FROSTBITE: Deadly Climate

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A lone Arctic Biologist ends up getting lost in a sudden snow storm and must take refuge in an arctic research base simply called Base 75. However, the base has no power (meaning no heat) and what’s worse it is clear he is not alone in Base 75. Frostbite: Deadly Climate is a First-Person Survival-Horror game that takes heavy inspiration from John Carpenter’s The Thing in Setting/Story with gameplay similar to Resident Evil 7. Along with a heavy focus on Atmospheric/Psychological Horror over Cheap/Mindless Jumpscares. Taking place in an arctic setting, players must watch their body temperature as it will slowly drain throughout. As the body temperature decreases the player will notice some negative effects and will even loose health if their body temp is at 0%. Game Features Exploration, Item Management, Puzzles, and Combat is the primary gameplay. an Area Temperature system that can be affected by the players actions and in return affects the player character’s body temperature. 4 Difficulty Modes (Easy, Normal, Hard, and Nightmare). a Resident Evil inspired Save System that requires an item to save your game. a Silent Hill inspired Map system that marks open/lock doors and presents your current objective. And much, much more.
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Release date
Jul 22, 2018
Developer
Alex Olinkiewicz
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Alex Olinkiewicz
Age rating
Not rated
System requirements for PC
Minimum:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 or later (64-Bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz (4 CPUs) or later
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GT 740 or later
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo
Recommended:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
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Frostbyte: deadly climate is at least an indie game, since developed by one person. If we put this point of view, then the work is more than correct since the game is relatively well finished and the references are indeed there. The thing and resident evil for the influences assumed, chewable from a bit of Silent Hill for the "fog" side and "I advance to the blind by meeting closed doors". In the end, do not move our fun since the game is free. Hard to say if it is an early access that does not say its name, and that will benefit from a big update by passing paying. Findable between an hour and three, for the dumbest like me, the game reserves first of all for fans of hardcore trip. Indeed, my skill being absent for years, even in easy, I have shed. The fault of this cold gauge (already met, among others, in lost planet or dead space 3 to a very lesser extent) that goes down relatively quickly, even when you are inside or in the menus. The backups are limited, as are the items, even if digging well it passes. The mechanics are not unpleasant and plan a great help. Rest of the hitboxes a little random and a weapon feeling in hand not foufou, but overall it is an encouraging work, which is done with a milking without displeasure. Not a scoring game, but a good first draft, hoping that the developer can have the means of his ambitions in the future.
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FREE "FROSTBITE: Deadly Climate" is a First-Person Survival horror Game. Strange is Taking precedence on a Polar Station in the eternal Ice. The Station's Crew has turned into frozen, aggressive Monsters. We are apparently the last and only survivor and must somehow try to escape from the predicament and perhaps also to gather some Information about the Events on the side. Stupid only that the central Power Supply has also failed. As a result, it is not only stockduster, but the Residual temperature in the Indoor areas is constantly striving below zero, especially if we should leave the Doors open or even damage a Window. This likes to happen when we miss an Ice Monster with one of our classic Weapons. We always have to pay attention to our Temperature and our Health. While there are Potions that warm and heal us, these are as limited as the Ammunition for our Weapons. There are many Cabinets that can be opened and often we also find something Useful, sometimes a Note or an ID that tells us more about the Residents of the Station before the Disaster. We can only store when we have found Clay Coils, which we then have to place in a Recording Device. Still, the Game doesn't really get heavy. If we line up reasonably cleverly and don't spend too long in the Cold, the Game can be done in half to three-quarters of an Hour. There is a Clear case for the successful Atmosphere that one would have liked to continue playing after the End. The Setting is right, so is the Basic Structure. On this Basis, you could easily create a bigger Game that can be measured with Games from the big Studios. But with a gifted Gaul, you shouldn't pay attention to the Running Length. Rather, one should be happy to be able to play such a successful little game just like that for lukewarm. Rating: 8/10 Atmosphere 8/10 Story 7/10 Graphic 8/10 Sound 7/10 Game Mechanics 7/10 Balancing 8/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Frosty Fear-Pleasure for free. 8/10 Overall Rating
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