Pixeljam Games is getting ready to take us on a musical journey through space on November 19th with Last Horizon.

The studio is known for games like Glorkian Warrior and Potatoman Seeks the Troof but Last Horizon is a departure from those types of lighthearted titles.

It's a pretty game about survival in space with procedurally generated planets and deep ambient music.

The idea is to explore space in a small ship and land on planets to harvest their resources so you can continue on. Keeping an eye on fuel, oxygen, and hull integrity is what it's all about.

But this comes with a risk. If you start taking too many resources you'll attract unwanted attention from hostile alien life.

So it's somewhat about striking a balance between taking enough to survive and not so much that you destroy planets and their populations.

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It has four game modes with "Flights" A, B, and C having similar planet positions, while Flight X completely mixes everything up.

Last Horizon will be out for iOS and Android on November 19th and will cost £1.99 / $2.99 at full price (there'll be a launch discount.)

It'll also be out for PC on Steam on November 19th at $4.99. You can find out more on the game's website.