You play the role of a former military officer, now trying to make a living by trading and scavenging in the vastness of space. Your ship the Callisto and rag-tag crew, experiencing new adventures and relationships along its travels.
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Download for Mac
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- swipe down to hide the ui
- swipe left to roll back
- swipe right to start skipping of text
- swipe 2x left&right to open the game menu
- swipe up&down to toggle a small window with memory usage information
- longpress the save file thumbnail in the save/load screen to delete this slot
Download Walkthrough, Cheat & Gallery Mod
- Adds in-game walkthrough displaying best choices or choice outcome.
- Adds cheats to change points and credits.
- Adds a scene replay gallery to the main menu for mission scenes without having to replay the whole mission.
- Adds textbox options in Preferences. Text size, and textbox opacity.
- Adds option to Name Saves.
- Adds option to toggle Quick Menu via Q on the keyboard or in Preferences.
PC: Unzip the mod and put the folder named “game” from the mod in your ” Callisto-0.*-pc” folder. Overwrite files if required.
MAC: Unzip the mod -> Right-click your ” Callisto” app -> Click “Show Package Contents” -> Open the “Contents” then “Resources” folders -> Hold the Option key and drag the folder named “game” from the mod to the “autorun” folder -> Click merge
Story - 76%
Visual - 83%
Engagement - 70%
Core Loop - 55%
out off 100%
This review is based on author's perspective and actual experience may differ on individual's own preferences.
First time I played I thought the game had potential, but some of the characters are obscure. The romance was basically only just building in the story – and the management system was either half baked or way, WAY too complicated to understand what the hell I was supposed to do. And that was before the [final] mark on it. Which by the way I’d say isn’t because quite frankly from where I left the story off it was barely getting started as far as being anything remotely interesting. Nevermind done. You could and properly should have introduced pregnancy. You needed to build up the relationships with the girls a lot more – and I cannot for the life of me understand why you all insist on introducing lesbian couples into a harem game; and letting maybe (maybe) one of them be fuckable but the other is either ice cold as a bitch or highly resistent. They. Are. Lesbians. They are not interested in a male lead; and it IS a male lead. They can be useful cameo dues ex machina characters; friends to bend an ear with or advise the MC if he needs help with a specifically difficult girl [Especially if she’s a creature that he’s never seen/heard of before] OR frankly make them both openly BI. Period. Then they can both be maybe lightly guarded, but still implied to be DTF. It doesn’t jar the narrative, still includes LGBT content, and it doesn’t put an obstacle to a healthy harem that doesn’t bloody need to be there. Also, writing a catgirl to be the least sexual was an interesting turn. Writing a 16 year old looking model to be like 150 technically doesn’t excuse the fact beyond her massive (and very well designed) tits she behaves like she’s too innocent to be in this game. [I do like that you kind of try for the Teach Me bit with her; but that job should SPECIFICALLY be aimed at the MC. Not the female co captain that used to just be a racing stripper for fuck sakes] The secretary who looks like Skipper (The doll, not the sea man’s rank – had to put the space because I know how you guys think, cue the dirty jokes) but somehow is a business genius really should have negated the whole concept of that minigame. Or whatever the hell it was you were trying to do with part. Made the game literally unplayable for me. Or at least it gave me a crap ton of “Oh boy am I ever gonna fuck this up.” Not good. At all. Would have liked to see where the story would go, but if you ran out of funds or someone got bored… I get it. Kinda sucks as I do think outside of the points I mentioned this one did have some potential, but it’s hardly the first and it won’t be the last to be prematurely aborted all of a sudden.