In Other Waters Crack With Activator 2020

In Other Waters Play as an Artificial Intelligence guiding a stranded xenobiologist through a beautiful and mysterious alien ocean. A non-violent sci-fi story, enter a world of wonder, fear and vulnerability, unraveling the history and ecology of an impossible planet. What will you discover together?
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
Downloads 62
Genre Adventure, General
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Fellow Traveller / Jump Over The Age
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In Other Waters reviews ( 5 )

Mangraz, Jul5, 2020

A wonderful, unique game. If you are looking for a classic videogame, In Other Waters is certainly not for you. If you are open for an unusual experience tho, I can recommend it without hesitation. The game is all about curiosity, What happened to this planet? What happened to the lost friend of the protagonist? What are those alien lifeforms roaming every nook and cranny of this great ocean? Despite on first glance looking very open and sandboxy, this is a narrative game. While I had great fun completing my encyclopedia, there is no real (as in game-changing) reward to it, other than detailled sketches and descriptions of the lifeforms. I greatly enjoyed reading every entry tho, and do not miss the lack of progression mechanics. This means, while classifying the alien ecosystems is a big part of the game, you can easily focus on the narrative, without the story losing it's appeal. Greatly recommended.

PlayMoreGames, May2, 2020

The rather plain presentation and the English-language dialogues and texts will quickly put off many players on Nintendo Switch and Steam of In Other Waters. Which is actually a pity. Namely, with a little patience and calmness you can experience a good game. The plot and the good background music provide a lot of fun and variety. If you like to embark on an interesting adventure, "In Other Waters" should definitely give "In Other Waters" a chance. (

otm, Jun3, 2020

I was drawn in by the promising reviews but this game is a painfully shallow experience. A superficially elegant but immediately frustrating UI paired with what is genuinely basic and unimpressive sound design. As the writing / world-building has been held up as a strength of the game, I should also say that it was in no way intriguing to me with banal exposition and so in my view, even fails on the level of visual / interactive novel. To contrast, Disco Elysium is lightyears ahead. This is my first rating on here but felt compelled to respond to what led me to buying this game: the favourable reviews. Unfortunately the critical reaction speaks more of a culture begging to be considered more thoughtful and, here I go again, deep rather than accepting that video games are a medium that requires a bit more effort towards immersion with engaging tactility to be effective (or in some cases, to break with immersion for narrative purpose). If you like this game, then by all means enjoy it but have you also tried reading a good book?

notherone, Apr 14, 2020

It's possible that, at some point after the first 30 minutes, this game gets really interesting, but it would have to be a truly impressive pivot. It's hard to pinpoint exactly what's going wrong, but it's fair to say that nothing is quite going right. For all the lovely sound design and eye-catching aesthetic, there's precious little (if any) reward in exchange for your curiosity. Collapse

billspcplay, Apr 14, 2020

If Subnautica was a text adventure . . . it'd be a much less enjoyable game. I don't think anyone needed a case study proving that fact, but thanks to In Other Waters, we now have hard evidence.