About the Game
OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is a stargazing experience handcrafted for people who enjoy story driven games and arguing about Pluto.
A Heartfelt Story of Purpose and Pursuit
After eons of spreading across the cosmos, humanity has lost its way back. Peer into a forgotten galaxy through the lens of a deep space telescope, and help the childlike robot Emeth carry on his creator's will of finding our long lost home, as he realizes a greater purpose inside his tiny mechanical heart.
Uncover the Secrets of Space
Operate an evolving space telescope to explore a vibrant starscape full of meticulously crafted galaxies, nebulas, stars and planets. Explore the crew members' past throughout the spaceship, and uncover their purpose among the cosmos.
Relax to a Chill Soundtrack
Enjoy over 20 beautifully written soundtracks by composer Triodust, and prepare to lose yourself in the organically generated soundscape as you wander through the galaxy!
Awards & Recognitions
2017 - TpGS Indie Game Award - Best Narration
2016 - IMGA SEA - Excellence in Storytelling
2016 - Indieplay - Best Mobile Game
2016 - Indieplay - Excellence In Audio Nomination
2016 - IMGA - Best Meaningful Play Nomination
2016 - Google Editors' Choice
2015 - Haogamers Best of Asian Indie Games 2015 - Most Original
2015 - Apple Best Game You've Never Played
2015 - Apple Best Of October
What People Think
Though small in size this game is powerful in the emotion of the story it's telling so you may want to be sure there is a tissue nearby.
- Lori.h, Jay is games
At its heart this is a simple story of love, friendship, and acceptance of impermanence, but it’s told so wonderfully that anyone can pick this up and enjoy it.
- Iain Garner, Haogamers
OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is a game that has a story to tell. Its enthralling narrative begged me to keep playing in each moment. It gave me small chuckles, put a smile on my face, and made me overwhelmed with sorrow.
- Joshua Olivieri, Switch Era
The perfect videogame for people into stargazing
- Nicole Carpenter, Kill Screen
Digital stargazing is a surprisingly compelling pursuit, and we thoroughly enjoyed our time with OPUS - it’s charming, affecting and proof positive that the Switch can be a wonderful storyteller.
- Morgan Sleeper, Nintendo Life
Finding a game so powerful while simultaneously being so unassuming is like searching for Earth amongst the trillions upon trillions of stars.
- Heather Johnson, The Overpowered Noobs
Get the Soundtrack
Free Download | iOS, Android
$1.99 Unlock Full Version| iOS, Android
$5.00 | Nintendo Switch