Survival games and Early Access go together like unfinished titles with an unsatisfying endgame and…Early Access, so it’s no surprise to see another one making a beeline for Steam’s pEarly gates. The Flame in the Flood is stylish, attractive, and features a dog sidekick, making it automatically more interesting than 99% of video games. The Molasses Flood’s game has been available (in unfinished form) to Kickstarter backers for a little while now, and soon it will be out for the rest of us via Steam Early Access.
September 24. That’s the date to scrawl into your diary, before tearing out each individual page and leaving them scattered in random places throughout your town. The Flame in the Flood is set on and around a fictional US river, and sees you scavenging and fighting wolves to survive. As you can notice the music is very nice from the trailer above.
What is it about?It is gorgeously atmospheric survival simulation game.It is roguelike survival game developed by The Molasses Flood company – it is a team of people previously working on Halo 2.Anyhow main story is about player truying to survive a river journey through the backwaters of a forgotten post-societal America.The only companion that the player will have will be a dog called Aesop, who can sense danger and fetch supplies. The player must pay attention to Scout’s needs such as her energy, thirst, and warmth, and not paying attention to them can result in death. Once the player dies, the death cannot be undone. There will be a crafting system allowing the payer to create new items. They will also need to scavenge areas for valuable items. Factors such as the weather will impact the gameplay. The player will be able to create insulated clothing to protect them from the cold.One of the developers referred to it as a “travelling survival game”.
I like how it sounds,music is nice also,so follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more details about this game when it hit the shelves.
- developer:The Molasses Flood
- publisher:The Molasses Flood
- date of release:24.september 2015
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