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Salt is a game about the journey, not the destination. Set sail across an infinite, procedurally generated world exploring uncharted islands, discovering mysterious places, hunting down pirate captains and bosses, going on epic quests, upgrading your ships, hunting and fishing for food, and looting hundreds of rare items throughout your adventure. Current Features Explore and Discover - Explore the sea and countless islands, discovering ancient ruins, cultists, merchants, and more. Complete Freedom - Pick a direction and go. Whether it's fighting, exploring, questing, hunting, or crafting, the choice is yours to experience the world the way you want. Adventure and Quests - Take on dangerous quests filled with bosses and secrets to earn rare loot and uncover lore. Gear Up - RPG-style loot system with item rarities and hundreds of weapons, armor, resources, and mysterious items. Procedurally-generated World - The world is limitless. Set sail on the ocean and explore an infinite amount of islands. Chart Your Adventure - Use in the in-game map to chart the islands you come across and make note of rare loot or places you discover! Customize your Ship - Discover huge ships and decorate them to make them your home at sea. Battle your Enemies - Fight pirates, bosses, and other enemies using a wide array of weapons. Hunting and Fishing - Hunt wildlife and fish the open seas for food and other resources. Seed based world generation - Start with a default seed to share your discoveries with the community. Everyone using the same seeds will be in identical worlds.
Release date
Oct 15, 2014
Lavaboots Studios
Lavaboots Studios
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or later
  • Processor: 2.0Ghz Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB video card with shader model 2.0
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
  • OS: Windows XP or later
  • Processor: 3.0Ghz Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024MB video card with shader model 3.0
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Salt reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review after 11 Hours Of Play--------------------------------------------overall Rating: 8/10 with a Tendency to The top! Eng: Great Game, i would write more but i think my English is not good enough. Sry. But there is one thing more to say. Everytime i start this game it feels like holidays;-) Ger: So I find it fascinating again and again how you can create such an ingenious Game with nu3 just under 300MB, which at the Moment is less by the Game content (Is still Erly Access), but rather by its simple Appearance. The Graphics are perfectly ok even if it might not meet to everyone's Taste. It's Fun to just drive out to the wide Sea and let the Soul get some Tremble, only to see this Island suddenly appearing on the Horizon, tear the Rudder around and Go on a discovery tour. When night breaks in and the Sunset dims the Light, you get the Feeling that a beautiful Day is coming to an end in the Caribbean, and when you finish the Game, it feels like the Holiday is over and the Worries of Everyday life break again. Crafting: Until jetz still relatively little in comparison to annexing Games, but is in The works and I say again is still in the Development Phase. That is why I am very excited to see what is yet to come. Combat System: Very Light! Is jetz not a Dark Souls, but it doesn't have to. The Game wants to take you to another World where you are Christopher Columbus, so to speak, and you should feel that way, and that makes it happen. Too complicated a combat System would be out of Place. Now to my Farzit: Graphic: 7/10 game fun: 9/10 (If you're not just into hardcore Action, probably more than italia 10) Replay Value for all COD Fans: 10/10 as there is the Possibility to have the World generated randomly. Size Of the Game world: 10/10 I say this Way, If you only play this game until the end of your life, you probably still haven't explored all the Islands of your very first Game Score! Control/Surface: Very simple The wars of me, until then;-)
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Early Access Review So, what can I say about Salt? I love it, but honestly I don't even know why. It's empty, there's little to do, the Opponents are always the Likes. And yet I find it hard to get away with it. The Positive Aspects: + The Developers! I can hardly praise it enough how much the Developers care about the Players. If you start a Discussion in the Community Hub, sooner or later a Developer will come forward to fix the Problem (unless you've behaved like a Toddler before.) + Huge World The World in Salt will continue to generate the further you sail. Always new Islands, none resembles the other, so the visit of each one is worthwhile in its own Way. + Simple's Crafting System While the Crafting system is still in Development, the Recipes for Weapons, Armor And tools are self-explanatory. Stones + Wood = Sword, Wood + Coal = torch, ... According to the Developers, it is still being refined, as there are no workbench tools anvil or The Like, for example. + Sailing Ships. Ok. Purely subjective Point. But I love Sailing Ships and the Models in the Game are simple but awesome. + Potatoes can also create the Game. I have a stone-old Laptop, which is why my Choice of Games is very limited. But Salt runs smoothly. The negative Aspects:-The Graphic Salt has a very downloaded Graphic, which will deter many Players and also put a lot of effort on myself at first. -The Voo The World of Salt is still too empty. There's still a lot to add as the Developers say sebst. But well, probably just a temporary Minus. -Specific Target Group You have to have a great fascination/have fun sailing in Order to enjoy the Game. If, as in AC4, you expect big Naval battles or fies-sneaky Assassinations, you will be disappointed. Sailing in Salt is a Necessity that should be Fun for you, as it takes about 70% of The Game time (ES GIBT NO SCHNELLREISE.) Summary: Salt is Fun when you have Fun by the Sea and Sailing. If you can't do anything with the two Things, you should let your Fingers off the Game.
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