Have you ever dreamed about science?

The Antarctic base of the interplanetary teleporter overwhelmed with chaos. Three heroes, each with different skills, game goal and script. Intelligent riddles and puzzles, all in a retro-future atmosphere of ’70s in alternative reality.


Trisect is an engineering adventure survival FPP game (fight for survival in a highly industrialized environment, consisting in dealing with threats using knowledge). It allows you to play one of three characters and from a unique perspective to experience the history of the disaster of the portal connecting Earth with Mars.

On his way, the player will have to face a number of puzzles, mainly based on the skills of logical thinking and deduction, but also using the basic knowledge in the fields of physics, chemistry and mathematics.

Each character has their individual skills, features, control system and perception of reality (different interaction with the environment).


Trisect will take you into the world of an alternative vision of the 70’s, in which World War II never took place. Humanity instead into armaments, invested time and energy in the development of new inventions. Cold fusion, brain transplantation, and teleportation are no novum, while Bee Gees are on top of charts, and bells pants and bushy sideburns are up-to-the-minute.

Inside scientific-industrial complex erected in Antarctica, you will take a fascinating journey through the maze of futuristic laboratories, industrial halls, offices and residential apartments.

You will play as sharp nanophysicist who will have to survive by building incredible machines, breaking into computers, operating various robots, synthesizing deadly chemicals and carrying out fascinating scientific experiments.

In the background of the events, three rival corporations fight for power over the world, the biologized system of the base seeks its own existence, and an unsuccessful experiment threatens the emergence of the Black Hole.

Main characters

Work in progress screenshots

Project status

The project was suspended due to lack of funding.