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Overview

You’re a castaway stranded in the middle of nowhere. The storm is gone, the worst certainly not. Look for food and resources, craft gear, make a shelter. These are the basics, you will need much more to stay alive on this cut-off-the-world, yet not desert island. Build and burn, sail and explore, stay out of reach!
~ Quote taken from the presskit[1]


Fight cold and hunger  •  Deal with inhabitants  •  Explore the unknown


The game is developed by Space Boat Studios.

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Studio: Release Date: Price: Platforms:
Space Boat Studios 9 Jun, 2015 USD 14.99 PC / Mac /Linux

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1 OutOfReach BoatsAndBoats.jpg 2 OutOfReach Ship.jpg
3 OutOfReach trebuchets.jpg 4 OutOfReach Harbourbase.jpg
5 OutOfReach Middaybase.jpg 6 OutOfReach Smithy.jpg

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