April 23, 2015

Put the date in the diary – only one week to go until Solarix launches on PC

 

With only one week left until launch, now is the time to make sure you have pre-ordered Solarix.

 

Pre-Order Solarix

 

Ahead of the launch, the developer (PulseTense Games) has also released a new promotional HD video

 

Already critically acclaimed, this highly anticipated fist person stealth / horror game is set to be one of THE indie PC games of 2015.  This is what the press have said so far:

 

“An indie contender for the Alien: Isolation hole in 2015’s schedule”

Rock Paper Shotgun

‘PC Gamer guide to the games of 2015

EXPLORATION & SURVIVAL’

PC Gamer

 

Solarix is a stealth-based psychological horror adventure game set in the far reaches of space and the planet of Ancyra.  You play the role of Walter, an electrical engineer who wakes up one day to find everything and everyone he ever knew, has been destroyed by a deadly virus. With only a rogue AI to help him navigate the harsh world of Ancyra and the after effects of the virus, his only option is escape.

 

The gameplay is based around light and sound – stealth and cunning is key to Walter’s survival. Ammunition is very limited so use it wisely and not always against the enemy!

 

Title: Solarix

Players: Single Player

Platform: PC

Steam Tags: Indie / Action / Stealth / Horror / Sci-fi

Genre: Stealth-based psychological horror adventure

Publisher: Kiss Ltd

Developer: PulseTense Games

Release Date: 30 April 2015

SRP: $19.99 / £14.99 / 19,99€

 

Additional resources:

Official Website

Steam page

YouTube

Facebook

Twitter

 

For all media enquiries about Solarix, please contact Dave Clark at Kiss (marketing@kiss-ltd.co.uk).

 

About PulseTenseGames

PulsenTenseGames is an independent video game production team with members from all around the world. The studio is currently working on its first game, Solarix. They specialise in the use of Unreal Technology to create realistic world whilst offering compelling gameplay and engaging narrative, inspired by a love of classic sci-fi movies.

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