A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android

-A submission for NaNoRenO 2020-

The Story

Hart-255, expedition ship believed to be missing a few years ago, sent a signal and hyperjumped to near Pluto's orbit.

Two agents sent to investigate the ship found themselves in a murder case they needed to solve if they wanted to save a space station from being destroyed.

The Agents

Mikaela "Mika" Tambunan

Orion Agency agent excels at data processing and analyzing. A serious type who seemingly lacks sense of humor and tends to be taking things too literally. She shows annoyance with her partner's easy going attitude every now and then, but doesn't take it further than that. Partnering with Adel.

Adelynn "Adel" Stark

The one taking care the talk and the questioning. Resourceful and could be quite cunning, but really bad with technologies. The way she takes thing casually is often viewed as lack of responsibility. Mika's senior and also her working partner.


Programming/Story: juunishi master

Character Art: nina

Background Art (temporary): danbrowncgi (https://danbrowncgi.cgsociety.org/qd42/small-spaceship-comm)

Music (temporary): Kevin Macleod (https://incompetech.com/)


OASISFiveWolves-1.0.3-win.zip 36 MB
OASISFiveWolves-1.0.3-linux.tar.bz2 41 MB
OASISFiveWolves-1.0.3-mac.zip 35 MB
fivewolves-10003-armeabi-v7a.apk 40 MB

Development log


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This is simply charming. The jazz music in space is a daring and effective departure from clichés, and that syncopated bass riff keeps me alert as that smooth Hammond establishes a mood of cool mystery. The verbal irony complements the technocratic banter in a manner that satisfies both halves of my brain. You’ve unlocked an achievement I am calling “The X-files Appeal”: illustrating two halves of one personality through the voices of two friends and coworkers. That, coupled with the jazz, makes this oddly sexy (for a sapiosexual). My only recommendation would be to find a proofreader (preferably a native speaker) to edit your prose. As I have said: it’s good. Yet there are a few blaring blemishes which are especially noticeable because of how engaging the story is. Aside from that, I would rank this up there with Philip K. Dick in terms of science fiction concepts, even if the trope is a little trite. It’s definitely one of the smoother submissions to this Game Jam.



Aaaaa, thank you! >A< Thank you so much for playing the demo and for the feedback!

It's been a while since I wrote something in English. I'll definitely ask for proofreader help after this.

Thank you again! :D