You play as Cael, a space adventurer, who has crash-landed on a long forgotten planet. He now must repair his damaged spaceship by recovering all of the missing parts. As Cael wanders through a ruined temple he stumbles across a gravity gun, made from ancient technology, which he uses to control the environment around him by making objects lighter and heavier.
The objective in the game is to collect the missing spaceship parts and rebuild your spaceship, so you can continue exploring the universe (probably crash-land again too).
As the player progresses in the game, ancient tech (that can make heavy objects lighter and vice versa) is introduced by first showing it in action in the environment and later by giving the gravity gun to the player.
When the player has the gravity gun he is able to shoot light and heavy gravity balls, which enable him to interact with the ancient tech objects in the environment. The player will use the gravity gun to solve puzzles, so he can move forward in the temple and collect the missing spaceship parts.
Team Faceplant created this game for Dare to Be Digital 2012.
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