This is johns.game, a Wasteland Survival Game.
You are here on Naben, a cold desert wasteland full of criminal activity, death, and loneliness. With your wife Mary, and your son Jason dead from the attack on your arrival ship from commercial station 219. After fighting off the people who killed your only family you find yourself having nothing left but the two hands in front of you.
The game is moderately complicated and involves a lot of thought. There are real world aspects (for example, lighting a fire using fire, breaking a snowman gives you snow, etc.) for a slightly more realistic tone. This game is pretty community driven in the sense that if you want something you just ask.
Trek through the wild yonder of the Baron Desert, a lonely and deadly place no person with a right mind would ever want to stay.
Talk to the people of the wasteland to find out more of the people who live on the planet of no escape.
Use your personal life to work your way through the world helping people or abandoning them.
Some features that have batteries included:
johns.game is a title that needs a lot of work to give it a more positive review, I tried not to be too harsh because it's a single man project and I costs almost nothing but sadly there are a lot of bugs to iron out before you will fully enjoy the game. NPC can get stuck or disappear altogether. Not to mention gameplay is not properly explained. Wait before it will be polished.
No, seriously. You're going to need a lot of patience to get through this one. From a graphical lens this game looks like it was whipped up in less than a day. The sprites look uninspired and just plain bland. On top of this, there are many easily noticeable bugs that you will come across, not limited to NPCs getting stuck in objects and stuttering music. I won't completely butcher this game because the developer is still working on improvements and it seems to be going in the right direction, but it needs a lot of work to become anything that I'd spend more time with.
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