Monolith sci-fi point and click survival game is available on Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to the brilliant minds at Animation Arts for their creativity. Available now on Steam with 100% Positive reviews.
In Monolith you wake up on an unfamiliar and desolate planet, your memories hazy and your spacecraft wrecked. That’s precisely where Tessa finds herself. She’s a dedicated space explorer who was working for the Intergalactic Mining Corporation. Now, she’s stuck with only her instincts to guide her and a decreasing sense of hope. The broken spacecraft? It won’t be of much help for long. But there’s a silver lining: she has C.O.R.E, a little robot with some useful capabilities, by her side.
As Tessa, your mission is pretty clear: find a way out of this place before it’s too late. But Monolith brings a twist: the empty landscape might not be as empty as it first seems. Tessa soon stumbles upon an old mining station. It looks familiar. Why? Because it belongs to the very corporation she was working for. However, there’s an eerie vibe about this place. It doesn’t seem like it was vacated in an organized manner. So, while you might think you’ve found a way out, you also might’ve uncovered something far more mysterious.
Now, one of the standout features of this adventure is its setting. It’s not just any regular setting; every location is intricately detailed, hand-drawn, and exudes a thick atmosphere. It’s like diving into a sci-fi movie. The Monolith characters aren’t just flat or static either. They’re also fully realized in three dimensions, with lifelike animations. This level of depth is what makes this game so engaging. And trust me, you’re going to spend a good 7-9 hours engrossed in this world.
Monolith | Trailer
The controls are user-friendly. Primarily, you’ll be using your mouse. But don’t mistake its simplicity for a lack of depth. As you navigate, you’ll gather information, make connections, and slowly piece together Tessa’s story. And you’ll have to use your smarts too! In Monolith there are items to be combine, machinery to operate, and puzzles to solve.
The game, is a captivating sci-fi point and click survival that players compare it to an epic movie. Many have praise its engaging storyline, beautifully drawn backgrounds, and well thought out puzzles. Monolith has graphics and settings that pull players in, although some note the voice acting could see an improvement. While there are occasional challenges with the puzzles and minor translation issues. Overall, it’s similar to classic point and click games but with a modern twist. Players highly recommend giving it a try, with some suggesting to start with the free demo (no Linux support) for a taste.
Monolith is also rich in detail and an emotional ride that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat. Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to this kind of experience, there’s a lot to enjoy and discover. Dive into this sci-fi point and click survival, and help Tessa find her way home!
Available on Steam for Linux and Windows PC. Monolith is priced at $14.99 USD / £12.79 / 14,79€.