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Captain! You have limited resources, desperate crew, strange cargo and a Company Man spying on you. Good luck crossing the Solar System with corrupt cops, cultists and terrorists on your tail: and don't be late!
release date: 20 Jun, 2019
developer: Choice of Games
publisher: Choice of Games
About This Game
Captain! You have limited resources, desperate crew, strange cargo and a Company Man spying on you. Good luck crossing the Solar System with corrupt cops, cultists and terrorists on your tail: and don't be late!Asteroid Run: No Questions Asked
is a 325,000-word interactive novel by Fay Ikin. It’s entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
Cargo runs between Earth, Mars and the Asteroid Belt are commonplace enough, but deadly too. You're the captain of a merchant vessel, but this time your contract has a twist: don't open the cargo, don't get in the way of its handler, and don't ask questions.
What kind of captain will you be: one who gets their hands dirty in the engines, an aspiring scientist, or a master negotiator? Will you focus on the health of your crew or the state of your ship? When the power blocs of the Black start sniffing around, will you put your crew in danger to protect the mysterious cargo, or will you join forces with the vicious anarchists who fight against corporate wealth and corruption?
- Play as non-binary, female, or male, and find romance—asexual or otherwise—with people of all genders.
- Discover your crew's secrets, or focus on their well-being: their lives are in your hands.
- Abandon your position to join forces with the anarchists and their charismatic leader, and even turn double agent.
- Balance your ship's resources, punctuality and your influence with groups in the system.
- Get rich being a bootlicker for the lawbringers or the megacorporations, or use their corruption against them.
- Endanger your crew with principles and compassion, or give in to your dark, most selfish impulses to keep them safe.
Whatever alliances you make, the Black is vast and unforgiving, and your corporate guest is watching for any mistakes. You've got six months: make them count
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Asteroid Run: No Questions Asked user review
one of my favorite COGs!! this game has great replay value and a really compelling story.
I LOVE THIS GAME SO MUCH!!! The characters are great and complex and I love the development you can give your protag. I feel like the choices are pretty clear (what stat they are using) and the romance felt smoothly integrated into the story.
Solid 7/10, though that shouldn't be too surprising since it's a straight ripoff of season 1 of
As far as I know,
At first I thought I wouldn’t buy it because I read in the description that the choices seemed to be: you either be ruthless and don’t care about your crew or you have to align yourself with the rebels.
Really good entry to the the COG roster. Running the ship and interacting with your crew is very satisfying. I didn't realize that I needed a starship management simulator, but I do. I didn't like every character, but none of them felt cliche and the overall story was well written and branched in some interesting ways.
This one is pretty good as far as the "chose your own adventure" aspect goes, you truly get to define your character, pursue multiple solutions to the obstacles, befriend your crew and other characters and play though the way you want, even when it makes little sense to do so (yes, I should totally throw my life as capitan away and join Solib after just hearing about them the second time!).
Some how this one got past me for a few days, and I only got lucky it popped up in my que that i usually run through once or twice after checking the new releases everyday (yeah i know i need a life!)
I 100% recommend this game. I played it through like four times in two days because it was just so captivating. The world-building is great--it reminds me of Firefly/Serenity although it's clearly a different rodeo. I love how diverse of a cast of characters there is--in gender, sexuality, personality, and background. The romancing options are fantastic (at least those I've played through) and they're woven well into the plot of the story; sometimes the romance makes no difference and other times the stories are really only about the romance, but this one presents both in equal measure. All in all, this is the most exhilarating, intriguing, and well-written Choice Of/Hosted games I've played (and I've played a lot).
Fantastic story with a lot of meaningful (and difficult choices). Not a ton in the way of character development, but I didn't find that too big a problem. Also, despite do just about everything right, saving the day, keeping my ship in one piece and everyone alive, and making sure no one hated me, I got a bad ending anyway. Maybe that's the point, but it didn't feel like that kind of story.
Loved it, great story, characters and branching. Highly Recommended.
I would have given this game a positive review, as I like the setting; however, there are MULTIPLE characters that use the they/their/them pronouns. It is hard to read, and you should be given the option to turn it off. I have read dozens of choice of games interactive novels, but this one is a disappointment — typical SJW nonsense.
It doesn't look like much but the story is intreasting from the very start.