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TheKiddy
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Grizzly Project [Steam Greenlight]

by TheKiddy Mon Mar 21, 2016 2:02 pm

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The game is now on GreenLight.

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If you liked this game, you can support us!

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=649079560

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Introduction:

The game takes place in a Western Canada. Our protagonist got a call from his sister, asking him to visit her as soon as possible.

Gameplay:

The gameplay is divided into two parts:

- The first part consists of exploration of protagonist's house in search of supplies that might come useful in your journey and packing up for the trip. You must choose the items wisely because they will be vital for your survival.
- The second and the main part of the game puts you alone in the wilderness. You must utilize all the items you've packed up for the trip in order to survive, gather additional supplies and vehicle parts to repair your car, while trying your best not to get caught by a roaming grizzly bear.

The game offers you a variety of tactics, based on a set of items you've got in the beginning.

Success depends on the set of items the player picked in the first part of the game, as well as on his/her actions in the second one.

The game has a really realistic approach to the survival mechanics. There is no mysticism or cliched horror movie creatures here. The player experiences the situations which are likely to occur in real life.

Trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4_hJYFbODk

Screenshots:

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Anapan
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Re: Grizzly Project [Steam Greenlight]

by Anapan Wed Mar 30, 2016 5:25 am

The Long Dark was fun because survival horror games with limited stash had never been done quite like that - starting a fire with almost nothing was awesome when the wolves started approaching and you were so close to the next stash.
The latest upgrade was really great - so many problems fixed, more freedom with the time given and better-hidden stashes, but the limitations were perfected better too - you have to choose where you'll make it to if you want to survive and get those better stashes. It's still not final - it will be improved.

I've seen those situations in the screenshots before, what's different in your game? Pack of wolves can be taken out one at a time if you plan it right. Bear will kill you.
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