Phoning Home comes to Windows tomorrow, February 7th. This exploration game follows a little robot’s crash landing on an unknown planet as he attempts to make contact with his native world. Players guide ION, as he uncovers the mysterious cause of his wreck. ION’s dangerous search results in encounters with towering wildlife, remnants of ancient civilizations and harsh elements like scorching deserts and bitter cold plains. We played through a bit of the game so that you can get an idea of how the gameplay is. Enjoy!
“PhoningHome‘s enormous open-world is full of surprises and provides players a true sense of adventure,” said Marko Dieckmann, founder, ION LANDS. “This combination of exploration and survival games will keep gamers on their toes as they embark on a journey like none other.”
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