Alone in orbit with a corpse and no way to reach Earth, play as an astronaut who must keep a defunct space station aloft. Maintain the onboard systems, deal with the constant threat of space junk, and navigate the dark halls in zero-gravity. Day by day more systems fail, and the void draws closer.
- Release Date:6/13/2023
- Developer:Sorry Chair Productions
- Publisher:Sorry Chair Productions
- Last Updated:2/22/2024
- Steam App Id:2388520
Steam Charts, Stats, and Live Player Count
At the moment, Kessler Syndrome has 0 concurrent players online and in-game. This is 100% lower than its previous all-time peak of 5 players achieved on 6/14/2023.
Kessler Syndrome Review
Kessler Syndrome has achieved a Steambase Player Score of 50 / 100. This score is calculated from 30 total reviews on the Steam store — giving it a Mixed rating. These are split between 15 positive reviews, 15 negative reviews, and will be updated in real-time as more players leave their feedback.
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About Kessler Syndrome
It can be played and ran on Windows systems. At the moment, there is no confirmed information regarding Steam Deck support for this game.
According to Steam’s category system, Kessler Syndrome supports the following features:
From the Steam community, Kessler Syndrome has been tagged with the following user tags:
- Immersive Sim
- Free to Play
- Pixel Graphics
- Psychological Horror
- Space Sim
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