Look, I'd be entirely cool with a world that was in perpetual night. Of course, photosynthesis would break down, but assuming we had a work-around for that, I'd still all be for it. However, it's not so great in a sci-fi setting where there's all sorts of baddies to deal with. But that's where you find yourselves in S.H.E.O.L., a new cooperative sci-fi game that's up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
Sheol is a cooperative game, playable solo or up to 4 people, with an emphasis on storytelling and strategy. Sheol is set in a coherent universe where game mechanics and setting are deeply interconnected. It is organized in campaigns, in turn, subdivided into missions. In each mission, players will have to coordinate their efforts tactically to complete the objectives and defend the central game area (the Citadel) from the enemy invasion. The story will progress, mission after mission, allowing characters to discover the secrets of the Sheol’s world and unlock more items and skills.
The campaign is around halfway to its goal with 20 days left to go.