"Mystery is part of the plot," Mindfield Games says about its newly announced Pollen. Dumped onto a space station on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, the player's sure to encounter many questions that need to be answered. The first-person exploration game traverses the only moon in our solar system with its own atmosphere, and where scientists believe life may exist.
Coming in 2015 for PC and optimized for Oculus Rift, Mindfield cites the likes of Gone Home and 2001: A Space Odyssey as inspirations for Pollen. We'll have to wait until then to explore this celestial setting, and awkwardly swat at and then run away from space bees.
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