Posts Tagged ‘2000:1 A Space Felony’

Sci-fi caper 2000:1 A Space Felony is free this week

I don't like those odds

There’s a lot of sci-fi silliness of 2000:1: A Space Felony Or How I Came To Value My Life And Murder Mercilessly. It’s pretty much guaranteed when you look at the name. Not only is it uncomfortably long, it also provides more colons than I care to have. That sense of comical overwriting is a big part of the game – a first-person investigation on a space station with four corpses and one shifty AI. This week it’s free for Thanksgiving, say developers National Insecurities. Read the rest of this entry »

Become an astro-detective in 2000:1 A Space Felony

Cheapos among you may remember first-person crime caper Disorient on the Murder Express, in which you play an aging detective with a dedicated “sip whiskey” button. It was one of our best free games of 2016. The team behind it – National Insecurities – have been working on a follow-up. A longer detective story set on board a spinning space station full of corpses where the only remaining witness is a suspicious AI. 2000:1 A Space Felony Or How I Came To Value My Life And Murder Mercilessly [Itch.io page] is coming out on Friday as part of Humble’s monthly bundle deal. You can see what it looks like in the trailer below. But in short: it has a dedicated “sip coffee” button.
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