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Game Giveaway of the day — Lost in Space

Lost in Space is an open space survival adventure game.
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User rating: 9 (60%) 6 (40%) 12 comments

Lost in Space was available as a giveaway on September 24, 2021!

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Lost in Space is an open space survival adventure game. You have received a distress signal from a spacecraft. Explore a galaxy full of adventures and save space traders from certain doom.
Peculiarities:
- Play a small campaign in single player mode.
- Explore an amazing new world.
- Go on an exciting journey!

System Requirements:

Windows 7/ 8/ 10

Publisher:

Louie Inc

Homepage:

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1731940/Lost_in_Space/

File Size:

96.4 MB

Price:

$3.99

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In Brief:


You can see a video of game play HERE

The game has mostly positive comments/short reviews by the Steam community, but I would also consider the two english written negative comment despite their short game play times. You can see all the English comments HERE.
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Introduction:
Lost in Space is an open space survival adventure game. You have received a distress signal from a spacecraft. Explore a galaxy full of adventures and save space traders from certain doom.

Features:
- Play a small campaign in single player mode.
- Explore a new world.
- Go on a journey!

Edited reference accessed HERE 24th September 2021.
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The Game:
Lost in Space is a first person survival adventure game with five chapters and created using the Unity engine.
To progress to each chapter you have to complete the preceeding chapter first. Search for items to complete your missions. The first missio is to repair your ship before embarking into space in your flyer. Interact with certain crew members to glean more information from them to be able to progress. Usually crew mebers with a name tag above their heads are approchable and usually impart some information.
Conclusion:
Overal, a nice little adventure game for free. The graphics ar ea little blocky, but that doesn't detract from the game experience. If you like adventure games with a space oriented story, this may be worth downloading.

Being a Unity game, you may recognise some of the assets used in the game, burtt overall a reasonable game with an hour or two of game play potential
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Notes on Security

I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game using Virus Total and it found 1 hit (McAfee) from 59 antimalware engines. 58 other antimalware engines found the installed game safe, so it's very likely to be a false positive.

The downloaded executable 'may' include some low level adware that only opens your browser once to Falcoware's home page after the game has installed and also places four shortcuts onto your desktop (which can be safely deleted once the game has installed).

The installation does NOT inject any malware into your system. When your browser is opened to Falcoware's home page following the games installation, it earns Falcoware games some money, part of which is given to the developer of the game for allowing the game to be given away free. Once you've installed the game, there are no more browser redirections. This is because Falcoware removed their installer over a year ago (that installer would show an advert for a game and then open your browser each time you played and then closed the game down.)

You can see the results of the scan via the following link:

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/a29e4a65205a23aed9048b694dd5fdf32010cd9bb842c245d6d100d2b22f2b83?nocache=1

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

Whiterabbit-uk,

The latest free game from Epic Games is a previously given away game called The Escapists - a unique prison sandbox experience with lots of items to craft and combine in your daring quest for freedom. Life in prison will keep you on your toes with the strict rules that you’ll have to break. The guards are out to stop any escape attempts, so you’ll have to avoid suspicious behaviour by attending roll calls, working a prison job and hiding your stolen craftables. Next week we will be getting the map based Europa Universalis IV , an empire building game that gives you control of a nation to guide through the years in order to create a dominant global empire. .


Indie Gala have added more games to their showcase section HERE, e.g. Crazy Space Pirate, Marvin the Hatter, Pirate Codex, DreamTime, I LIKE THE FLOWERS, Project Restart, A Maze In Opportunity, Mirage Online Classic, In the world unknown, Dissociation, The little witch Edwina, Hard Place and another Leisure Suit Larry adventure. All but volume 7 have now been removed from the free section, but if you grabbed them while they were still in the freebie section, you'll still find them in your Indie Gala library, where you can download DRM free copies of them.

You can usually find links to Steam and non Steam freebies via Delenn's threads over in the forums HERE (non-Steam) and HERE (Steam). (thanks for keeping these threads updated frequently Delenn, it's really appreciated by me and I'm sure other community members.

The latest Humble Choice bundle went live on the first Tuesday of the month; If you have the original subscription before it changed from the Humble Monthly to the Humble Choice bundle you get 12 games plus a DRM free arcade game called Sluggish Morss Pattern Circus and access to all the games in the Humble Trove while your subscription is live. The Humble Trove includes around 75+ titles. The DRM free titles you can download and keep forever. The other games in the Trove can be downloaded and played while your subscription is live. If you suspend a month you lose access to those games for that month. They are adding games to the Trove virtually every month. Here's just a few examples of what's included in the Trove. Race the Sun: Challenge Edition, Zodiac II, Volantia: Kingdom in the Sky, Shady Knight, 20 minute Metropolis, Keyboard Sports, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (this is £14.99 on Steam, you get the DRM free copy, so can still play it if you suspend your subscription). Also includes Valhalla Hills (another Steam game worth £7.99, but you get the DRM free version), Broken Sword 5, Runestone Keeper, Bomber Crew, (another DRM free copy that is £14.99 on Steam), Drawkanoid (£3.99 on Steam), Actually quite a few of the games in the Trove are also on Steam, but you always get the DRM free version.

There are different subscriptions available, details of which you can find HERE.

If you subscribe, it doesn't tie you in to buy every monthly choice bundle. If you find the latest bundle isn't for you, just go to your account page and suspend that month. This has to be done for each months bundle if you don't want them before your subscription is due for that month. Apart from the amazing bargains found with these choice bundles; there is always at least one or two premium AAA games, plus several other AAA and high level indie arcade games included in each bundle.

This months bundle would set you back £211.68 (approx' $290) if you purchased all of the games and includes PGA Tour 2K21 (£49.99), Neon Abyss (£15.99), Not For Broadcast (£19.49}, RÖKI (£19.49), Narita Boy (£19.99), West of Dead (£15.49), Atomicrops (£11.39), Heaven's Vault (£19.99), Swag and Sorcery (£9.99), Fort Triumph (£15.49), Orwell: Ignorance is Strength (£7.19) and Framed Collection (£7.19). For me, just the cost of Swag & Sorcery takes care of the cost of the whole bundle (it cost me £8.72 for the bundle) so I'm very pleased with this months choice, especially as several were on my wish list. The last one I already had, so gave it to a friend.

The extra game is a weird graphic oriented game on the lines of those Amanita Design games such as Samorost 1 (free on Steam) and Samorost 2, Machinarium and Rocket man, but is much more psychedelic and wacky. (If you get the bundle make sure you turn down the volume when playing Sluggish Morss Pattern Circus as it's rather jarring in places, but fits the game.


Another DLC for the free to Play Minion Masters called Minion Masters - Mordar’s Malediction is 100% off on Steam at the moment HERE.

If you come across any games that are worth downloading, please do post details and links in Delenn's threads HERE (non-Steam) and HERE (Steam). Thank you in advance.

Two games I highly recommend at this time; firstly, because they are both excellent games and more importantly, because they are both 90% off at the moment. They are Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide (non-Steam) and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III (£2.99).

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Whiterabbit-uk, hi .
It's been a wile since my last post here .
Sorry , health issues . :-(
Anyway ... sorry for bugging you ( :-) ) , but , can you give us a few
words about the other game that is been given today ?
I am addicted to your reviews ... :-)

Reply   |   Comment by JEDIGEG  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

JEDIGEG,

Hi G,
I totally missed the game this morning and it was only because of your comment that I realised that there was a second game given away today this mid afternoon.

If you've installed and played any of the other UniDen puzzles, e.g. Ultimate Puzzles Cats 1 & 2, Dogs 1 & 2, Marine Life 1 & 2, Animals 4 & 5 , Cars Collection, Puzzles Collection, you'll know what to expect. I've posted a brief review, but as yet I've not included any images. I may post some later. I don't have time to do any more as I'm really busy.

Sorry to hear you've been ill; I hope it's totally resolved now?

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Whiterabbit-uk, thank you for the review .
Did I mention that I love your reviews ???... :-)
Being funny aside , I would like to say a big "thank you" to you for all the
(unpaid !!!!!!!) work and time you put here in this site .
I've stubble upon this site way back at 2009 and never left .
I think that you were also there and I must say that you are one of the major reasons
that I never left the site .
Reading your posts , I know that you have your share of serious problems .
That makes me to admire , respect and appreciate your work here very much .
O.k ... I will stop kissing your "behind" now ... :-)

About my health... I am afraid that the damage is permanent (and serious) .
I am diabetic .
I've discover it 20 years ago .
Two years ago I've suffered a heart attack .
After various tests , the doctors told me that I've had another major heart attack
a few years back and in between I had 3 ischemic strokes (some brain damage) .
Due to various reasons I can't have a heart surgery .
So , the doctors gave me pills .
I am swallowing 14 pills every day ....
I hate pills !!!
Especially the one that keeps my blood pressure low .
It makes me drowsy and feel like a zombie ...
That affects all my activities because my brain works veeeery slow ...
Of course , the 3 ischemic strokes doesn't help at all ...
That's why I am avoiding posting here and why I've never send you the 3 e-mails
I've started writing in response to your messages ...
Never the less , I am (and will be) here every day , reading and up voting your reviews . :-)
Of course I read all the comment and try to help whenever I have the energy ...
And that's that ... for now . :-)

Ps .
It took me almost 2 hours to write this post .... thanks to my "blazing fast" brain ...

Reply   |   Comment by JEDIGEG  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

JEDIGEG,

Sorry to hear about those issues G; not pleasant. Two of my closest friends from when I was at school; way back in the 1960's and early 70's both have similar issues to yourself. So far I've managed to keep my heart pounding along, though the brain damage I suffered because of the accident has messed up my breathing and I now have to use a cPAP mask at night; apart from that I'm still plodding along, but can appreciate the situation with the pills, The fentanyl patches and Oxycodone I have to use can make me end up taking several hours just to watch a movies, simply because I'm always falling asleep throughout the movie. Also, I can watch a movie weeks after I'd previously watched it and think it's something I've not watched before (usually until near the end, then I'll catch something I remeber and I'll say, I'm sure I watched this before, lol. Handy when it's a decent one. :)

I was definitely still here in 2009. I've posted virtually every day since the site opened in December 2006. Prior to that the games were posted a couple of times a week over on the applications side of the project from when it started back in Oct 2006

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Whiterabbit-uk,
Hahaha ... I am right there with you , with the falling asleep throughout the movies situation .
I haven't see a full movie for years now .
Whenever I want to definitely see a movie (science fiction - BIG fan ) I eat buckets of pop-corn
just to stay awake ... :-) .

I am glad that my memory served me well about you being there at 2009 .
I was not sure , but I had a strong feeling that you were there .
I have "saved" almost all the pages of both the sites (GOTD and GameGOTD) from 2009 until
today .
So , I could take a look at those pages and see if you were there , but the HDDs containing those
pages are "buried" somewhere in a box ...
One of my "dreams" is to some day be able to buy a gigantic HDD and gather all that data to one
place for easy and fast access ...
But ... "no money - no honey" ... :-)

Reply   |   Comment by JEDIGEG  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

JEDIGEG,

Sci Fi is my favourite with Science Fantasy a close second (I'm catching up on Terry Brooks Shannara series at the moment, though I'm so slow these days as I will fall asleep within a chapters length), I read his first The Sword of Shannara way back in the 1970's; once I'm done with his books I'll be re reading Michael Moorcock's amazing eternal champion series ( I literally bumped into him at a Hawkwind concert in 1979), then return to many of my old favourites. (I may even re-buy the Gor series, though I doubt my wife would like them as it's a sci fantasy about an alternate earth where women are slaves (as a young teenager I loved them though). The first Sci Fi book I ever read was Heinlein's Space Cadet after seeing it in my local library and having been inspired by my English Literature teacher, who used to read a short story every Friday afternoon (it was the last lesson of the week). All the stories he read to us were Sci Fi. I then went on to buy most of Heinlein's other books that were still available at the time e.g. Moon is a Harsh Mistress, Time Enough for Love, Starship Troopers (Yes I do have the movies on DVD as well), Have Space Suit Will Travel and two of my favourites; Stranger in a Strange Land and Glory Road. (most of my books have long since gone, but I still have hard back copies of my favourites (Lord of the Rings (3 Vol. deluxe set), Glory Road, Space Cadet, a few Moorcock, all of the Shannara books apart from the last series, which I've yet to buy) etc. Otherwise most are now digital copies (I prefer actual books though. I used to pass my local book store on the way home from school calling in so often often just to look at the book covers that the store owner used to give me the odd book or give me decent deals on the latest publications.

Those book covers inspired me to buy what was called New English Library's Science Fiction Monthly, a news paper sized magazine full of short stories and loads of double sided and double page posters of many of their book covers in each issue. It was a brilliant magazine that lasted three years before they cancelled it. Stupidly, I papered my student room with most of the posters (literally from floor to ceiling as each of the 36 editions had around 10 decent posters in each issue. My room was quite large and became the meeting room for several friends; but because we all used to smoke the posters became so damaged with cigarette smoke and stains from the blu tack I'd used I never bothered to recovered them when I vacated the room a couple of years later. I'm still tempted to buy the whole set via eBay sometime as they were brilliant. I bought my second copies of the Lord of the Rings as a 3 volume deluxe version on acid free paper that included pull out maps of Frodo's journey and included a separate book of maps detailing the whole journey of the fellowship. Apart from the dust covers that are damaged (because I re-read them so often) the actual books that were linen bound still look relatively new even the edges of the paper (due to the acid free paper used).

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
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Where is Dr. Smith?

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Brian,

:) probably licencing restrictions. lol

I recently watched most of the original series; which took me back to my childhood. Also love the movie and am looking forwards to seeing the third season of the latest iteration.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
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1 game. 5 desktop icons.

One for the game, and the others for game configuration or help files. No, of course not.

The other four are WebGL Games!, Online Games Website, Free Games Downloads! and Online Game! so links to yet more annoying installations

That was enough to put me off and uninstall without even trying it.

Doesn't get good reviews on Steam either.

Reply   |   Comment by NotWorthDownloading  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

NotWorthDownloading,

Hi Notworthdownloading,

The Steam community gave the game mainly positive reviews. Most of the positive reviews are short, but do include an hour or more of game play, whereas the two English written negative reviews have played the game for much less time than the positive reviews. Personally I always ignore most reviews because they are nearly always biased towards what that reviewer likes, so will usually play a game, even if it gets mainly negative reviews. I found a particular game on Steam that had mainly negative reviews, but I found the game excellent, challenging and gorgeous to look at; it was a AAA game with a AAA price tag. The main complaint by most of the negative reviewers were what the community though were awkward controls. It was one of the first parkour games released on Steam about 12 years ago, so involved using a combination of keys to 'for example' wall run. It was a superb game that was a flop simply because of the largely negative reviews that it had garnered, many of which were, like the negative reviews for todays game, base don very little game play experience, which it really didn't deserve.

The four shortcuts, (not counting the game shortcut) are just internet shortcuts to various parts of Falcoware's web site. They do not add any 'annoying installations' to your computers system if you clicked on them. What they are there for 'if you click on them', are for Falcoware to earn a small amount of money via adverts on their site. All free game sites operate like this because they have to pay the developers of the games they are giving away for free. All those internet shortcuts can be deleted with no effect on the game or your computer.


When we were first given games via Falcoware, they included the Falcoware installer that used to include an advert for a game while the game was loading and also it would always open up your browser when you closed the game down. They stopped including the installer over a year ago, so all games are now free of any adverts once the game has been installed. Again, nothing is ever added to your system; it was a way for Falcoware (and all other free game sites) to make some advertising revenue so that developers of those games would be paid. All the adverts were self contained within the games and again are never installed into your system. Some antimalware engines often tag these as malicious, but they are not.

Are you new to this site? I ask, because most community members know what those shortcuts that are installed onto your desktop are for and realise they are not a threat to your computers security and are easily deleted.

It's a pity that you didn't even try the game once installed. The actual installation is free of any adverts (though there is a text file within the installed folder that takes up a lot of space called 20M.txt that is of no use and an internet shortcut labelled with the name of the game that takes you to Falcoware's home page. But because the installer has been removed they have no use and do not affect the game play or your computer in any way.

p.s.
I've downloaded and installed virtually every game we've been given via Falcoware games since they first gave us games back in 2018 (usually so that I can post a review); i've never had any security issues with any of them.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
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