Where are you? How did you get here? To find out, explore your tiny new world with the help of a motley cadre. Beware of the day — you’re safe at night while the strangers are asleep. Scavenge to find materials to safely barricade yourself away from the light. If you can survive long enough you may just find out what’s going on, but make sure to keep your friends happy, because they may be worse than your enemies when it all comes crashing down. As you build your shelter, and relationships, you’ll be forced to re-evaluate your priorities and make consequence-filled decisions. As you explore the world you’ll be discovering where you are, the circumstances that landed you here, and why some things are nice to you and are trying to help, while others don’t like you being here and are actively working against you. Or are they?
A Dual Analog controller is required to play That in the Moon did Glitter. The left analog stick move your character around and the right analog stick rotates you horizontally.
The Gear VR Back button will return you to the title screen.
Explore, scavenge and do it quickly. While this prototype doesn’t have all of the elements from the original concept, the core concept of exploration as the clock runs out is intact. The inevitable will happen, but you can postpone it as long as you’re quick enough. Friends leave behind helpful gifts while foes surreptitiously shorten your life expectancy.