The Unexplained Opus is a game about an alien invasion, and the plot follows the same themes as games like Spelunky, Dark Souls and other titles that deal with the horrors of the apocalypse.
In the Unexplaned Opus, the aliens have been given a form of artificial intelligence to help them navigate their way through the Earth, which is now home to millions of people.
As the aliens prepare to invade, they have no idea of how many humans have been displaced by the humans and the destruction that has taken place since they arrived.
The game was made by a group of students from the University of Melbourne and was funded by the Melbourne University Games Challenge, an annual competition to create games that can challenge the student body.
The team has said it has received support from the Melbourne Arts Council, but is also looking to the broader community to help fund future development.
“It’s very important for us to make sure the game is well received by as wide a range of people as possible,” the university said in a statement.
“I think this is one of those things where, if we get funding from the wider community, we’ll definitely be able to get more people involved.”
In the Unexpected opus there are no cutscenes, but the player is presented with a number of options.
The game also has a “fear of the unknown” option, which allows the player to make a decision on how to proceed.
The games creator said that his team had been “bitterly disappointed” with the competition, but had decided to continue on after the experience of the first UnexPlained Opuses.
“We’re excited about the game, and we’re definitely looking to work with the arts council to support further development of the game and the university,” he said.
“Hopefully, with the funding that we’ve received, we can make the next one really interesting.”