Severe Incident: Cargo Flight 821

  • Explore the terrain of an alien world
  • Enjoy the company of Oscar the robot
  • Outsmart dangerous creatures
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU : 1.2 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 314

Review for game Severe Incident: Cargo Flight 821

Make your escape from an uncharted, beautiful and deadly planet in Severe Incident: Cargo Flight 821. Flight 821 has crashed on an alien planet which appears to have been inhabited in the distant past. You and your trustworthy robot companion Oscar will uncover the mystery of the planet’s lost inhabitants as you work together to find a way home in this gorgeous Hidden Object adventure game.

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

July 10, 2012

Game Rank

2933 points

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July 11, 2012

This is such a different little game and I love it. I'm stuck at the moment but am trying everything to get out of my little pickle - such a beautiful difference from the tedious HOG's where you don't have to think much at all and if you do, the hint button is just a second away.

Difficult, but a lot of fun!!
July 10, 2012

This game is a challenge, but if you stick to it, you will have a lot of fun. The hint system could be improved upon, but if you click the data button on Oscar the Robot there is a task list. Click the question marks to reveal what needs to be done! The graphics were great and I love the music. I loved it!!

Excellent Game
July 9, 2012

Though not a particular sci-fi fan, I've really found this to be an enjoyable. It's a welcomed departure from ghosts, lost loves and interminable HO scenes. The HO scenes in this game are nicely spaced and reward you with items neccesary for advancement. I like the artwork and the music is not an irritant. This game actually makes you think and use your reasoning powers, and that's refreshing. There are times when I just want to zone out and play something minimally challenging, but its nice to have a challenge every now and then. If you liked Tiny Bang, Green Moon, and games of that ilk, I think you will enjoy this game. It's a buy for me.

Great Game
July 9, 2012

When I first began the game I too felt lost as to, what to do, and where to go, I nearly backed out, but am so glad I didn't. This game, being different began to draw me in while trying to figure out how it works. I found the info. and hints are there, I just had to pay closer attention to everything. For me, I kept a close eye on the curser for any changes, clicked on everything, and checked on the data often. Eventually, just before the demo ended I had that ah ha! moment... I don't usually get into Sci-Fi much, but the graphics, voice overs and sounds are so good it held my interest, now I'm going to have to buy it. I'm totally sold on this game, just give it a little time, if you like a bit of challenge I think you'll have fun with it too.

Great New Game!
July 10, 2012

I loved it! I found it to be challenging at times, but really enjoyed it! The graphics were excellent. Well worth the money!!!

I Love This Game!
July 9, 2012

A Sci Fi HOPA game for adventurers and hard-core players who like a bit of challenge. This is one of those games that you will either love or hate. After the first 10 minutes, I loved it and went off to buy. Sci-Fi is a theme we dont get every day and I just could not resist cute little Oscar. Your first task is to assemble him by locatying his parts. Fron then on, Oscar the Robot is your companion, guide, hint and data holder. His voice is a bit irritating, but then again, he is a robot. The story is that your ship has crashed on a mysterious planet and both you and Oscar must find a way to escape. I Almost gave this game a 5 star game but unfortunately the graphics were just not up to standard. Although I really loved the artwork, the bright colors, graphics were a grainy and a bit blurry. SOund effects were amazing , if not a bit too loud but then again, we are in a spaceship and on a planet where things are not what they seem. There are no game modes available and you do have sparkles showing you points of interest. The HO scenes are junk-piled and non-interactive. You quest is to find parts, assemble them and search the planet with Oscar, who also provides you with a map and task list. There are mini-games to play and they were relatively easy to solve. Actually, the gameplay was easy and the challeng really is to find your way around. I expect a walk-through will be useful. Like I said, you will either love this or hate it. I recommend you try the demo to find out. I myself am off to join Oscar and continue onwards and awayyyyyy.

July 11, 2012

I rarely if ever buy these games...but this one was so different, I had no choice. It is difficult, you don't always know what the objects are for that you collect, but just use some brain power and you will find uses for everything. Look at things very closely and if you think you should be able to do something, the robot will respond!! There are no real hints, except for the HOG's. What I found was no hint given is a clue (nothing to do there!!) My only complaint would be that the game was too short. I finished it in just under three hours. The story line was kinda short, but I don't really care about that! LOVED IT!!!!

Loved it!
July 13, 2012

This is an awesome game! The graphics are spectacular and I really enjoyed the story line. Not only is this game an enjoyment to play, it's quite challenging. I enjoyed having to use my mind to get to the different levels. The robot is awesome and I loved the vibrant colors and graphic details! Way to go!

Reviews are all over the place. Do give this game a try.
July 9, 2012

This game doesn't exactly hold your hand. But there are hints and clues. Once you assemble the robot, you can click on "DATA" and you'll have tasks, a map and "data" available. The map shows where hidden object scenes are, as well as where you are but you can't use it to jump to another scene. No click penalties in the HOS. The hint button doesn't work outside of the HOS. Some of the hints are provided through what I'll call cut-away shots. They show you when something has changed in another area after you've completed a task. So, of course, you know you need to go there next. I think the game deserves a better rating than what it is being given, but as another reviewer said, "You'll either love it or hate it." For this game, I suggest actually leaving the tutorial on until it finishes. There are just enough things about this game that are different, that I think the tutorial makes game play better. Please try this game.

July 15, 2012

I just LOVED this GEM of a game! It did require some tickling of the ?Gray Matter? to get me going (What a thought)... but once I decided that defeat was NOT an option, I took on the task. What a terrific game: Unique?Not your run-of-the-mill game Oscar rocks as a super sidekick Refreshing alternative to ghosts and goblins and zombies Challenging and visually EXCITING (Fantastic colors and graphics) Mesmerizing Fun?I NEED to get off this planet Great mini-game play to accomplish required tasks Fun HOS for acquiring necessary tools and articles for MY survival This game has it all?one you?ll want to play over and over (as I did), and you WILL want to do this to appreciate the vibrant graphics and challenge of the game. I definitely felt I got my money's worth with this one. What a deal! ?Severe Incident? became MY real world for a time and swept me away! Kudos to Big Fish for finding this one!!! HAPPY GAMING P.S./ Just went to the game?s official website and saw that the developers put up a Walk Through for this game for those who may need a little guidance.

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