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Having played the preview build of EXO ONE, the new game from Adelaide-based Exbleative (AKA, Jay Weston), it's safe to say it lives up to its description of being a cross between Journey and 2001: A Space Odyssey. In it you pilot a spherical alien spacecraft, exploring strange landscapes, controlling gravity and morphing the spherical craft so you can glide into the clouds. Even in this early state it looks and sounds great, and with the Kickstarter campaign now live, it's also one that we can't wait to see more of.

Check it out.



In the early 21st century, mankind received a signal from a distant point in empty space, light-years from any star. The signal contained plans for an alien craft, which humanity soon built. We called it, 'EXO ONE', 'Exo' meaning 'external' or 'from outside', 'One' referring to the first craft of its kind.
During a regular trial run in a hidden, underground facility, the test-pilot inadvertently triggered a wormhole to open, pulling EXO ONE through to places unknown.


And with the full release promising that you can "drop beneath the waves of boiling oceans under the glow of distant suns", EXO ONE is now firmly on our radar.



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