Genesis Alpha One is a game that puts you in the role of an interstellar pioneer. It has exciting rogue-like mechanics, a deep shipbuilder, and fast first-person action.
In this FPS, you must construct, upgrade, and pilot your ship through a galaxy teeming with hostile alien and human dangers.
Protect the future of humanity via exploration, innovation, and endurance in the midst of a militaristic space race.
For three days only, GOG.com (originally Good Old Games) is offering a free copy of the Genesis Alpha One Deluxe Edition.
You have until Sunday, October 30 at 1:30 PM GMT/UTC if you want to add it to your GOG library (UTC).
To get this freebie, visit this giveaway page at gog.com/giveaway.
As you scroll down, you’ll eventually reach the page’s middle.
You will see a banner about the game giveaway. Click on the “Add to Library” button.
In order to continue, you’ll need to either log in to your GOG account or create a new one.
Once again, visit the giveaway page and click the “Add to Library” button.
There is no more work to be done. You’ll be able to include this video game in your collection. You are free to keep it and use it for as long as you like.
You can start playing once you’ve downloaded and installed the GOG Galaxy gaming client and logged in with your account information.
About Genesis Alpha One Deluxe Edition:
Unchecked wars, corrupt governments, and global capitalism have done a lot of damage to the planet through pollution and overuse of its natural resources.
The rest of the governments on Earth agree with the decision of four big companies to start the Genesis program. When you take control of a Genesis starship, you go on the ultimate mission deep into space.
Your mission in this game is to travel to a distant planet and establish a new colony there. They give you a small ship and a crew and are told to go explore the galaxy in search of a new home.
Along the way, you’ll learn about cutting-edge science, amass supplies, face off against hostile aliens, and hopefully find and settle on a habitable planet.
If you don’t make it, you’ll have to go back to Earth and try again, only this time you’ll be better prepared.