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Solaria Moon

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Solaria Moon is a space adventure in 3D in which we will be on board of the enormous cargo spacecraft Taranis. Our protagonist, a young computer engineer named Lucy Lambert, wakes up completely disorientated in her hibernation capsule without a hint of what has happened. From that moment, it will take place a new adventure full of challenging puzzles to solve and mysteries to uncover.

Main features

• Space adventure in 3D.
• High quality graphics.
• Intriguing and enigmatic plot.
• Dozens of puzzles integrated in the development of the story.
• Multitude of interactive elements.
• Exploration of the spacecraft Taranis.
• Distinguished original soundtrack.
• Accurate Spanish and English dubbing.

Find out the truth

An unexpected breakdown of the Tarani’s control systems have triggered a critical situation in the hibernation capsules. Only one crew member, Lucy Lambert, has survived the system overload. Immediately, she discovers that the capsule of her teammate, Nikolai Pavlov, is completely empty. From this moment on, Lucy will have to apply her instinct and ingenuity in order to find out what is happening on the enormous cargo spaceship Taranis and locate her teammate Pavlov.

Explore Taranis spaceship

To progress in this adventure, Lucy will have to go through all the hidden corners of the Taranis spaceship. The infirmary, the cabins, the reactor room or the bridge will only be a few scenarios in which Lucy will go into in order to uncover the truth about the Taranis and its crew.

Visit our webpage: http://www.solariamoon.com/
Release date
Tizona Interactive, Zerouno Games
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-650, 3.2 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4 Ghz
  • Memory: 4 MB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 470 de 1 GB/AMD HD 7870 de 2 GB
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • OS: Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-3770, 3.4 GHz or AMD FX-8350, 4.0 GHz
  • Memory: 8 MB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 780 de 3 GB/AMD R9 290 de 4 GB
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from French
lifetime without rushing the game: 2 hours (Unity game) the puzzles are rather simple, short adventure. It would have been appreciable that the adventure be longer, and that there are more enigmas to really get in the personage.
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Microsoft from French
It's not that bad. The graphics are very average. The controls do not accept the Azerty or directional arrows. So I had to play the joystick with a camera that moves way too fast. Puzzles are mainly a set of puzzles to solve. On this point, it's not too bad, even if it's still very classic. As for the story, it really pleased me at first. I like sci-fi scenarios where you wake up alone in a space station. Nothing very original but it always makes its little effect. But the rest of the game is rather boring scriptically speaking.
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Microsoft from French
I do not like to give negative opinions for games made by small teams who have demonstrated goodwill in trying to do something sympathetic, but there unfortunately I am obliged to counter-balance by a negative opinion because the opinion " positive "current on steam does not match at all according to me to reality. So I would already pass on the lack of pause menu and key configuration, as well as on the short life that I had already read by reading the first opinions (2-3h, and this is the case). The big negative points in my opinion: the camera movement is glued to your character and makes the whole décor twirl at the slightest movement of the mouse, which causes nausea from the first moments. The characters are hideous and without expression (Unity assets), your character walks like a lame duck, and is ugly in addition. The graphics in general all look like unity assets and the textures are Unembossed. The puzzles are certainly obvious to find, but in return half are excessively difficult to solve. For 3 of the latest puzzles (those with the switches in particular), you have two solutions: either try all the combiners for 15 minutes until you go crazy, either take a paper and pencil and write everything on a sheet to be able to find the solution (what I had to do). The story makes no sense, and in view of the above faults one passes beside any immersion. And I'm still going to quote some "positive" points anyway...: sound realization of pretty good Bill (discreet ambience music) voiceover of the main character pretty well played various puzzles, despite the too big difficulty of some as I mentioned above, the other puzzles remain friendly to do. In conclusion, because of the large selection of this kind of puzzle-adventure games on steam, I can not honestly recommend this one, and advise you rather other titles like for example subject 13. Avoid 3/10
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