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The Solus Project is developed and distributed by Hourences and Grip Games for Windows 7 and later. This game was released in Feb 2016.

After the earth has been destroyed, the faith of mankind is now relying on a small fleet of colony ships near Pluto! Your job is to scout planets to determine if one of them is suitable for human habitation. Well, as you approach one of them, your ship is hit by something coming from below and you just manage to reach the escape pod in time. As you fall rather quickly towards it, you keep wondering what you are going to find out upon impact!

The Solus Project is a First Person/Survival/Exploring game with absolutely stunning visuals. At the start of the game, you will see a couple of splendid introduction videos from the destruction of earth to your crash landing. Then, you will step onto this glorious scenery of the planet Gliese-6143-C.

All is beautiful but you really have nothing on you and your first task is to scavenge for useful items around the crash site. The first one you find is a survival device; a PDA which will tell you when to eat, drink, sleep, the outside temperature, can decrypt alien writing and other useful options. You will be lead to specific destinations and will be shown where you can find food, water and how to craft items too. The Solus Project atmosphere is just brilliant – either you are on the surface of the planet or deep in the caves. The weather element is well done, too. You might experience a meteor shower, lighting and other extreme weather on the planet surface. Try to gather food (cans of food or plants) before entering the cavern just to be on the safe side. Oh, and be careful not to get wet too often especially in a cold environment like caverns. This is a great recipe for hypothermia!

The Solus Project does have a puzzle element to it, but to be honest they are not very difficult (as far as I have progressed) but make sure to read all the notes as well as the Alien symbols which can provide you with great intelligence , your PDA is very handy for that.

You will only be able to store up to 12 items in your inventory at the Start of the game, which is a bit of a bugger. I like to gather as many items as I can and you never know when you might need them.

Graphically this game is stunning. Mouse and keyboard for the controls and great sound effects all round. Also, you can set whatever level you want to play, from easy to hard.

The Solus Project Features


  • Linear – The game has a start and end. It is a singleplayer adventure with 10 large levels.
  • Your Time– Scale the game as you wish. Go from a super hardcore experience to a relaxing stroll on an alien planet. In fact you can cheat old school console style even. It is your time, your experience.
  • Just You – Little hand holding. No obvious enemies. It is just you. All alone by yourself.
  • Old school – Fond memories of games from 10, 20 years ago? So do we. Complex level layouts. Dozens of secret areas. Keys to unlock doors. Underground environments. A ~ key to open the game console.
  • Exploration – There are hundreds and hundreds of things to find hidden away in the world. Secret areas the size of modern “next gen levels”. Just how deep does the rabbit hole go?
  • Puzzles – Puzzle your way through environmental puzzles left by an alien civilization, like our titles Unmechanical and The Ball.


  • World – Gliese-6143-C is a harsh and barren planet, covered by a vast ocean. Days are over 45C/113F, and nights under -30C/F.
  • Archipelago –  In The Solus Project, 5 islands, with a shallow sea between them and connected through a system of caves. To travel from one island to the next you must traverse these dark caverns.
  • Wreckage – The spaceship in which you arrived crashed on arrival, and its debris is scattered across the world. Find and locate debris sites to find additional resources.
  • Tombs – Megalithic tombs are all over. Clearly you were not the first intelligent being to have set foot on this planet. Who was here before? Where did they go? What happened?

Other Features of The Solus Project

  • Stunning Graphics
  • Good story-line
  • Great weather effects
  • Very good atmosphere
  • Achievement & trading cards

The Solus Project System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 64 bit and newer
Processor: Dual Core 2GHZ
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX10 Compatible 3D Card – Minimum GeForce 460 or equivalent – Integrated graphics (Intel) may not work well and have not been tested. For use with Intel integrated graphics please run the game in DirectX 10 compatibility mode.
DirectX: Version 10
Storage: 11 GB available space
Sound Card: Any Windows compatible card
Additional Notes: Supports Tobii Eye Tracking. Vive/Oculus support exists but is experimental and knows various problems.
OS: Windows 7 64 bit and newer
Processor: Quad Core 2GHZ+
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX11 compatible 3D card strongly recommended – GeForce 760 or equivalent and higher
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 11 GB available space
Sound Card: Any Windows compatible card

The Solus Project pc game Review

This game has some of the best and most interesting planetary exploration I’ve experienced. I liked searching for their secrets, it was awesome that they were included in the first place being that most games secrest are pretty lackluster. Their environments felt hostile and dangerous, and they had me creeping around every corner. I enjoyed the survival elements, I felt like they were prominent enough in the game where I wanted to get into them but not so overwhelming and complex that I was put off by it all.

I very much like this game, a very well done experience. more of a mystery at this point than anything and I love that. I feel like if this game was a movie that it would be the first half of Prometheus. I absolutely love it.

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