Subject Five
Developer(s) (needs a home)
Publisher(s) Logo
Platform(s) PC, Playstation 4, XBox 1, (developer's console)
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Age Rating(s)
Genre(s) Platformer, Puzzle
Media Included (Console) Optical Disk
Subject Five is an original game created by this sadsack. In this game, the main character Ross Adran searches across his home planet for his father. This game is both a platforming and puzzle game set in third person, which certainly leads to some interesting gameplay.


The first cutscene shows a high-tech flying ambulance-like vehicle with a pod paned with see-through material built into the back flying through a far-future extremely tall city. The vehicle stops at ground level at a small home, where the driver gets out of the vehicle, opens the pod containing an unconscious Ross, and knocks on the door. After a short bit of dialogue with the woman living there, Ross is deposited in a bed in an inner room in the house.

This is where the first bit of gameplay starts. The player must navigate through the house and find Pack-R (a robotic backpack) and the PackPDA (an almost smartphone-like device mounted on a glove) without being caught doing anything abnormal (such as looking around for the two things you're trying to find). The PackPDA can be found in the guest bedroom closet, leading the player to Pack-R in a hidden room behind a bookcase in the lounge. A keycode is needed to open the bookcase and the number can be found on the woman's (who insists to be called Mom) comms device.

Once the bookcase is opened, a cutscene starts between Pack-R and Ross as Ross dons Pack-R. In the cutscene, Pack-R mentions that he had "a previous account" saved on his drives. As Ross begins to put 2 and 2 together, Pack-R politely butts in and asks Ross to make a profile. After this comes a sequence where the player must hit certain buttons on the controller to complete the steps of profile creation.