About This GameYou wake in an landing pod, check your equipment, and venture out onto the red Martian soil in search of a nearby habitat. With 25 square miles of the Red Planet to explore and survive, you must gather resources from randomized points-of-interest, supply caches, and other habitats in order to continue your mission. But survival is more than just tracking status bars. Maintaining your life-support equipment is just as important as maintaining your health.
Explore a massive terrain generated from actual Mars satellite imagery. With features generated from scans collected by the HiRISE project and details painstakingly designed to reflect the photography captured by planetary rovers, this is as close as you can get to visiting the true Red Planet.
Survive the harsh Martian environment with mechanics based on real health metrics like blood glucose levels, heart rate, caloric intake, and more. You will feel like a true interplanetary pioneer as you conquer the elements and survive randomized threats like dust storms.
Capture the beauty of Mars with an in-game photography mechanic that allows you to document your discoveries. Photos are saved to your computer at full 1920x1080 resolution and can be referenced in-game where you can set objective points to navigate back to where the photos were taken.
Interact with the various astronaut technologies through your dependable datapad. You will need to manage inventories, salvage and craft supplies, and repair vital life support systems in order to survive the desolate landscapes of Mars. Find and drive rovers to help manage multiple habitats. b4d347fde0
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I'm just about six hours in and I have to say I like it! My main base is up and running at high efficiency. I have found one of the other bases, looted it for spare parts and took all of the stored food back to the main base; almost ran out of oxygen trying to get back! Contracted some radiation sickness on a long expedition but found some anti-radiation pills to get me back to health.
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Change Log. Radiation Storms Update - v0.63:
Radiation storms are a new environmental hazard for Lacuna Passage. They will not occur if you pick the "No Storms" scenario, but otherwise they are randomized low levels of radiation exposure that you can only escape by taking shelter in a habitat.
This update is a bit lighter on additional features than I was hoping for, but I just wanted to get something out for this month. Because of the rush to publish, there are also some balance issues that may need to be addressed in the near future since I didn't have time to properly test everything.
The main change that may cause balance issues is the lengthening of the day-night cycle. Players have requested for quite some time now that the days should be extended a bit to feel more realistic. Previously, 30 minutes real-time equated to a full in-game day. Now this has been doubled to 1 hour real-time. Almost every variable in the game will be affected by this change, and so the ramifications aren't fully known yet. Please report any major issues via the feedback forum.
There are several other changes in this update as well. Here are all the major additions that you can expect to find:
Change Log. UI Update Beta:
I was intending for this update to go live to everyone before Christmas, but I ran into some last minute bugs that I didn't have time to fix before I travel. Instead of leaving you all empty handed during the holidays, I figured I would put it out on the public beta branch. To enable it, right click on the game in your library and select Properties. Then go to the Betas tab and select the public beta.
This is the preview for 0.65. It contains probably the most requested feature since the game launched. Mouse controls for the datapad. There are two ways to use the mouse controls. First, you can just hold down the datapad key (E by default) and the UI will switch to fullscreen with mouse input enabled as long as you have the datapad key held down. It will close the datapad when you release the key. The second way is to open the datapad normally by just tapping the datapad button instead of holding it. This will bring up the datapad like you are used to and then you can press R to switch between keyboard controls and mouse controls.
Now, the reason this is only a beta and not a general release is because there are still some control conflicts. Sometimes you won't be able to move after closing the datapad or it may get stuck between mouse or keyboard inputs. As far as I can tell these issues can usually be resolved by cycling the datapad button or the escape key, or a combination of the two. Obviously I will be working to resolve these issues before general release, but I wanted players to be able to mess around with the new controls over the holidays.
This seemingly small update took a very long time to implement. The entire game's UI was built specifically for keyboard exclusive input and so every UI screen had to be partially rebuilt on the back-end to enable mouse input. Yes, I probably should have worked on it this way from the beginning, but eventually the conflicts will be worked out and you can control the game in almost any way you wish when combined with the already existing key remapping and controller support.
There are a few other small fixes in this update that I will outline in a full changelog after the general release. Please let me know what you think!. Research Achievements - v0.64.2:
This month's update is focused on expanding the research mechanics of the game. You now have a new research bench inside each habitat that lets you track your research progress towards four new achievements. There are lots of other bug fixes as well. Check out the full change log below. Many of these fixes were suggested and tested by our helpful community on our official feedback forums.
Change Log. Dust Storms Update - v0.58:
v0.58 marks the major feature addition of randomized dust storms to Lacuna Passage. The best way to quickly experience the new dust storms is to start a new game with the Big Storm scenario detailed below. If you want a quick timelapse of what dust storms look like you can check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQcqiPImao4
Change Log. Development Update:
Version 0.65 just went live to add a long requested feature. Mouse input for datapad screens. There are two ways to use the mouse controls. First, you can just hold down the datapad key (E by default) and the UI will switch to fullscreen with mouse input enabled as long as you have the datapad key held down. It will close the datapad when you release the key. The second way is to open the datapad normally by just tapping the datapad button instead of holding it. This will bring up the datapad like you are used to and then you can press R to switch between keyboard controls and mouse controls.
Since the launch of Lacuna Passage on Steam Early Access I have put out 25 updates adding a wide variety of new features and improvements. Dust storms, rovers, scientific research, and more. This has all been done in an attempt to expand on the features that would support the eventual story mode. During this time, I have been the only full time employee working on Lacuna Passage.
I love this game. It has been a cornerstone of my life for the last few years. Since I started on this project my wife and I have moved three times, adopted a puppy, said goodbye to that puppy due to terminal health issues, said goodbye to two grandparents taken by cancer, had our first child, adopted another healthy puppy, and bought our first house. I can link back all of these events, happy and sad, to what stage of development the game was in at the time. They are inextricably linked in my memory.
When I started on this game I didn’t even know how to program. I’ve taught myself more and more over the course of development. And in that time, the indie game landscape has shifted substantially. The floodgates for selling on Steam burst open and everyone is on an even playing field. Unfortunately, that means my inexperience and lack of resources makes it extremely difficult to remain competitive enough to support continued development. The game is taking longer than I ever could have imagined it would take, and it isn’t selling near well enough for me to assist in supporting my family. No one wants this game to be finished more than I do, but at the end of 2018 I had to ask myself some hard questions. Would I continue to string along development while asking my family to make more sacrifices for me? Or was it time to move on?
I’m sure you can tell where this is going. Development of the story mode is now on indefinite hold. It’s unlikely that any major new feature additions will be worked on either. At the beginning of January I accepted a position as a Junior Programmer for a software development company. A moment that was more bitter than sweet for me and my family. I had to give up my dream of finishing this game, but I also wouldn’t have gotten the job without the experience I gained while making it. Now I have a more stable and secure source of income and my money-related stress and anxiety have greatly decreased.
Despite this new path ahead of me, I’m still devastated. I feel like I’m killing something that never got a real chance to live. And it’s my fault. I was naive, inexperienced, overzealous, and short-sighted. I want to apologize to everyone who is disappointed by this news. Especially to you, my original Kickstarter backers, who put their trust in me to deliver on the concept of a story-based Mars survival game, but also to everyone who has helped me along the way by providing feedback and suggestions that have dramatically improved the game from where it started. I literally would not be where I am today without you. I’m truly humbled.
So what happens now? Lacuna Passage will remain in the Steam Early Access program indefinitely. It’s true that I could make a dishonest cash grab by calling the game “finished” and take advantage of the “Version 1.0” launch window visibility on Steam. But I’m not going to do that. I have removed all references to the story mode from the store page and the game itself. I have clarified that development has halted in the description text on the store page, but it will remain available at its current price for those that understand what the game is and are still interested in playing. I will also be shutting down the official feedback forums. They incur a cost every month and from now on I will use the official Steam forums for bug reports. If serious bugs are found I will do my best to address them, but beyond that I can’t make any promises.
I’m not going to let this experience stop me from making games in the future. But from now on it will be much smaller hobbyist projects. Games like Lacuna Passage are just too big for someone like me to tackle. I’m sad that I didn’t reach my planned destination, but I don’t regret the journey it took me on. I hope that you have gotten something out of your investment in Lacuna Passage and in me.
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