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Explore the ruins of the human race and discover the thriving wildlife that blossomed after our extinction in this underwater action/adventure. Encounter monstrous creatures and let curiosity guide you through an inevitable voyage of extinction.

The water rose by an unpredictable amount due to climate change. The sun started losing power and the Earth's surface froze over. Humans were forced to live underwater, where they could still harvest energy and grow food, changing how cities and districts looked. As resources began to dwindle in the year 2971, sub-aquatic spaceships were sent to a nearby wormhole to look for habitable planets. Things did not go as planned, as the ship, Argo9, returns millions of years later in a time humans have gone extinct.

It will be up to the player to determine if the ruins of our species is a travesty or an inevitable conclusion as they explore the waters and encounter deadly underwater monsters.


Controls: movement WASD || shooting/aim = LMB/mouse || Change weapon = Scroll/"Q" & "E"/Numb keys or you can use a gamepad (xbox controller recommended).

So this is our first big game! We haven't made a big game before so it's really exciting to make something of this scale, but also a bit like just being two people wrestling a colossus. Much like in Shadow of the Colossus. This is something we really want to make as great as possible so we're taking our time and working loads on it, full time like.

Developers: Christopher Andreasson (Code and Design) and Josef Martinovsky (Art and Design and Sound).

Music: Karl Flodin

Engine : Gamemaker Studio.

Inspiration: Planet of the Apes, 20000 Leagues Under the Sea, Star Wars, and Life Aquatic; Shadow of the Colossus, Super Metroid and Teleglitch .

System Requirements: Windows 7 or newer (Mac and Linux might not work anymore depending on OS)

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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human v1.0.zip 436 MB

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TheAquaticAdventureDemo.rar 49 MB

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I would have loved to have finished this, but similarly to it seems everyone else here, I hit a memory issue partway through. I'd recommend anyone wanting to play this buy the console version elsewhere or wait for a fix to be released. Fun game and lovely atmosphere until then, though.

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I was enjoying this up until the Chain Gang boss fight. Whenever the big shark hits the mines (which seems to be how you win) the game crashes to a "code error" and has to be hard closed. This happens about 80% of the time. 

It was a good game until then, but this boss fight is broken on a technical level, so I had to give up. I can't recommend anyone plays this in its current state.

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you don't have to fight them

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For Linux users out there, ./play.it now has support for The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human.

can't play the game, after my torpedo hits the first set of rocks blocking my way running away from the defiler crab, it just crashes, memory error or something. it was good while it lasted, but I am unable to play the game like this.

sorry to hear that. I can't find a newer DRM free version to upload unfortunately. :( I actually can't even find any of the game graphics/soundfx that I made for it either - like I've lost the entire folder.

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 cannot run the game from the linux version.

At best effort I extrat the rar file, then link right 32 bits libraries then the game try to run with Steam. But I do not have it on Steam. So that fails badly.

Does any one run it on Linux?

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It seems to work fine here (Debian Bullseye/Sid), using ./play.it to install it and apply required workarounds.

sadly mac users cannot play this game anymore as it is not compatible with mac OS systems now. Needs to be updated.

As a Mojave user who can still run 32-bit software, I have to agree—nothing I’ve tried will get this to run natively on my system. I can get as far as the intro using Wine, but once it fades to black it stays black.

After using The Unarchiver to unzip the rar file on my Mac, when I click on the game app icon I get the message 'The application "TheAquaticAdventureOfTheLastHuman" can't be opened.'

hmm not sure how macs work exactly but maybe you have to pull the whole folder into your app folder? to "install" it? It could also have to do with what OS you're using since it's a 4 year old game. /J

Ah, it may be that it's an older game you're right - I think there is an issue for 32 vs 64 bit games being supported on a Mac. At least that's one possibility. 

yeah that could definitely be it. I remember us having some trouble with the mac build back then. Had a friend help us.

I got this game in the bundle and was pretty excited about it but after I unzipped the file and selected the windows version it refused to open, saying my computer cannot run .rar files. Does anyone know how to fix this?

I'm still having problems opening it myself on a Mac, but you need a way to unzip the .rar file. On Windows you need something like 7-Zip. On my Mac I'm using The Unarchiver.

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Thank you for your help! I downloaded 7-zip earlier and it allowed me to play! 

Oh, awesome - enjoy!

hey, have you found out how to play this on mac?

Nah, I ended up giving up

You just have to unzip the rar file like Kohi said and then play the exe file :)

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I got the game to work earlier and I'm really loving the game so far. It's so atmospheric, pretty and mysterious, but also a little depressing at times. I really like the lore snippets, they help me stay engaged because I want to know more about the world this story takes place in! The bosses are quite hard but that's probably because I'm not very good at games haha.

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I loved this game for it's atmosphere and pixel art. I loved the story and the shadow of the colossus and metroid type game play it offered. It's just a great game man, and I wished I had found it earlier.

Thanks! ^^