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OPUS: The Day We Found Earth

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Help our little robot, Emeth, to fulfill a century-old promise by finding Earth in order to save Mankind—so step into the spaceship, operate a deep space telescope, and find out what’s out there in the unknown.“A robot without a goal is nothing more than a calculator. So, listen up... Your goal, is to find Earth. Do we have a deal?”- Dr. Lisa, the creator of the robot and who believes that Earth is not just a myth.“We have a deal… Emeth will find Earth!” - Emeth, the robot.

  • An atmospheric experience with a rich story
  • A whole galaxy to explore and get lost in
  • Secrets of mysterious planets to be uncovered
  • Meticulously crafted art
  • A beautiful soundtrack to chill out to

Experience an emotional, atmospheric story of purpose and pursuit.
In the far future, humanity has lost its way back. Help the childlike robot Emeth carry on his creator's will to find our long lost home, earth, together, as he realizes a greater purpose inside his tiny mechanical heart.

As the adventure begins, players operate an evolving space telescope to find Earth by scanning nearby stars. Also, the game is like a visual novel in which players can explore each crew member’s secrets scattered around the spaceship with rich narration.

Enjoy a full soundtrack of original music from composer Triodust.Woven deeply into every corner of the game. Prepare to lose yourself in the organically generated soundscape while wandering through the galaxy!
Release date
Flyhigh Works, SIGONO
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for Nintendo Switch

System requirements for iOS

System requirements for Android

4.1 and up

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz Dual Core or Greater
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X Snow Leopard or later
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz Dual Core or Greater
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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OPUS: The Day We Found Earth reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Who said video games were violent? In this game, no brain explosion or body spray in turn....;) No, here we embody a small robot named Emeth who has the noble task of finding our good old planet Earth among the vastness of space in order to save mankind! Equipped with a telescope, we will have to analyze each solar system to find our beloved planet. What? But it's going to be super boring! " And if I tell you that in parallel this unfolds a naristic frame as original as touching?! I can not explain this story without the spoiler, simply I can tell you that one goes through all the emotions: joy, anger, fear, sadness, wonder... In short you will not be bored and you will absolutely want to know the following between each scan of solar system! Despite all these good points, the game is not perfect: indeed, the lifespan of the latter is relatively low (this is due to the fact that the game is the basis of an Android game and that it is a simple port on PC) and the translations are not yet comp (for the French version in any case). In conclusion: it is a very good little game that will occupy you for a few hours when you will need to pause between two parts of FPS;)
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Microsoft from French
Original game I would have liked to recommend. Unfortunately, it has too many flaws to go beyond. For starters, I do not recommend playing in French: If you have enough English, opt for the original version because the game is rather poorly translated. This game has a lot of qualities in terms of its general ambience yet. It's both poetic and touching, naïve and cute. It's a lot like a kid's story. The relationship between the two main characters of the story confirms it elsewhere. And the graphics and the soundtrack are good for all this, nothing to complain about. The problem is that, already, the game is extremely short: I completed it at 98% after 4 hours. It includes the ancillary objectives that do not advance the story. It's little, even for a game at that price. Then the story is too simple. Not much reversal of situation, nor big development of the characters and their "background". We are only given a vague reason to find the Earth and we do not know what will be done when we find it. Finally, the big black spot of the game remains the gameplay. It's very repetitive. It's limited to looking for coordinates on a map. You are given an indication, for example: "the object to be analyzed is located in zone X which is at 90 ° from the planet Y itself located in zone Z". You find the star to analyze. Back to base. A few lines of dialogs and objects to click on. New goal, and we're doing it again. That's all you'll do in this game, nothing more. It's really a pity, because the idea of departure is very seductive. I liked to find out but it remains too little, this game does not keep its promises according to me.
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