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A dashing spaceship captain bounds through his derelict vessel, retrieving the chromatic components needed to get all his systems back online in this free online platformer filled with special abilities to discover.

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I'm stuck at the observatory. The arrow there (for me) is to the right. How do I get out?

Patreon Contributor Questioner September 3, 2016 11:36 AM replied to Dartania

If i'm not wrong, there should have been a star in that room.

This star gives you an additional ability:

To rotate the world back to the "original" direction by pressing the "down" key on your keyboard.


Figured it out!

The stars give you special powers. The one star allows you to change the direction of gravity based on the angle of the floor you walk on. Another allows you to go inside those colorful octagons by pressing the down arrow. And the one I was stuck on allows you to reset the direction of gravity by pressing the down arrow.


Oh yes, what you said.


There are so many glitches that can happen if you hit a corner just right.

I glitched my way to the outside of the solar station, but couldn't find a way to land on the sun alive. Then I got myself stranded on the balcony with no way to escape by rotation.

And then I refreshed the page and got myself stuck in the wall in the first 10 seconds. I haven't been able to do that again though.

John Blackburne September 15, 2016 3:02 PM

An interesting idea but let down by the implementation. Jumping seems far too glitchy and random, as does the design. And it was over far too quickly. In the end there were only two objectives, the two stars I collected, before it finished. It would have been over much sooner if I had not spent so much time trying things that did not work, retrying jumps and paths.


Very good!!! A very pleasant casual game with an awful lot of depth. Short enough to explore and complete in a single session but deep enough and rewarding enough to give you a satisfying buzz at the end.


Shadow284 October 12, 2016 5:13 PM

Strange, when I try to play the game, I get a dialog box popping up asking whether to open or save a file called index.html

If I try to open it, all I get is a page with:

Unity WebGL Player | LD36


« created with Unity »

I have Unity installed, and I'm using Firefox v 49.0.1

Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Cyberjar88 October 13, 2016 2:01 AM replied to Shadow284

I'm getting the same thing. No idea why, though...

kktkkr October 13, 2016 2:54 AM replied to Shadow284

I can confirm that Dropbox is serving the game page with a "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=index.html" header, causing the page to be downloaded rather than displayed. One workaround for Firefox is to use the Open in Browser add-on, which ignores the header and displays the page properly.


Can you explain how to do this? thank you


This is what I used to make it work:

1. Install Open in Browser in Firefox and restart Firefox.
2. Use the "Play anachroma" button from this article. When the frame loads, it should trigger a download prompt. On this prompt you should now have a radio button option to "Open in browser as", and select "Web Page" from the dropdown.
3. Press OK, and index.html should open in the same tab and load the Unity code correctly.

Shadow284 October 13, 2016 5:10 PM replied to kktkkr

Thanks, that totally worked!


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