What happened to the humans?
In a desolate, ruined world inhabited only by robots, the taciturn android Horatio searches for answers. Where did he come from? Where have all the humans gone? And what, if any, was his role in it?
Torn from his peaceful existence in the crashed airship, the UNIIC, Horatio and his sarcastic floating friend Crispin are forced to travel to Metropolis, City of Glass and Light, to retrieve their stolen power core. What they discover there changes their understanding of the world and their place in it, for better or worse.
Full voice acting, featuring Logan Cunningham (the voice of Bastion) as Horatio.
-- Reviews --
Adventure Gamers - "Beautiful, surrealistic retro graphics; likeable characters and a deceptively sprawling plot." 4/5
Eurogamer - "Primordia is delightful, smart and packed with personality." 7/10
Rock Paper Shotgun - "A cast of thoroughly insane-in-the-short-circuited-membrane side characters keeps the ride nice and lively as well, complimenting the oppressively dreary setting with a strong mix of mystery driven drama, Old West frontier charm, and dark humor."
Gamezebo - "Primordia is a very good game, packed with enough secrets, surprises and twists to keep it interesting from start to finish." 4/5
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Ratings and Reviews
Love the voices. The graphics are exactly the way they look in the description box so it's difficult to differentiate objects from stuff to pick up. However, the game will let you know anything you can interact with around you so it's not so bad.
I think it's suppose to be a logic based game, but even as a builder, I found myself frustrated very quickly and not having fun. For an example, you can't use the data cable as a lasso for the lamp in the beginning. Cool. Its not a rope. Got it. But later on you get your floating robot buddy, crispin, to use it as a rope and tie it off somewhere up high so you can climb it. But, Crispin constantly complains about not having hands, soooo. Hmm. I'm sure things start making sense later, but I'm not interested enough in the characters or the gameplay to keep going. After about 2 hours, I'm kinda done. It's just not for me.
Mood driven in depth mysterious plot
This game is amazing! The music ,art style , and voice acting mesh perfectly together to envelop you in the world if primordia. The somber tone and story elements reminded me a touch of blade runner. I defiantly recommend downloading it. My one critisim is that the controls are not immediately available they appear when you hover over a certain part of the screen you don't get a menu until you find your data pouch ,but I suppose that was intentional to give focus to the landscape of the scene. Overall great game
5 minutes into the game, and I already knew that I was in love. Crispin, your helper, is perfectly witty, and Horatio NullBuilt Version V, was intelligent and a deep character. Right away I was in love with the art, with the curiosity, and I could not bring myself to put the game down. It brought out so much raw emotion in me, and I fell in love over and over again. It was so worth buying, that words can't even begin to explain. The only issue is that it's impossible to get one achievement, but compared the wonder and joy I felt, that's nothing.
- WADJET EYE GAMES, LLC
- 1.5 GB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2016
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