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  • Summary: OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is a chill, stargazing experience that's handcrafted for people who enjoy story-driven games and arguing about Pluto.
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  1. May 3, 2016
    60
    OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is a simple game clearly designed for mobile devices. It has some interesting ideas plot-wise and a very good character design but the gameplay is too simplistic and repetitive to prove itself really enjoyable.
  2. Jun 24, 2016
    60
    Short and simple adventure, providing few hours of gameplay. Opus: The Day We Found Earth will make you appreciate the size of the universe, even if the gameplay mechanic is not very deep.
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  1. OPUS is very cute, and while the story obviously borrows heavily from elsewhere, and while the core mechanic will feel familiar to fans of Mass Effect, it was almost a lovely idea. I’d love to play OPUS Remastered, with the ideas elaborated upon, the ship clicking given more purpose, and a greater focus on those ambient puzzles. This remains interestingly strange, but never quite interesting enough.
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