Out There review (Video)


Are you a sci-fi fan? Do you like mobile gaming? If you answered yes to both of those questions, Mi-Clos studios has just the game for you: Out There.

Set in the 22nd century, you are a lone Earth astronaut who has just awoken from cryonic sleep in a far, unknown corner of the galaxy. Your mission is to explore and survive the harsh environment by traveling between stars and planets and gathering resources – oxygen for obvious reasons, iron to repair your ship’s hull, and hydrogen to top off your fuel levels.

You also collect other various materials along the way and learn up to 20 new technologies, which help you on your journey. You encounter different life forms, all of which speak in an unknown language which you slowly learn. Some show interest in you. Others … don’t.

Along your journey, you encounter various random events which sometimes present choices to you. Your path in the game will change, depending on your answers, which makes the game interesting and different each time you play, ultimately leading to three different endings.

Just like we imagine deep space exploration would be, it ain’t easy. It will challenge you each and every time you play it. For our full take, be sure to watch the video below, and don’t forget to check Out There out on Android or iOS.

Out There for iOS | Out There for Android

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Taylor Martin
Based out of Charlotte, NC, Taylor Martin started writing about technology in 2009 while working in wireless retail. He has used BlackBerry off and on for over seven years, Android for nearly four years, iOS for three years, and has experimented with both webOS and Windows Phone. Taylor has reviewed countless smartphones and tablets, and doesn't go anywhere without a couple gadgets in his pockets or "nerd bag." In his free time, Taylor enjoys playing disc golf with friends, rock climbing, and playing video games. He also enjoys the occasional hockey game, and would do unspeakable things for some salmon nigiri. For more on Taylor Martin, checkout his Pocketnow Insider edition. | Google+