Christopher Nolan’s science fiction epic Interstellar is now a text-adventure. In preparation for the digital and DVD release of the film, the site has been changed over from the traditional film site to hosting a text adventure title called Interstellar. The text-adventure, browser based by played like a traditional parser IF, was written by executive producer Jordan Goldberg. It serves as a prequel to last years most divisive genre film.
A basic knowledge of Interstellar is probably necessary, but the game follows the journey of one of the twelve Lazarus astronauts. The Lazarus astronauts were the initial astronauts sent through the wormhole to find a new planet for the future of humanity. You play as one of these astronauts, having landed on a planet in the distant reaches of the galaxy — alone but with the company of one of the films rather peculiar robots.
The game is free and currently available to play in browser at the Interstellar website.