OPUS: Rocket of Whispers
Universal

Description

Travel across a world of ice and snow, through burned down ruins and treacherous peaks, to launch a rocket that will reach the stars.

“Once we fire the rocket, will these ghosts finally leave me?” Asked the man.

“Of course. Our goal, after all, is to return them to the cosmos” The witch replied.

Throughout the game, you will play as two survivors of an apocalyptic plague. Help them achieve the unimaginable of building a rocket, so they can return the deceased to their cosmic homeland through the ancient tradition of space burials.

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FEATURES
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STORY
An emotionally-driven and heartwarming adventure written by IMGA nominated writer of OPUS: The Day We Found Earth. Explore an atmospheric world full of mysteries and rich narration.

EXPLORE
Travel through a post-apocalyptic winter filled with ruins and remnants of a once prosperous land. Explore the unknown for antiques and artifacts, and find out about their past.

BUILD
Prepare for countdown by gathering the materials needed to build a rocket, and craft tools that will help you reach greater distances.

ART
Over 100 items to find and inspect, each beautifully drawn with a story to match, including rocket material backed by careful research on rocket science.

MUSIC
Over 30 beautiful atmospheric soundscapes designed to immerse you in the snowy wilderness. Composed and recorded by indiePlay nominated composer Triodust.

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**The full version of the game requires a one time purchase to unlock, but you can experience the first part of it (about 1 hour) for free**

**Optimized for – iPhone 5 and above, iPad 2 and above, iPad Mini and above, iPod Touch 5
Requires iOS 8.0 and above**

What's new in version 1.1.0

- Japanese language now fully supported
- Fix text line break issue on certain tablet devices
- New items added in shop
- Revised story
- Improved interface when exploring
- Improved sound

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Recommended by Oleg Neyolov

Version 1.1.0 – November 27, 2017 at 5:15 PM