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Solaria Moon Launches September 6th – All Aboard the Taranis

Solaria Moon Launches September 6th – All Aboard the Taranis

Solaria Moon Launches September 6th – All Aboard the Taranis

It is the year 2352… You are alone in outer space with a mystery to solve


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Solaria Moon started out as a one-man project, with Javier Nieto at the helm. Armed with his first prototype, he presented his work in 2015 at the Zerouno Networking Game contest held in Spain. It caught the attention of Tizona Interactive who encouraged him to expand his team and boost the game’s scope. Soon after, he was joined by composer Victor Tarín and voice actor Inge Martín.

In late 2016, Solaria Moon got the Greenlight from Steam. After an additional year of development and fine-tuning, the game will officially launch on September 6th.

The story is a familiar one, with a spaceship, a failed hibernation system and an unexpected wakeup call. You play this 3D adventure from a 3rd person perspective, controlling the ship’s Navigation Officer, Lucy Lambert. She is aboard the space cargo ship Taranis and has come out of hibernation a bit early. While she slept, a catastrophic event occurred on board the ship and her team members are either dead or missing. There are indications that a computer is somehow responsible for the chaos and it is up to you (Lucy) to figure out what really happened and what to do next.

With a focus on story and puzzles, Solaria Moon promises to surprise and challenge you. Integrated puzzles will be diverse and will require players to put their thinking caps on. You will also need to grab your boots and prepare for some serious exploration. The answers you seek lie somewhere within the vast superstructure of Taranis.

Cindy Kyser

Cindy Kyser

Cindy’s love affair with gaming began when she opened a mailbox in front of a white house and took the first step in a long series of adventures. ‘Back in the day,’ Cindy was a regular contributor to JA and an active member of the online gaming community. She has attended several E3s and has had the pleasure of spending time in person with both Ray and Randy. Her all- time favorite adventures include the Tex Murphy series, the Gabriel Knight series, and The Longest Journey. She also enjoys RPGs and her list of ‘best ever’ includes Fallout, Asheron’s Call, and Planescape Torment. Â Frustrated with the cost of rising PC system requirements, Cindy decided to switch to console and tablet gaming. Although you can teach some old dogs new tricks, she discovered that console controller dexterity is a skill set that she is lacking. Her results with tablet gaming were not much better. With the exception of a few gems such as The Room and Forever Lost, there is a limit to how much one can play Candy Crush and Hidden Object Adventures. Having proved that pure escapism is worth the investment, she has a new gaming laptop and is back to her search for the perfect adventure. Â After spending most of her life in Los Angeles and Atlanta, Cindy escaped the stress of urban life and moved to rural Arkansas. To show that she has become a true Arkansan, she has taken up deer hunting, wears pink camo, and put a chicken coop in her backyard. On a stressful day, she can be heard yelling ‘Woo Pig Sooie’ when all else fails.

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