Elster is our protagonist, and the German designers like to enact bird names in their anime horror. Because there is a pecking order among themselves in this future scenario, and each of these human androids has different abilities and traits. Magpie is not, as one might expect, a thief. Her spaceship is gone, and the dark hallways are dotted with zombified replicants.
Retro-Horrorsignaled draws heavily on the original PlayStation's minimalist design and thoughtful attention to detail. Stupidly, mutated replicants keep lurking there, accompanied by a scratchy industrial rumble. If you discover a disposable stun gun along the way, take it away.
Magpie is always looking for puzzle answers and story snippets. Documents and notes may be seen at any time in the archive if you find them. There are also subpages that contain the archive, as well as a status screen, Elster's radio, and the inventory, which includes the crafting capability for objects. At the same time, there are no options such as "save object" in the puzzle or a practical note function.