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Astroloco: Worst Contact
Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Dec 13, 2012 @ 4:13am
May 31, 2013 @ 5:31pm

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Astroloco Official Release and Where to Buy
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If you’re a fan of classic point and click adventure games, then you’ll have a great time with this.

Check out the full review here:

Release date: March 14, 2013
A point and click with more humour than sense.

Playable Demo
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  • Direct link: (23.5MB)

In the far future, humans explore and colonise space using ridiculously deadly, moon-sized trains - 'Astro Locomotives'. They're operated by enormous, competing railroad companies and train vs. train combat is (expensively) common.

Take control of a mistreated mechanic and a swashbuckling pilot as you try to save Gilbert Station from destruction at the hands of an alien death fleet!

  • Classic 1990s adventure gameplay! Inspired by genre classics such as Space Quest, Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle.
  • Trains. In space. That's worth the entry price, right there.
  • The funniest writing in an adventure game this side of the millenium. That might be a positive or a negative, depending on how much you enjoy laughing until you dribble.
  • Two playable characters for the price of one.
  • Fully voiced! You'll also be able to turn the voice-over off, since we know some of you like to do that. Just know that every time someone ticks that particular box in the game settings, we'll kill one of our voice actors.
  • Fully soundtracked! You won't be able to turn the music off. In fact, the volume slider starts at 100% and it only goes up from there.
  • The 'unique' graphical style of subAtomic and Plan M!
  • Interesting puzzles and minigames! We know a lot of you adventure gamers out there like to actually have some challenge in your games. For everyone else, just curl up tight, hold down your Escape key, and hope it ends soon.
  • 20 in-game achievements to be unlocked, if you have nothing better to do.
  • An entirely reasonable retail price of £3.99/$5.99!

Originally posted by Tom Sykes, PC Gamer:
The character sprites kinda look like they’re in the wrong game (in a good way).
Originally posted by BrutalGamer:
Do you like point and click adventures, space and trains? Then this is for you.
Originally posted by Ben Chandler:
I will play the trousers off of this game.
Originally posted by Murray Lewis:
I can't do a quote for my own game. It's unethical.
Originally posted by Ghost, AGS forums:
I once vowed to play every game where there is a fuel station in the desert with a loo next to it. You are my last hope.

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The official Adventure Game Studio forum thread:
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itsNinjaToast Sep 30 @ 6:03pm 
Just bought it too, hope i do get my keys, im so excited to play this one :3
v4victory501 Sep 30 @ 4:41pm 
Voted Yes ! bought it from Indie Gala....enjoying it..TY !
Altair Sep 29 @ 5:59pm 
Raigeki Sep 28 @ 7:59am 
Slayer Sep 26 @ 12:03am 
It looks interesting
MurrayL  [author] Sep 25 @ 10:16am 
Thanks for the support everyone! In case anyone wasn't aware, Astroloco is currently in the Indie Gala 'Greenlight Bundle,' with just under 8 days remaining to grab a copy!
Eqnx8TH Sep 24 @ 1:12pm 
spanish traslate, please!
DeWitt Sep 23 @ 4:45pm 
Looks very fun +1 :)
Voted +1 yes :)
StealthMomo Sep 22 @ 10:24am 
Artwork hands down.