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Tag: Mi-Clos Studio

Out There Ω Edition Is A Great Reason To Get Back Out There

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Longtime readers may remember that I quite liked Out There, honoring it as one of the two mobile games I’ve covered on this blog so far (the other being Super Hexagon). At the time, the new fancier Ω Edition was in beta, promising more things to find out in space, some fancy new graphics, and a release on PC, Mac and Linux in addition to mobile devices. Well, the full release happened many months ago, and since I owned the original game I got it for free. I eventually got around to playing it, and now I’m finally getting around to writing about it.

Out There Is Pretty Far Out

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I’ve said before that it was never my intention to write exclusively about PC games on this blog, it just sort of happened that way since that’s what I spend most of my time playing. But I rectified that with my first post about a mobile game (albeit also available on PC), Super Hexagon. Now I’m going to literally double my posts about mobile games by writing about another game that’s kept me entertained on my phone: Out There. It’s even (almost) timely, given that the new, fancier Ω Edition of Out There recently entered open beta for Windows, Mac and Linux, with a full release planned for this spring. This timeliness is purely accidental, I assure you, as I played the original version on my phone many months ago and simply never got around to writing about it until now. But I am very happy to hear that my mobile version of the game will be updated to the Ω Edition for free once it’s released. Hooray!

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