It is a point-and-click adventure game, and sometimes, that's enough to get excited about on its own. There are no glaring flaws in the design, but the game just feels like the victim of a don't-screw-up design mentality. Unfortunately, it's not enough for a game to not fail. It needs to grab the player in some way; it needs to stand out from the pack for some reason other than simply its unusual pedigree. The Immortals of Terra: A Perry Rhodan Adventure never offers a true reason to be invested in the missions at hand, nor in the universe of Perry Rhodan as a whole.