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About This Game

About the game:

  • A short story driven adventure about a lonely robot and its destiny.
  • A variety of puzzles, encounters with dangerous enemies and fascinating investigation.
  • Find out what happened to our planet after the global catastrophe.

1968. «Due to the development of industry, some prominent scientists have expressed concern about the state of the earth's atmosphere. In their opinion, the problem is the increase of concentration of freons and nitric oxide in the atmosphere, which are detrimental to the ozone layer. The destruction of the ozone layer can lead to serious consequences for the ecology of the planet: an increase in the intensity of ultraviolet radiation, the formation of new desert areas and lower yields». From the journal "Science for the curious”.
2006. «More and more well-known experts say that the problem of ozone holes is only an element of political and economic war, but does not pose a specific threat to humanity». From the newspaper "Environmental news».
2048. «The scale of the ecological catastrophe seems to be irreversible. It is not recommended to be in the area of direct sun exposure without extreme necessity». From the reports of news feeds.
2054. «Global migration of people from areas with high radiation cause a serious problem for world security». From the UN report.
2056. «Delta Dynamics has proposed a revolutionary solution to the problem of the earth's ozone layer destruction. It is planned that the company's robots will restore the ozone layer in areas with the greatest danger. The project has already allocated more than $ 2 trillion from the Reserve Fund». Global World Flow.
Year unknown. «1001110 1100001 1101101 1100101 100000 1000101 1100001 1110010 1110100 1101000 100000 1010000 1101111 1110000 1110101 1101100 1100001 1110100 1101001 1101111 1101110 100000 110000». A message was intercepted by the trading ship that was heading to cube А3К5 of the galaxy "Milky Way". 6d5b4406ea



Title: Northern Lights
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Developer:
DimleTeam
Publisher:
DimleTeam
Release Date: 18 Feb, 2019


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 – 64 bits
  • Processor: 2.2 GHz Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024 MB NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX / ATI Radeon HD 3xxx series
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

English,Russian




I really don't understand why this game isn't free. It's so short and honestly the puzzles were not at all difficult, I wish it would have at least provided more hours of gameplay.. Northern Lights centers around a tiny, floating droid reminiscent of BB-8 or Wall-E which invokes enough of a cuteness factor to want to see the little guy get to the end of this very short game. At $1.99, one needs to decide if 20-30 minutes of gameplay is worth it, which is a fair question.

First off, by the time you finish Northern Lights, you're absolutely going to feel like the game is just getting started (punctuated by the name of the final Achievement you receive) and that it's almost a shame that it ends without more of a resolution or understanding of what you actually accomplished. Just as I felt as though I was getting a hand on navigating the various obstacles and solving the terminal puzzles, the game just... ends. I can't imagine that this is all the developers at DimleTeam have in store for us. As NL ends, we're treated to a scene that begins to reveal more of the world only hinted at briefly earlier in the game. I'm personally interested in finding out where things go from there.

Mood is also a big selling point in this game, and I think that they did a pretty great job with the little presented so far. The nameless droid seems to bob and meander as it sways around, taking in the world around it as the player does. The smokey background hints at a catastrophic event that left only mechanical characters to go about their lives. Somehow, the game evokes a sense of grandeur despite the limitations in movement and explorability. Considering that the majority of the player's interaction is simply pressing left or right, I didn't feel as though much more was needed. If DimleTeam does take this narrative further, it would be cool to see how the begin to play around with the environment and continue building on what's been established while still keeping to the basic controls.

Lastly, we should discuss whether or not the price is worth it. $1.99 isn't a huge drain on the wallet for most folks, but once you finish the playthrough, there really isn't much here to keep you coming back, apart from perhaps introducing a friend to the experience. Personally, I'm more than happy to throw a few bucks toward a blossoming project if it holds potential, but I can't fault anyone for passing this one up until more content arrives down the line; if that is, indeed, the ultimate plan.

I'd say check it out if you're curious (I certainly enjoyed it), but don't expect too much out of it either. It's a good distraction in between much longer games.. I really don't understand why this game isn't free. It's so short and honestly the puzzles were not at all difficult, I wish it would have at least provided more hours of gameplay.. Northern Lights centers around a tiny, floating droid reminiscent of BB-8 or Wall-E which invokes enough of a cuteness factor to want to see the little guy get to the end of this very short game. At $1.99, one needs to decide if 20-30 minutes of gameplay is worth it, which is a fair question.

First off, by the time you finish Northern Lights, you're absolutely going to feel like the game is just getting started (punctuated by the name of the final Achievement you receive) and that it's almost a shame that it ends without more of a resolution or understanding of what you actually accomplished. Just as I felt as though I was getting a hand on navigating the various obstacles and solving the terminal puzzles, the game just... ends. I can't imagine that this is all the developers at DimleTeam have in store for us. As NL ends, we're treated to a scene that begins to reveal more of the world only hinted at briefly earlier in the game. I'm personally interested in finding out where things go from there.

Mood is also a big selling point in this game, and I think that they did a pretty great job with the little presented so far. The nameless droid seems to bob and meander as it sways around, taking in the world around it as the player does. The smokey background hints at a catastrophic event that left only mechanical characters to go about their lives. Somehow, the game evokes a sense of grandeur despite the limitations in movement and explorability. Considering that the majority of the player's interaction is simply pressing left or right, I didn't feel as though much more was needed. If DimleTeam does take this narrative further, it would be cool to see how the begin to play around with the environment and continue building on what's been established while still keeping to the basic controls.

Lastly, we should discuss whether or not the price is worth it. $1.99 isn't a huge drain on the wallet for most folks, but once you finish the playthrough, there really isn't much here to keep you coming back, apart from perhaps introducing a friend to the experience. Personally, I'm more than happy to throw a few bucks toward a blossoming project if it holds potential, but I can't fault anyone for passing this one up until more content arrives down the line; if that is, indeed, the ultimate plan.

I'd say check it out if you're curious (I certainly enjoyed it), but don't expect too much out of it either. It's a good distraction in between much longer games.. I really don't understand why this game isn't free. It's so short and honestly the puzzles were not at all difficult, I wish it would have at least provided more hours of gameplay.. Northern Lights centers around a tiny, floating droid reminiscent of BB-8 or Wall-E which invokes enough of a cuteness factor to want to see the little guy get to the end of this very short game. At $1.99, one needs to decide if 20-30 minutes of gameplay is worth it, which is a fair question.

First off, by the time you finish Northern Lights, you're absolutely going to feel like the game is just getting started (punctuated by the name of the final Achievement you receive) and that it's almost a shame that it ends without more of a resolution or understanding of what you actually accomplished. Just as I felt as though I was getting a hand on navigating the various obstacles and solving the terminal puzzles, the game just... ends. I can't imagine that this is all the developers at DimleTeam have in store for us. As NL ends, we're treated to a scene that begins to reveal more of the world only hinted at briefly earlier in the game. I'm personally interested in finding out where things go from there.

Mood is also a big selling point in this game, and I think that they did a pretty great job with the little presented so far. The nameless droid seems to bob and meander as it sways around, taking in the world around it as the player does. The smokey background hints at a catastrophic event that left only mechanical characters to go about their lives. Somehow, the game evokes a sense of grandeur despite the limitations in movement and explorability. Considering that the majority of the player's interaction is simply pressing left or right, I didn't feel as though much more was needed. If DimleTeam does take this narrative further, it would be cool to see how the begin to play around with the environment and continue building on what's been established while still keeping to the basic controls.

Lastly, we should discuss whether or not the price is worth it. $1.99 isn't a huge drain on the wallet for most folks, but once you finish the playthrough, there really isn't much here to keep you coming back, apart from perhaps introducing a friend to the experience. Personally, I'm more than happy to throw a few bucks toward a blossoming project if it holds potential, but I can't fault anyone for passing this one up until more content arrives down the line; if that is, indeed, the ultimate plan.

I'd say check it out if you're curious (I certainly enjoyed it), but don't expect too much out of it either. It's a good distraction in between much longer games.



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