Hello Guest  /  Join  /  Sign In  /  Get Desura
Windows, Linux
Send Message

Average Rating


Ratings closed


Take control of an alien abductee as you try to escape from the confines of an alien spaceship. This would be hard enough without the tranquilizers they keep you pumped full of. Every time you wake up, you have but 30 seconds to make a break for it before the drugs kick back in. You can explore your memory of the ship in between runs to learn more about your captors and plan your next escape attempt. Use the items scattered about the ship to aid in your escape, and overcome the obstacles how you see fit. Find the key to open the door, turn off the hydraulics and pry the door open, or go around it by crawling through the vent to the next room and smashing the glass door in between. There is no single solution to any problem.

Desura Weekly Release Highlights - Episode 27


Desura Weekly Release Highlights - Episode 27

Another week is here and that being the case it is my pleasure to welcome you to this weeks episode of Desura's Weekly Release Highlights.

Jun 3, 2014 News
In Vivo Challenge Mode


In Vivo Challenge Mode

Challenge mode is out now. Check out the promo video, read the description, and pick it up today.

Apr 22, 2014 News
Fretting Every Tile


Fretting Every Tile

An update on what's been happening with Electric Horse Software, including talks about the game being reviewed and my reactions to it, news about the upcoming Challenge Mode update, and the plans for...

Apr 15, 2014 News
letsmaybeLP92 Apr 16 2014, 3:16pm said:

Hi thanks for selling your game on IndieGameStand. Will you be able to provide Desura keys for the game as well?

+1 vote     reply to
liamdawe Apr 5 2014, 8:36am said:

Will the Linux version come to Desura?

+1 vote     reply to
ElectricHorseSW Apr 5 2014, 9:56pm replied:

That's the goal! Right now I only have a native executable for Windows, as that's the only type I personally own. The game is written in Java though, so as soon as I figure out how to package the java files into a native for Linux and Mac, and can test them to make sure they work properly, I will be adding those platforms here.

+1 vote     reply to
liamdawe Apr 6 2014, 7:11am replied:

If you only have the Windows stuff why is there a Linux version on IGS and Itch?

+1 vote     reply to
ElectricHorseSW Apr 6 2014, 11:12am replied:

Those sites let you download the game's java files, which you can run directly through java; you get a jar file instead of an executable. The problem is that I don't own a mac or linux computer, so I can't perform the necessary steps to convert it from its current cross-platform setup to the platform-dependent setup that Desura requires. I'm trying to figure out how to do that without having to buy two more computers. I assure you that it works just fine on mac & linux from those other sites, they just have looser distribution requirements.

+1 vote     reply to
oogla Jun 4 2014, 9:57pm replied:

You can install Ubuntu Linux very easily into a virtual drive under Windows using WUBI. You do give up a little bit in performance this way, but for occasional use and simplicity it's great.


+1 vote     reply to
liamdawe Apr 6 2014, 3:48pm replied:

With Linux you can dual-boot with Windows on the same computer, Linux has been designed to work with other operating systems.

+1 vote     reply to
Post a Comment
click to sign in and comment

Only registered members can share their thoughts. So come on! Join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) and join in the conversation.

Track this game Releases
Single Player
Embed Buttons

Promote In Vivo on your homepage or blog by selecting a button and using the HTML code provided (more).

In Vivo In Vivo In Vivo
In Vivo In Vivo
2,990 of 3,412
Last Update
10 months ago
35 members