Lifeline is a textual content journey, however one with a severe distinction and far increased stakes than you could be used to. You are not the protagonist of the story… and your selections may get the protagonist killed.
Taylor is the only real survivor of the crash of the Varia, on a barren moon someplace within the neighborhood of Tau Ceti. Reaching out on comms, Taylor is ready to discover a single individual, a single lifeline: you. As Taylor units about exploring the inhospitable atmosphere, you may assist make selections on what to do subsequent. The troubling half is that not one of the selections are good ones and one mistaken transfer may land Taylor in deep trouble.
The mechanics are what set Lifeline aside. It performs out in real-time, notifying you by way of your telephone’s alerts, by means of which you may as well reply to and work together with Taylor, making this the primary cell recreation that I do know of that may be performed by way of the lock display screen. It is also suitable with the Apple Watch, the place you possibly can obtain notifications when Taylor is able to discuss.
And it is surprisingly heart-wrenching as you begin to develop a reference to Taylor, realizing that hope for survival is, at greatest, slim.
For those who handle to not kill Taylor, the journey continues in Lifeline: Silent Evening and Lifeline: Midway to Infinity.
Worth: $1.99 | AU$2.99 | £1.99