Lincoln 5: Quarantine About the demo Lincoln 5 Quarantine is a demo of Lincoln 5: The Gateway intended to give people an idea of how Lincoln 5 will play. In the demo you are trapped in a quarantined section of a docking bay on the USS Gateway. You are the only living person in the docking bay. The room is littered with corpses. The strange thing is, however, that other than the fact that they are dead... they look completely healthy. The other thing you will notice is in the center of the quarantine is an ambulance shuttle. In "Quarantine" you discover that the one of the patients who were on the ambulance disappeared without ever getting aboard the Gateway. It is a point and click, so you can navigate using either the arrow keys or by clicking. The goal is to explore, find clues, and solve puzzles. The full game has over 2000 static images and over 4000 animation images... So this certainly isn't just another generic point-and-click. The game has been in development since November 2008 and is actually being developed using Torque for the PC, Mac, iPhone, and iPad. We will be releasing this game in sections. We hope to release more within a week or two. Currently you play exclusively outside the ambulance and there are three puzzles to solve. These are actually easier than the majority of the puzzles in the full game, as we wanted to give people a smoother learning curve. The unique thing about the demo, compared to other demos, is that once complete, the demo can stand by itself as its own game. You can download the game with an installer here: Quarantine (with installer) You can download the game without an installer here: Quarantine (no installer) If you liked the demo and want to help us finish the full game visit: our Kickstarter page. You can also visit: www.lincoln5.com to learn more about the project. About the Full game We are considering releasing a limited public alpha of the full game if the demo garners enough interest. The full game's scope is much much larger than the demo, so it is buggier. If you are interested in checking out the full game itself, let us know by posting your comments here. Thoughts? Let us hear what you think about the project. If you find bugs, or otherwise, let us know. We appreciate your feedback! Thank you!