Primordia is a very awesome and sorta creepy looking but total engaging point and click adventure game available on Steam, it is bloody good and interesting.
The setting goes like this that you are a funny named robot called Horatio Nullbuilt and by your side is your droid Crispin Horatiobuilt, see the pattern here? That is some subtle elements of this game’s world’s theology.
Anyways these two robots reside in a huge abandoned airship that is stranded in a vast desert. So one day some dickhead another robot assaults their airship and loots them off of their precious and only power source.
So helplessly and obviously the heroes embark outside to look for some new energy source and in that journey they find this legendary city of Metropol.
Needless to say you can guess how awesome it is about to turn, adventure wise.
The game plays on the simple point upon stuffs and click to know more about them and then use them according to your decisions to get ahead in the game’s progression, ok, got that?
And it is this simple and easy premise of gaming that is making us its fans, deep head over heads fans.
As you roam around the lands looking for the clues or escaping the eyes or doing the many objectives filled missions, you come across some really mind bending puzzles and situations that do not have a one good answer, those situations can be handled in more than one ways.
That is the direct reflection of this game’s creator’s law background Mark Yohalem, and that is why you can have more than a few endings in this one.
How you solve the puzzles and what decisions you make directly affects the ending of the game.
The droid, Crispin serves as a hinting partner, so that the game does not have to break the fourth wall.
The games controls, the save system and the progress mechanisms are well crafted to give you a very unique feeling while playing this game.
Developed by Wormwood Studios and published by Wadjet Eye Games for Steam, PC, OS X and Linux. It was released in December 2012.
It’s the vibes man, when you play this game, you get a very distant feeling of something hauntingly beautiful, some dread and some hope both, it’s not just this awesome game but this feeling we get that makes us look to the west and south and north and east with a clueless look and numb brains trying to figure out, what is this that we are enjoying with so much curious notion of dread and excitement in our black heart?
Its good, go play it.