The first time I played Out There, the feeling it stuck in my gut was the same one I got when I woke up standing barefoot in the backyard in the middle of the night, after a microwave burrito dinner and a late-night viewing of Videodrome led to some particularly adventurous sleepwalking.
Out There is a memorable combination of old-school gaming sensibilities and innovative risk-taking, presented in a beautifully hand-painted universe.
It's perfectly at home on a tablet or a phone, but it's ideally consumed in a dark room with headphones on. The game challenges you find a way home after your ship has been teleported into an unknown corner of the universe. Really unknown. There's aliens around, but you don't speak their language, and have to piece together a working knowledge of their tongue over the course of the game.

It's also very sedately paced and completely free of combat and almost all direct violence.
Your trusty ship is your ride and a handy source of resources -- you'll have to cannibalise components for rare elements that you need to keep your journey moving.

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