Comic 1 - [Astrobidden] » Begin.

28th Oct 2019, 10:00 PM
[Astrobidden] » Begin.
The astronaut being displayed is of an unknown name. All that is known about them is that they got themselves onto this asteroid somehow, and are very sad about it. Thus, they would appreciate getting off of the asteroid.

The astronaut has absolutely nothing with them besides what's in their backpack. Alas, they don't even know if they put anything in there to begin with. For all they know, they were on this asteroid their entire life.

They only have fifty percent oxygen left, hence the orange dot on their backpack, yet somehow, despite the backpack which is assumed to have the air tank not being equipped to the astronauts back, they are completely fine on air.

What should this astronaut do?
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hazardly 28th Oct 2019, 8:49 PM edit delete
hazardly
I made this when I was bored. Every single panel is user-command based, unlike Originia, in which only every ten or so panels is user command based, the other panels branching off of said command.

This web-comic is inspired by Jailbreak by Andrew Hussie.

Who knows, this might span thousands of pages. However, I am only expecting it to last a few hundred. Hopefully. You decide what this astronaut does. Will they learn how to asexually reproduce and create a thriving citadel, to later become the ruler of the galaxy?

Who the fuck knows.

Type a command already.

Comments:

Guest 28th Oct 2019, 11:15 PM edit delete reply
run
BMR 28th Oct 2019, 11:29 PM edit delete reply
BMR
Walk around the asteroid, to get an idea of the size of the place that we're dealing with. And who knows? Might spot something of interest along the way.
Guest 29th Oct 2019, 4:25 PM edit delete reply
Open the box
hazardly 29th Oct 2019, 4:40 PM edit delete reply
hazardly
Just letting you know, the command goes on whatever panel the command is for. If it was for the backpack, other panels were already released so sadly it's too late. I usually wait around a day for people to write commands, for future reference.