Sneak, climb, and pounce your way through a dynamic, ever-changing ecosystem of predators and prey.
Rain World is a 16-bit survival platformer developed by Videocult and published by Adult Swim Games. Separated from family slugcat must hunt for food and shelter between terrifying torrential downpours that threaten to drown all life. Each ravenous foe in your path will be cunning, vicious and always on the hunt – eager to sink their teeth into you, or even each other. Inspired by the simplicity and aesthetics of 16-bit classics, this survival platformer requires fast-paced sneaking, both upon your own prey and past the jaws of hungry predators. Climb through the ruins of an ancient civilization, evade the jaws of vicious predators, and discover new lands teeming with strange creatures and buried mysteries. Find your family before death finds you!
|Release Date: 28 March, 2017|
Publisher: Adult Swim Games
Genre: Adventure, Indie, Platform
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- Sneak, climb, and pounce your way through a dynamic, ever-changing ecosystem of predators and prey
- Intense, primal predator encounters will challenge your reflexes
- Explore a vast world of over 1600 rooms, spanning 12 diverse regions filled with ancient secrets and undiscovered dangers
- Limited resources and the constant, impending threat of rain will test your nerve
- Nimble movements and procedurally generated animation gives slugcat a natural fluidity of movement and unique sense of weight
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Rain World Review
Rain World places you at a low rung on a diverse food chain, and challenges you to survive in a savage ecosystem in which most everything is out to get you. As a small, soft slugcat you must to rely on stealth and wit rather than force: learn the ecosystem and turn their strengths to your advantage. The cryptic mechanics and brutalizing design of Rain World are not for the faint of heart nor those with the lack of time and patience to slowly approach its sprawling labyrinthine maps and expect to do it one death at a time for hours upon hours. Also the music is amazing especially when you're being attacked and the closer an enemy is to you the more intense the music is. The game is not that hard, it just requires an entirely different approach from what you’re probably accustomed to, think on how the Oddworld series or Alien: Isolation works, if you liked those games you will love Rain World.