The one who said that a combination of thunder storms and sea rocks is the worst thing that can happen to sailors, clearly didn't have to survive one. The real deal starts the morning after, and this is the exact time when you, dear player, enter the cruel world of Out of Reach.Read full description
Survive as a castaway
The one who said that a combination of thunder storms and sea rocks is the worst thing that can happen to sailors, clearly didn't have to survive one. The real deal starts the morning after, and this is the exact time when you, dear player, enter the cruel world of Out of Reach.
Fight the hunger
The first enemy to encounter after surviving the storm will be your own body. Even the tropical forests have rainy days and cold nights... at least for a castaway in shorts. Searching for a shelter to stay overnight could be almost as essential as finding food before someone considers you as something to eat.
Deal with inhabitants
Although the archipelago was considered deserted before ships started to crash into sea rocks nearby, every kind of area on the island has its natural inhabitants who just don't give a warm welcome. Thinking twice every time before moving ahead could be one of the smartest things to do.
Explore the Unknown
Staying on a beach after your boat crashed allows you to hunt for slowly moving animals and gives the ability to see at long distances. Disadvantage - you can be seen from exactly the same distance and there always might be someone to call you his own slow-moving food.
Before being able to find your first wooden settlement, you will need to stay constantly on the move, hunt and avoid being hunted at the same time. Getting to know the nearest neighbourhood could be your first step to stop looking like a bait. In Out of Reach, you are put into diverse environments of jungle, desert, plain, mountains and forest. Due to the constantly changing weather and surrounding under players' influence and interaction you need to travel across the land in search of a minute of peace or gather enough resources to build a boat and find home on other parts of the archipelago.
In order to stay on the top of the food chain, you need to work harder than others. Everything starts from finding certain resources. Chop trees, mine stone, gather flax and food. Equip yourself and start searching for more sophisticated materials like copper and tin to produce bronze and other alloys.
Use a variety of workshops, furnaces and tools to craft armour and weapons. Check which combination of gear has better performance and suits your game style best. Upgrade equipment using new resources or items obtained in battle. Store, collect or trade your stuff with other players!
Looking for a place to store your timber or a quiet and cosy room to forge a sword and tan a skin of an elephant? Build your own stronghold! Use dozens of building elements like walls, stairs and floors to assemble the house of your dreams in an environment of your choice... or just take control of one.
The best solutions to problems are most often invented during battles. Everyday life on islands full of castaways is not an exception. To successfully protect your territory or gain control of a new one, you will need the advantage.
Ballista: The greater the distance, the safer you are. Ballista may be slow to load and unable to move but the ability to pierce a target with a 1,5m dart few hundred meters away in no time shouldn't be underestimated.
Trebuchet: Unusual situations require extraordinary solutions. When an axe doesn't help or doors are just too thick it's time for a trebuchet. Construction costs both time and resources but nothing surprises like a forced entry through a wall.
Traps: Well, there's actually one thing that surprises more - a tricky and deadly trap! Use trip wires at the doors, stairs or wherever you want, connect them with ballistae or boulder throwers, place a bait and wait for the unwelcome guests.
Gliders: When everything fails, you might consider an attack from above. Construct a tower, install a launcher ramp and take off on a glider to bomb enemies bases, get through walls or just take a look with a different perspective.
It's ok for an early release but does need a lot of work with the graphics, gameplay and animation. There seems to be a bug when exiting the game it crashes every time. I'm sure that will be fixed in future updates. Certainly wouldn't recommend it for the price, it's not worth 15 bucks for the stage it's at right now. If the price was dropped to 5 bucks then I would recommend it.
I was so happy when I got this game, so graphics aren't the best but heck its awesome. I love survival games and this one I actually died quite often. The hunger and hydration are difficult though it has some epic mechanics and things to build. I started as a scavenger and turned into a decent player. Hopefully it gains a single player since multiplayer is kinda weird and resources run out.
Out of Reach is a survival crafting game with MMO elements ,it has few things are different from the rest of the survival games out there , the building system is deeper and you can do more things with it than any other game, you can build ballistas and other siege weapons as well as fire them , you can hunt animals and you can raid other people's bases and burn them , it has a deeper inventory system with better management overall , it is still in early access however and still got glitches and bugs. You also go scavenging and gather resources to build with and craft weapons, armor pieces and war machines like trebuchets, fortifications go a long way in this game and it is very neat and well done ,graphics are decent and do the job with cool day and night cycles and fog effects , animations however are horrible and desperately need fixing starting from movement to attacking and blocking, you'll encounter few bugs here and there but it is after all an Early Access title.
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