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  • Summary: NOVA-111 is a sci-fi themed turn-based adventure game with a twist of real-time action. Navigate your trusty orange science vessel as you voyage through mysterious planets in search for the famed scientists who were lost into the cosmic REAL-TIME vortex.
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  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Sep 14, 2015
    75
    Nova-111 tries to do something new and succeeds. The combination of slowly planning in turn-based combat and quick actions in real-time is a real brain challenge in a very unique way.
  2. Nov 6, 2015
    71
    Most of the time it’s thrilling, but Nova-111 still wants to hold on to collectables, time trials, and block-pushing. Its clichéd “rescue the scientists” story aims high, at a Hitchhiker’s Guide sort of humor, but the “quirky” element feels forced—when lead scientist Dr. Science isn’t giving you tips, he’s telling you he really likes sandwiches and has unresolved issues with his mother.
  3. Aug 26, 2015
    70
    Nova-111 is a clever, albeit brief puzzle adventure romp, featuring an intelligent fusion of setting and gameplay elements. The phase-shift and time manipulation have been done before, but Nova-111 wraps it all together in a charming and humorous package that should provide you with an evening or two of decent entertainment.
  4. Sep 3, 2015
    65
    With its simple design and helpful tutorials, Nova-111 is easy to get in to, but don’t be too surprised if the game doesn’t hold your attention for too long.
  5. Sep 1, 2015
    60
    Neat aesthetics, interesting puzzles, but a forgettable experience.
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  1. May 2, 2016
    8
    An amusing little top-down, mostly turn based puzzle and exploration game. Cute visuals, up-beat music, quirky dialogue, and a casual gameAn amusing little top-down, mostly turn based puzzle and exploration game. Cute visuals, up-beat music, quirky dialogue, and a casual game experience make the game good for the casual crowd. Not too difficult and the mechanics get a little repetitive after awhile, but overall a fun experience. Expand