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About This Game

As the sole survivor of a distressed long-haul spaceship, you find yourself trapped within its falling apart remainings, struggling to maintain its vital functions
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Title: Drift Into Eternity
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Developer:
We Are Bots
Publisher:
We Are Bots
Release Date: 13 Dec, 2016


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Intel i3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: n


English



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Great base for hopefully an awesome game, i can already see possible custom scenarios and experiences just from playing 40 mins. Pretty simple at the moment, but looks better than most Early access and some triple A games.. Fun game, but definitely not for the faint of heart. The game doesn't hold your hand and it takes a little experimentation to understand how everything works. Nothing quite like your environmental controls going offline and on your way to fix them remember that you abandoned that deck of the ship to an out of control fire. Freeze to death or burn to death, ah choices.. So far so good 5 days down 22 to go https://youtu.be/XWjGwz1Y0U. I wasn't sure what to expect with this game as the trailer doesn't really say much about the game. The UI could use some improvements, and a brief tutorial would probably help, but overall it's pretty fun. I hope the developers continue to make improvements. The core gameplay is essentially fixing problems on the ship, researching new abilities/technologies, crafting upgrades, and maintaining your hunger, thirst, morale, and health. The upgrades and technologies do things like make your thirst or hunger decrease more slowly, making the med bays more effective, and even give you an option to land your spacecraft before the whole thing explodes. You load resources into the storage unit attached to the console (of which there are an abundance within the storage rooms throughout the ship) and kick off the research cycle. The ship is broken up into 5 levels (T-2, T-1, T0, T1, and T2. This could be vastly simplified by levels 1-5 as the first three games I played I thought there were only 3 levels and got lost a ton), each level having one or several functional bays: comms, medical, lab, water recycling, etc. Every time a day passes, one of these might break, new breaches might be ripped in the ship, fires might break out, etc. You risk injury by putting out fires, fixing leaks, and breathing poisonous gas which you must manage through medical items or the medbay. Each of these injuries, if left untreated, worsen every day. The weakest part of this game for me has been the way they handle the ending of each day. It feels like you're on the clock every day (maybe this was a design choice), but it completely pulls you out of the game at the end of every day to (ostensibly) save and then generate a daily report. The problem is that daily report is unclear and is lost in what looks like a chat log -- there's no clear way to scroll through it and there's rarely enough information for it to be useful (it will tell you there's a fire onboard, for instance, but it won't tell you where). The only thing you end up seeing are these icons sliding down on the left side of the screen, which you can't hover over or click on because there's no intuitive way to free the cursor. Some of these may be design choices, but most of them just feel sloppy. Overall, it's got some interesting intricacies, but it lacks polish.. Good ideas held back by bad ideas and implementation. And I hate that damned synth voiceover.. I wasn't sure what to expect with this game as the trailer doesn't really say much about the game. The UI could use some improvements, and a brief tutorial would probably help, but overall it's pretty fun. I hope the developers continue to make improvements. The core gameplay is essentially fixing problems on the ship, researching new abilities/technologies, crafting upgrades, and maintaining your hunger, thirst, morale, and health. The upgrades and technologies do things like make your thirst or hunger decrease more slowly, making the med bays more effective, and even give you an option to land your spacecraft before the whole thing explodes. You load resources into the storage unit attached to the console (of which there are an abundance within the storage rooms throughout the ship) and kick off the research cycle. The ship is broken up into 5 levels (T-2, T-1, T0, T1, and T2. This could be vastly simplified by levels 1-5 as the first three games I played I thought there were only 3 levels and got lost a ton), each level having one or several functional bays: comms, medical, lab, water recycling, etc. Every time a day passes, one of these might break, new breaches might be ripped in the ship, fires might break out, etc. You risk injury by putting out fires, fixing leaks, and breathing poisonous gas which you must manage through medical items or the medbay. Each of these injuries, if left untreated, worsen every day. The weakest part of this game for me has been the way they handle the ending of each day. It feels like you're on the clock every day (maybe this was a design choice), but it completely pulls you out of the game at the end of every day to (ostensibly) save and then generate a daily report. The problem is that daily report is unclear and is lost in what looks like a chat log -- there's no clear way to scroll through it and there's rarely enough information for it to be useful (it will tell you there's a fire onboard, for instance, but it won't tell you where). The only thing you end up seeing are these icons sliding down on the left side of the screen, which you can't hover over or click on because there's no intuitive way to free the cursor. Some of these may be design choices, but most of them just feel sloppy. Overall, it's got some interesting intricacies, but it lacks polish.. Walking around is stutter city, no atmosphere to talk about, the AI that talks to you has a very grating voice. Took several minutes minutes to laugh the game then load into it, even on an ssd. Then I left the game and it crashed.. I played this game for a couple hours during early access. The devs constantly update the game with new improvements to existing features and bug fixes. Although the game is a bit lacking in sound design and story, its gameplay is pretty good, and I found it entertaining. I'll give it another look after the full release to see how much they improve it. As it is, I recommend buying it if you like to challenge yourself. Surviving is hard, and the disastrous condition of the spaceship can cause a hectic experience in later days. I made an LP of it, and if you watch it just remember that the game version was much earlier than it is right now. There are a few glitches I find during recording, but these are already fixed in the current version. Give it a watch if you're interested! https://youtu.be/XZsZ3eiekSc. Good ideas held back by bad ideas and implementation. And I hate that damned synth voiceover.. Great base for hopefully an awesome game, i can already see possible custom scenarios and experiences just from playing 40 mins. Pretty simple at the moment, but looks better than most Early access and some triple A games.



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