Recovery Search and Rescue Simulation
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
As a new recruit to Rescue Team One, you’ll need to use your expert tracking skills to locate a variety of important objects and missing persons who have stumbled into the harsh dangers of your national park.
Whether you’re following the trail of a journalist looking for the thrill of adventure or locating some misplaced pharmaceuticals to save someone’s life, your skills are paramount for the safety of your visitors.
Set across a lush forestland, you’ll need to be cautious when coming across some of nature’s most dangerous obstacles including tar pits and deep chasms.
A massive map full of trees, natural dangers and man-made structures such as forts, statues and memorials
Find clues to help track important objects and missing persons
Use the S.A.R bike to travel across the vast map
Make up your own missions with the in-built mission editor
Track during the day and night
Radio for HQ support if you’re struggling to find items
Evacuate injured persons by calling in the S.A.R helicopter
Hilariously Bad, So Bad that its Good. Or is it?Sciazs | Jan. 20, 2014 | See all Sciazs's reviews »
Ahhh Simulation games. You are like a massive car boot sale. You can plough through so much junk and amongst all of them, you will find a few gems if you're lucky. Recovery Search and Rescue Simulation is that one find you get in a car boot sale where you're not so sure about anything. At all. The game is exactly as titled (as with all other simulation games) where you play as a new recruit as part of a Search, Rescue and Recovery team to locate valuable objects and/or missing persons. The game's aesthetics are one of worst I've ever seen in a game for the past 5 years and the dialogue is so bad at times that you just have to laugh and think that its somewhat intentional. Look past all of that and you still get a dull and mundane game. Not quite your Euro-truck simulator.