you have to read a bit between the Lines and let yourself go through your Head again afterwards, exactly what happened, in order to get all the little Gags and the actually (profound) Action To understand exactly. The Game is worth it for anyone into Space experiences such as Mercury, BBC's Home, Mission ISS and the Apollo 11 Experience. A lot of Fun. A lot of Humour. Very cool done. Shreddy Space Capsule, which has a certain Charm precisely because of it. And visually, the whole thing also makes something real.
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