Nauticrawl – Escape or die trying.

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iOSSteamAdventureExplorationSci-FiAndrea Interguglielmi
Spare Parts Oasis
Release Date
September 16, 2019
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Master the machine, master the game.

A stolen, enigmatic machine is your only way out. Though this Nauticrawl is likely to kill you, so will the planet you're escaping if you don't figure out how this thing works. With the right amount of experimentation your escape plan just might succeed. Pull levers, redirect power, hack devices, uncover communications, try anything and everything. Puzzle out how to pilot the Nauticrawl to freedom in this unusual atmospheric adventure... or die trying.

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Mysterious Devices
Mysterious Devices
Explore and unlock puzzling and powerful contraptions in your quest to escape the planet.
Can You Escape?
Can You Escape?
Hack devices, intercept messages, and chart a course to freedom where none have survived before.
A Unique Experience
A Unique Experience
No experience will be the same. Skills you learn in the Nauticrawl will help in your next run.

About The Game

A bold escape

Stealing a Nauticrawl is indeed a bold move, but this may be the only play you've got. This machine is complex and difficult to maneuver but if you take your time and listen to her, the Nauticrawl will guide you. Every attempt will teach you more about this machine and the world around you. Form theories, put them to the test, and try again.

Think it through

While learning how to pilot this hunk of metal, you'll have to be mindful of the dangerous world around you. The good news is that these threats will only sense you while you're in motion. Take your time and plan your moves. As you master the controls of your Nauticrawl you'll be taken deeper into its mysterious world and hopefully beyond.

What People Say

Nauticrawl stumped me with its sole screen, and I loved it.


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About The Developer

A one man studio, the developer behind Spare Parts Oasis has been making games long enough to have released a title on the Game Boy Color.
Spare Parts Oasis