After more than three years of development players get to relive the same day over and over in Mars Underground. Developed by Matt Sanderson of Moloch Media, Mars Underground is a narrative apocalyptic adventure story game where players explore the possibilities of the time loop.
Everyday is the player’s first day of school at a new school in Phobos City. Every night the world ends. In each new cycle of the time loop new items can be acquired and new topics unlocked.
There are so many different things to do that are available to players. One can take some experimental drugs and talk to a toilet. Get hit by a car. Humiliate the character repeatedly and then go get hit by a car again and again. Why would one do all this? Simple, find out what is going on.
Players can solve brain damaging mysteries and discover all the potential endings. Every cycle allows the opportunity to find new stuff. The citizens of Phobos City can be talked to, interacted with, annoyed, and bothered by the player as they try to live their day.
Mars Underground is available for PC, MAC and Linux on Steam for $9.99 USD. A special launch promotion offer runs until March 21, 2019. The game features an all original dynamic soundtrack and supports keyboard, controller, or touch input. More information can be found on the games website at marsunderground.net.
Moloch Media is based in Australia. Their title, Mars Underground was designed, developed, and programmed by Matt Sanderson. Mars Underground was an official selection in the PAX AUS Indie Showcase 2018 and won the 2016 Strasbourg Indie Game Contest Octopix for the Best Independent Video Game.