It'd be nice if traps were reusable. I see no reason why they shouldn't be. Also, throwing stones are essentially pointless. You have to be right up next to the animal for it to even hit, and even then, it stuns them no more than hitting them with the stick, which is equal to the stones in damage anyway.
The Wild Eight
A downloadable game for Windows
The game tells the story of eight people whose everyday lives are forever changed after a horrific plane crash. They now find themselves stranded in the middle of nowhere, deep in the forests of Alaska. Welcome to a world without civilization, where you and the other survivors are at the mercy of nature — and wild animals starved by the cold!
While the survivors await rescue, their lives are threatened by a number of mysterious entities, unseen creatures and objects that definitely don't belong in this world. And the deeper you go, the harder it gets to survive. Through the storyline you'll desperately try to reach help on the radio, but no one'll answer you. Something is wrong here. In here is no room for mistakes: if you went hunting but forgot to cut some wood for the fire before nightfall, you're dead. If you didn't have time to cook your meat, you might have to eat it raw — and if you don't have medicine, you'll surely die from food poisoning. To stay alive, you'll need to scavenge and craft like a pro.
You can play The Wild Eight on your own, but the game fully opens up in co-op mode. Other players are your only backup — either by sharing resources or covering your back! Even if you were mauled by wolves and "you died" appears onscreen, your teammate can still resuscitate you with a defibrillator (which are very rare to find, by the way).
- Release Date: December 2016 (Steam)
- Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Japanese
- Platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
You can now pre-order The Wild Eight on Indiegogo InDemand
|Published||253 days ago|
|Tags||Action RPG, Co-op, low-poly, Mystery, Survival, unity|
|Average duration||About an hour|
|Languages||English, Spanish; Castilian, French, Japanese, Russian|
|Accessibility||Subtitles, Interactive tutorial|
|Player count||1 - 8|
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Дикий восемь - СУРОВОЕ ВЫЖИВАНИЕ
ПОДПИШИСЬ И ПОСТАВЬ ЛАЙК ОБЕЗАТЕЛЬНо ПОЖАЛУСТА.АТМОСФЕРНАЯ ИГРА
ПОДПИШИСЬ И ПОСТАВЬ ЛАЙК ОБЕЗАТЕЛЬНо ПОЖАЛУСТА.АТМОСФЕРНАЯ ИГРА ПОСТОЯННЫЙ ХОЛОД, ЖУТКИЙ ГОЛОД НАБЕГИ И МОНСТРОВ,СТРАШНАЯ И ЗАТЯГИВАЮЩАЯ ИГРА ЗАХОДИ НЕПОЖЕЛЕЕШЬ
ПОДПИШИСЬ И ПОСТАВЬ ЛАЙК ОБЕЗАТЕЛЬНо ПОЖАЛУСТА ЕСЛИ СМЕЛЫЙ ЗАХОДИ!!! Выживание в суровых условиях тайги нападение диких животных нехватка еды и сильные морозы все это ждет тебя здесь
Hey there was a survival horror game from a few years back (I forgot what it was called) that was in top down. It had a cone of vision mechanic that would let you see under trees and stuff the cone was shined on. Then at night without any light you could only see with the cone. You should add that mechanic to the game. It would make it quicker and easier to pick up items under trees, and make torches more valuable at night. You could also make it so the cone can be increased in your upgrade tree, and have it shorten at low health and low heat. As for multiplayer you could do 1 of 3 things with it. You could make it so you can't see other player's cones at all, or make it so you can see their cones but not see under trees with them, or you could also make it so you can see their cones and see under trees with them. I think this is a really good top down game mechanic that you should include in the game.
Josgo muito bom, com estilocraficos é jogabilidade otimas!
I absolutely love this game so far, and cannot wait for the full thing. I keep dying, but yeah, still love it. Did a little playthrough, and here is the first video.
Жду с не терпением выхода игры!
This looks so amazing. Can't wait when it comes out.
any possibility you can get this to mac pls, looks so cool but i only have mac
This seems like a cool game, I have preordered it
will it be free when the final product is finished
Except for the wolf's pathfinding and me not knowing what to do about the wolf, had it not gotten stuck, this is extremely impressive :)