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Breathedge. Subnautica in space meets Monty Python.


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Picked this up earlier and to my surprise there were no threads on it :sherlock:





Breathedge is yet another survival game but it doesn't take itself seriously, at all. If you enjoyed Subnautica then this is a safe buy.


A massive space hearse suffers a wreck in the deep space, leaving the area filled with debris, coffins, dead passengers and yourself. Survive in this interstellar dump, uncover a global conspiracy, save the princess and don’t break your fingers while tapping the keyboard as you travel around the world. It took a long time for our ancestors to develop because they had no duct tape. You have it and you know how to use it. With this magical artifact, you can create a vast variety of useless objects and throw them out the airlock! There are also many useful items to be created, but be careful as this may result in completing the game. When all the people around you just hover around in the vacuum doing nothing but playing dead, various tools and gears will help you become the worst noisy neighbor ever. Create a unique space station, provide it with oxygen and electricity, install all kinds of equipment from solar panels to hamster farm, and turn it into a real bachelor pad by stuffing it with furniture mixed with all kind of junk.


Surviving in space is fun, and surviving with a story is even more fun because you can just skip it all to annoy the scriptwriters! Breathedge offers you an intriguing plot with lots of dark jokes, cynical dialogues, an immortal chicken, a mad enemy, as well as badly animated cutscenes and other features of an excellent game. -GOG






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6 minutes ago, Alan Stock said:

Interested, can you give us some of your impressions?


I've only clocked in a few hours since I'm playing RE2 at the moment, but the gameplay is the same as Subnautica. Gather resources and blueprints, build, complete puzzles in a hostile environment. The biggest difference is that this game can be funny at times, its full of satire and I've had more than one chuckle. The steam reviews are overwhelmingly positive.

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