Debutante is a original game by Exotoro. The game revolves around a upper-class girl who wants to leave her family to head to space and find the center of the universe, where she believes her mother is located. It was originally released on the Jem Mecha on February 16, 20XZ and re released on The V² on May 14, 20YA.
A unnamed upper-class girl (named Debutante by some fans) wants to know what happened to her mother. Her father tells her that she's long gone now, but Debutante doesn't believe that as she finds hints that her mother is alive and is stationed in the center of the universe. She manages to sneak into a space facility and finds a functioning rocket, and manages to steer the thing with no idea how to use it. She exits the planet and heads into space. The game gives you no tutorial on how to use the ship, so you must figure out all it's functions yourself.
As she goes further into the universe, things start to get a little abstract as things called the "KRST" begin to hunt her down.
Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow.
When you approach the center of the universe, the KRST will stop attacking you. You can still attack them and they'll fight back, but they will stop attacking you on sight. When you finally enter the center, you will come across a beat up space station called "The Dome".
Inside the Dome you will find a woman. The girl will ask the woman what her name is, and she will respond with "Spira". The girl asks if she is her daughter, and Spira says "yes". She says it's been nearly four billion years since she had the girl, and she's so surprised she's so young. She says that the human race has changed a lot in the past billion years, nodding to a wandering KRST. The game ends with the two leaving the dome together as Spira drills open a new set of universes.
Players take the role of the girl with a spacecraft, allowing them to explore the surface of numerous planets and interact with the flora and fauna, and take to space, engaging in combat with hostile forces and travel to other planets.
The game is 3D, with the ability to switch to a first or third person angle. There are two elements to the gameplay: traveling in space and traveling on land.
In space, there are a variety of different planets you can find. You'll want to go to planets so you can refuel your ship, find better weapons, or find healing supplies. Your ship can fire in space, but it's not going to be very spot on unless you upgrade it. You'll also want to boost your ships speed.
In space you need to account for staying out of dangerous areas that are known for having black holes or asteroid belts. There is also abstract creatures that live in space that can have negative or positive effects. Space gameplay is still in third/first person; think of driving a car when using the ship. You can lower or raise the ship using the controls on the ship, but driving the ship is generally smooth.
Worlds are randomly generated, with a variety of creatures, minerals, and conditions. One might find themselves on a planet made out of diamond, with thin creatures extending out of the ground to take in the harsh radiation rays, while another might find themselves on a planet made entirely out of floating stones and a imprisoned god. One thing is not quite so random; the KRST. The KRST are robotic robots that use crystal shelling to protect themselves, and they seeming to be guarding the center of the galaxy. They are the toughest enemies in the game.
A very basic creature that is similar to a common plant. Instead of sunlight, they adsorb radiation, which makes them grow in every crevice of the planet like Kudzu. If too many are defeated and the gravity isn't strong enough, the planet will collapse.
These creatures are made of blades of grass and use wind magic to build themselves up from grass blades. They have a blinking red core inside of them that must be defeated. They can seriously damage your ship if they are allowed to get close to it.
These creatures are made of green noxious gas. They float around, waiting to pop so they can spread noxious spores. They can be avoided or popped, but if you pop them you might want to stand way back.
Hand of a Artist
These creatures are made of a strange compound of coal and a unknown element. They draw in the air, making strange shapes. If they are under attack, they'll start drawing themselves, making clones.
Paper thin monsters that can fit practically anywhere and get blown in the wind easily. They aren't much of a threat but they can uncoil and fit around your neck.
Creatures made of floating ink. They can go inside your mouth and destroy you from the inside, as they are made out of ink and can turn themselves into liquid.
These creatures drop a bunch of blue worms that will burrow underground. They are pretty harmless and you really won't gain much aside from stopping the blue worms from spawning.
These slimy floaters will bite at anything in their way, so you either want to get out of their way or hit them with something that will make them burn up, like a fire tipped arrow. They'll absorb anything shot or hit at them.
A happy little guy that loves to carry boxes. He's powered by water and he follows you everywhere if possible. He's pretty harmless and can be kind of helpless.
Creatures made of thin fibers that can expand themselves to glide in the wind. They can also expand around you too, which create a netting effect. They feed off radiation as well, so like the Spindleweed, they grow very fast.
A floating mass of red and grey needles. Prickly to the touch, and their needles will stay inside you and poison your internal organs.
A gigantic worm creature. Planted by the Phazorps, these little worms grow into gigantic sizes, which are a huge threat as they can take lots of damage and dish out even more. They'll also crush your ship given the chance.
A creature that floats around with a nasty wiggling sac of sorts below it. If you hit this sac, the creature explodes and releases thousands of red shards that hurt a lot, with poisoning effects.
A ghostly thing covered in flesh that resembles a man's face. He tells you that he wants you to come home, that he has a teleporter ready for you... he will lie to you. He wants to trap you and steal your skin.
These are strange masses of rock with mouths that float around on planets, and they seem not to be native to any planets. It is unknown what sent these strange robots, but watch out!
A floating mass of stone with a strange sigil marked into it. It opens up it's mouth to incinerate any eggs it comes across.
A floating mass of stone with a strange sigil marked into it. The X will open up and put you inside itself, incinerating you.
A crystal guarded by a black serpent thing that can activate the crystal to fire lasers when it sees you. You will need to quickly deactivate it if you want to get out alive or before it sends in recruitments.
These creatures appear on more abstract planet surfaces. It's hard exactly to tell what they're made of or how they evolved into this; all we know is that they exist.
You can trade with these friendly abstract creatures; they have no sense of value so trading with them is almost key as you can trade junk for rare items they might carry.
These things only transmit objects to the nearest other Dreambok, which can come in handy for when you're low on fuel.
Can see good potential routes to get you closer to the center of the universe in exchange for Dark Matter.
These things live in space, and they live off "fencing" other ships. Taking their fuel via their pointy, sword like beaks, not many challenge them even though they're incredibly fragile everywhere but the beak.
Crossing paths with these thing will send you into a warp hole to another part of the universe; perhaps closer to the center of the universe, perhaps further. It's not worth the risk.
An abstract being made of tiles. You'll want to find a way past him before he senses you and starts throwing tiles at you, which can be deflected but will take off some defense.
Known as the tumors of the universe, the GLinn eat away at anything that comes across their paths. They beat like hearts. Freaky...
Fast alien creatures that can breathe in space. They like to ram into ships and steal parts.
If you bump into these guys, they will summon high level creatures to attack you. They appear to be corrupted Sight Seers, judging by their bleeding eyes and dirtier look.
Marked with a strange symbol, this always produces rocket fuel. It jumps around fast but it's movement is minimal.
Marked with a strange symbol, this always produces dark matter for the ship. It floats around and comes close to you as you approach it.
Marked with a strange symbol, this always produces subspace material for the ship. It hops around on the group and when it finds a ceiling, it hops and reverses it's gravity.
Marked with a strange symbol, this always produces an low level creature. This stays stationary.
The first of the KRST you'll encounter. Outfitted with sharp ends for hands, this KRST runs towards you and leaps to incapacitate you. They only focus on you, and they'll reflect light attacks. To defeat them, you'll need to either smash them with something hard or manage to defeat a previous one and taking a relatively undamaged limb to pierce through them.
The second KRST you'll encounter. Outfitted with a sword for one hand and a simple crystalline structure for the other, they'll tower over you and attempt to smash you with their sword hand. To defeat them, you'll need to either smash them with something hard or manage to defeat a previous one and taking a relatively undamaged limb to pierce through them.
The third KRST you'll encounter. With four arms at a bow, these towering woman-like crystal people will snipe at you from miles away. You'll need to detect those arrows and figure out where they're coming from, otherwise your corpse will be filled with glimmering crystal arrows.