The Infinite Ocean

“The Infinite Ocean sets up a mystery that persists even after you get a lot of answers. It has a thick layer of philosophy and invites a lot of discussion regarding both the plot and the issues raised.”
Jay is Games

“Such a brilliantly written story isn’t common in our day and age.”
Gnome’s Lair

“a deliciously dark slice of future-terror”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“Turn the lights down, hike the volume up and fall into this brief but brilliant adventure.”
Retro Gamer magazine (2003 version)

“The game is short but, again like Last Rose in a Desert Garden, is full of quality writing.”
– Alexander Tait, JustAdventure+ (2003 version)

“The game creates a deep emotional impact not unlike the one provided by LRiaDG.”
an occasional player’s review (2003 version)

“[...] it also delivers a more philosophical and nuanced take on the hackneyed dark-SF subject matter, perhaps closer to the work of interactive fiction A Mind Forever Voyaging.”
MobyGames

What is life? What is thought? Is there hope? Is there meaning?

How will it all end?

The Infinite Ocean is a philosophical sci-fi adventure. It’s also a mystery, a Myst-like adventure, and occasionally quite scary. But it’s a trip you have to take on your own, without preconceptions – so take Retro Gamer’s advice, and go into the story with an open mind.

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  1. I’m really excited about this project… Look forward to the next upload.

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