Factsheet

Developer:

Land Patricio
Based in Geneva,
Switzerland

Founding Date:

October 1, 2017

Website:

www.sol705.com

Press / Business Contact:

sol705game@gmail.com

Social:

Kickstarter
twitter.com/@land_patricio
twitter.com/@patosol705
facebook.com/sol705game

Releases:

Live on KICKSTARTER now!
PC - Mac - Linux
Android
iOS
STEAM

Description

The game is subject of a Kickstarter Campaign right now offering a free demo and awesome rewards to backers!

Sol705 KICKSTARTER

Sol705 is an hilarious point and click graphic adventure in the best spirit of the good classics from the '90s with a -slightly- modern touch! Because nostalgia is not what it used to be !

Story

Beginning

The story will unfold during the 70’s, over the course of a young boy’s winter break in a remote town called Tucana Lake, located on a land at the very end of the world known as Argentina. Mystery and references around every corner, a distorted reality that mixes american, european and out of this world pop culture influences and lots of amazing wacky sci-fi situations has been set to provide you hours of pure pixelated ecstasy!

Join a group of eccentric friends looking to sneak out from duty and spend all their free time at their own secret extraterrestrial research club: Sol705. Making contact with an alien race? Easy. Getting a date with one of their classmates, well… let just call it a top priority at the club's hidden agenda!

Features

    2D graphics with animations of great quality with the pixel-toon style.

    Exquisite hand-drawn backgrounds and dozen of ultra weird characters.

    An original soundtrack that goes from punk to the most awkward symphonic rock from the 70’s.

    Super funny puzzles and amazing vintage stuff to collect and use!.

    Full english voiced with spanish, french, english, russian and german dialogues.

    This adventure plays honor to the great Lucas Arts, Sierra and Delphine software of yore.

Videos

Official trailer Sol705

Download video Sol705

Teaser>

Gameplay Sol705 gameplay

Images

download files as .zip

Logo & Icon

download files as .zip

Recognition

  • Best free game of the week - PC GAMER

    - A lovely spanish-made point-and-click set in the 1970s, Sol705 has you investigating a wacky, small-town mystery, in a vibrant and colourful world that wouldn't look out of place in Saturday morning kid's cartoon. - Tom Sykes

  • Jay is games

    - Sol705 will likely give you several hours of gameplay as you explore the carefully crafted world and venture into many different scenes, I really appreciated the clear and high-quality voice acting that was paired with the story. It greatly helped the story and the characters to come alive . - Arceus

  • Indie game of the week - Super Game Droid

    - An expansive, fully voiced, and totally free love letter to the golden age of adventure games over to mobile . - Craig Forshey

  • Adventuregamers

    - With Sol705, Patoland has created a science fiction adventure in a mundane remote setting. The graphics are highly detailed, the soundtrack is a mix of psychedelic and prog rock, fitting in with the music-obsessed youth that make up most of the cast . - Steve Brown

  • Malditos Nerds

    - Uno de los proyectos locales más ambiciosos que hayamos visto! Los sprites, las referencias culturales, el sentido del humor… si sos de los que se entusiasman con el gaming made in Argentina, Sol 705 es tu juego . - Ignacio Esains

  • Best free software - Web Magazine UK

    - An old-school, fully voiced, point and click adventure with impressive graphics.

Team

Land Patricio
Creator

Lo Lang
Concept Artist

John Ace
Animator

Valentyn Kovalinskyi
Background artist

Himashis Karmarkar
Background artist

Gino Toti
English translator

Ariel Nakandakare
English translator

Alexander Preymak
Russian translator

Christophe Pallarès
French translator

Michael Stein and Julia Gründel
German translators

Eric Matyas
Incidental music

Chris Wickham
Main theme composer

About Patricio Land

Born in Buenos Aires (Argentina) he started programming as a hobby back in the '90s for the Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amiga 500. One of his early games was pirated even before finished...and he ended up buying it without knowing! Even though, those were really great times and with Sol705 he wanted to bring back those feelings of joy and madness after spending several years into game press journalism.

His passion for adventure games, pop culture, manga, anime, classic sci-fi movies, cheap magazines and model making are the main influences for Sol705 the point and click adventure that now he is bringing to Kickstarter.

On 2002 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland, where he lives with his wife, his 3 kids and a very bad cat.