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“Random Seed Games is currently only one full-time developer and a few part-time contributors. I want to get as much feedback as possible on the Survival Sandbox gameplay systems while I continue to expand the game and add features in preparation for a Story Mode.”

“Lacuna Passage currently exists only as a Survival Sandbox, with an emphasis on the Sandbox. There is no narrative. There is no combat. This is a very small game with light survival mechanics. The primary activity is exploration. If you are satisfied by walking simulators or have an interest in space photography you might find the Early Access version compelling. If you want a more structured and goal-oriented experience you might want to wait until the Story Mode is finished.”

“The main reason I am releasing on Steam Early Access is so that I can get feedback from players.


I plan to engage with the community on the Steam discussion forums and the official feedback forum that is accessible through the game’s main menu.”

Radiation storms are a new environmental hazard for Lacuna Passage. They will not occur if you pick the No Storms scenario, but otherwise they are randomized low levels of radiation exposure that you can only escape by taking shelter in a habitat.

This update is a bit lighter on additional features than I was hoping for, but I just wanted to get something out for this month. Because of the rush to publish, there are also some balance issues that may need to be addressed in the near future since I didn’t have time to properly test everything.

The main change that may cause balance issues is the lengthening of the day-night cycle. Players have requested for quite some time now that the days should be extended a bit to feel more realistic. Previously, 30 minutes real-time equated to a full in-game day. Now this has been doubled to 1 hour real-time. Almost every variable in the game will be affected by this change, and so the ramifications aren’t fully known yet. Please report any major issues via the feedback forum.

You wake in an landing pod, check your equipment, and venture out onto the red Martian soil in search of a nearby habitat. With 25 square miles of the Red Planet to explore and survive, you must gather resources from randomized points-of-interest, supply caches, and other habitats in order to continue your mission. But survival is more than just tracking status bars. Maintaining your life-support equipment is just as important as maintaining your health. Lacuna Passage’s Survival Sandbox will allow you to test drive the core game mechanics in Steam Early Access ahead of the upcoming Story Mode.

Explore a massive terrain generated from actual Mars satellite imagery. With features generated from scans collected by the HiRISE project and details painstakingly designed to reflect the photography captured by planetary rovers, this is as close as you can get to visiting the true Red Planet.

Survive the harsh Martian environment with mechanics based on real health metrics like blood glucose levels, heart rate, caloric intake, and more. You will feel like a true interplanetary pioneer as you conquer the elements and survive randomized threats like dust storms.

Capture the beauty of Mars with an in-game photography mechanic that allows you to document your discoveries. Photos are saved to your computer at full 1920×1080 resolution and can be referenced in-game where you can set objective points to navigate back to where the photos were taken.

Interact with the various astronaut technologies through your dependable datapad. You will need to manage inventories, salvage and craft supplies, and repair vital life support systems in order to survive the desolate landscapes of Mars. Find and drive rovers to help manage multiple habitats.

“Random Seed Games is currently only one full-time developer and a few part-time contributors. I want to get as much feedback as possible on the Survival Sandbox gameplay systems while I continue to expand the game and add features in preparation for a Story Mode.”

“Lacuna Passage currently exists only as a Survival Sandbox, with an emphasis on the Sandbox. There is no narrative. There is no combat. This is a very small game with light survival mechanics. The primary activity is exploration. If you are satisfied by walking simulators or have an interest in space photography you might find the Early Access version compelling. If you want a more structured and goal-oriented experience you might want to wait until the Story Mode is finished.”

“The main reason I am releasing on Steam Early Access is so that I can get feedback from players. I plan to engage with the community on the Steam discussion forums and the official feedback forum that is accessible through the game’s main menu.”

Radiation storms are a new environmental hazard for Lacuna Passage. They will not occur if you pick the No Storms scenario, but otherwise they are randomized low levels of radiation exposure that you can only escape by taking shelter in a habitat.

This update is a bit lighter on additional features than I was hoping for, but I just wanted to get something out for this month. Because of the rush to publish, there are also some balance issues that may need to be addressed in the near future since I didn’t have time to properly test everything.

The main change that may cause balance issues is the lengthening of the day-night cycle. Players have requested for quite some time now that the days should be extended a bit to feel more realistic. Previously, 30 minutes real-time equated to a full in-game day. Now this has been doubled to 1 hour real-time. Almost every variable in the game will be affected by this change, and so the ramifications aren’t fully known yet. Please report any major issues via the feedback forum.

You wake in an landing pod, check your equipment, and venture out onto the red Martian soil in search of a nearby habitat. With 25 square miles of the Red Planet to explore and survive, you must gather resources from randomized points-of-interest, supply caches, and other habitats in order to continue your mission. But survival is more than just tracking status bars. Maintaining your life-support equipment is just as important as maintaining your health. Lacuna Passage’s Survival Sandbox will allow you to test drive the core game mechanics in Steam Early Access ahead of the upcoming Story Mode.

Explore a massive terrain generated from actual Mars satellite imagery. With features generated from scans collected by the HiRISE project and details painstakingly designed to reflect the photography captured by planetary rovers, this is as close as you can get to visiting the true Red Planet.

Survive the harsh Martian environment with mechanics based on real health metrics like blood glucose levels, heart rate, caloric intake, and more. You will feel like a true interplanetary pioneer as you conquer the elements and survive randomized threats like dust storms.

Capture the beauty of Mars with an in-game photography mechanic that allows you to document your discoveries. Photos are saved to your computer at full 1920×1080 resolution and can be referenced in-game where you can set objective points to navigate back to where the photos were taken.

Interact with the various astronaut technologies through your dependable datapad. You will need to manage inventories, salvage and craft supplies, and repair vital life support systems in order to survive the desolate landscapes of Mars. Find and drive rovers to help manage multiple habitats.