Posts Tagged ‘Cosmochoria’

Cosmochoria Blasts Out Of Early Access At Half-Price

A naked guy in a helmet meandering around the vacuum of space. Finally, a video game that relates to my day to day life.

Long-time RPS readers will remember we spoke about Cosmochoria [official website] when it first entered Early Access last year. At that time we were already comparing it to Edmund McMillen’s Aether, which is still right on the money. Both are 2D games, both set on or around small planets, one largely an ode to being naked in space which I reckon McMillen would approve of.

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Cosmochoria In Early Access: Nakedly Terraform Planets

I’ve been in love with 2D games set upon small planets since Edmund McMillen’s Aether, and Cosmochoria, released on Steam Early Access just a couple of days ago, covers similar ground. As a little naked man with a space helmet on, you bound across miniature planets, terraform them by planting flowers, and use a jetpack to launch into space to fight aliens and find new worlds to explore. Check the early access trailer below for a little taste of each.

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Naked & Arcade: Cosmochoria

Lots of things are improved when done in the nude. Not least replanting the galaxy with life after a cataclysmic event sees all the tiny planets dying. Which is, impressively, the concept behind Cosmochoria. You play a little naked astronaut, seeding planets (ew, no, not like that) while fending off angry aliens. You can play the alpha right now. And the Kickstarter has just gone live.

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