A post-apocalyptic pixelart thriller, with an engaging storyline and cast.
Don’t Escape: 4 Days in a Wasteland is an indie adventure game made by scriptwelder and published by Armor Games Studios. Players must figure out a way to properly fortify their home against each night’s new danger, as they learn the truth behind the apocalypse and search for a way to safety, if one exists. Following a bizarre cataclysmic event that cracked the moon in half, the Earth is struggling with the environmental fallout. Everything is already dead or dying… except you. Or so you think. Don’t Escape: 4 Days in a Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic thriller from veteran developer Scriptwelder, creator of the popular horror series Deep Sleep and Don’t Escape.
|Release Date: 11 Mar, 2019|
Publisher: Armor Games Studios
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Don’t Escape: 4 Days in a Wasteland
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|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- A classic pixelart aesthetic and creepy atmosphere from a veteran of horror and thrillers.
- A post-apocalyptic thriller, with an engaging storyline and cast.
- Logical puzzles and exploration to challenge players without frustrating them.
- Moody and engrossing original musicial score.
- Time mechanics; certain actions advance the clock in a race against time.
- Multiple variations for each chapter mean multiple playthroughs with new content.
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Don’t Escape: 4 Days in a Wasteland Review
Don't Escape: 4 Days in a Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic pixelart thriller, with an engaging storyline and cast. Survive through four days at the end of the world where your choices could keep you alive... or not. The game is made by Poland-based developer Scriptwelder is a well known creator of creepy web-based games, perhaps the most iconic of which is the Deep Sleep series, which has won multiple awards and been played by millions all around the world. Players will journey alongside David, a lone survivor after the end of the world, who finds himself having prophetic dreams... or nightmares. Each chapter of the game has multiple potential variations to encounter, from poisonous fog or spiders to a gang of murderous thugs or a deadly heat wave, and as a result, you'll need to adjust your strategy on different playthroughs. But you don't have forever. Certain actions advance the in-game clock, and you'll need to complete your preparations to (hopefully) stay alive before night falls. If you enjoyed the first three Don't Escape games, especially the second one, I am highly confident saying that you will enjoy this one and see it as a sequel worthy of its series' name.