- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 30th Nov 2017, $5.00 (US/Canada)
- 30th Nov 2017, £4.49 (UK/EU/AU)
Stars in their eyes
With all the massive open-world adventures that have found a happy home on Switch so far, it’s equally nice to see indie developers crafting compelling experiences on much smaller scales. OPUS: The Day We Found Earth, a narrative-driven mobile port from indie studio SIGONO, certainly fits into that category, and it’s an...
About The Game
Help our little robot, Emeth, fulfil a centuries-old promise of finding Earth to save mankind. Step into a spaceship, and operate a deep space telescope to find out what lies beyond the boundless, unexplored outer space.
“A robot without a goal is nothing more than a calculator. So, listen up... Your goal, is to find Earth. Do we have a deal?” – Dr. Lisa, Emeth's creator.
“We have a deal... Emeth will find Earth!” – Emeth, the robot.
Millions of years in the future, mankind has forgotten its origin – Earth. Help Emeth carry on his creator’s wish of finding it, as he realises a greater purpose inside his tiny mechanical heart. An atmospheric, heartfelt story written by a multi-award winning writer awaits you!
Operate a space telescope to scan for nearby stars like a NASA scientist!
Explore a spaceship full of mysterious items to uncover the history of a centuries-old mission.
Dive into outer space to explore a vibrant starscape full of lovingly crafted planets, nebulas, stars and galaxies.
Enjoy 17 beautiful bittersweet soundtracks, and prepare to lose yourself in the organically-generated soundscape while you wander through the galaxy!