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Crashlands on Steam. Developer: Butterscotch Shenanigans. Publisher: Butterscotch Shenanigans.

Introduction==========When I first started playing Crashlands, my initial impression was . But after the first 1. Crashlands is so much deeper than I originally thought. It's completely story- driven, and it goes along at a fair pace. The player character, Flux, is a delivery specialist for the largest shipping company in the universe.

During one delivery of three very important packages, your ship is yanked out of hyper- drive (impossible!!!) by a cosmic entity resembling a floating head in the outer atmosphere of a seemingly uncharted planet. After removing a crucial part from your ship (a Quantum Electrodongle), this entity shoots your ship down and you crash onto the planet's surface.

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With nothing left but a basic craftin station and your semi- sentient AI floating robot storage thing called Juicebox, it's your mission to use whatever resources you can get your hands on to get those packages delivered! Needless to say, you have your work cut out for you. Gameplay==========Once on the planet, you start by gathering up whatever resources you can to craft into basic tools. Juicebox will teach you all the basics as you go along, so pay attention when he tells you something! Gathering resources is your primary focus, and using them to craft weapons, armor and tools will help you progress towards your goals. There are quests scattered here and there, with varying rewards. NPC dialogue (all dialogue, really) is very light- hearted, but genuinely funny.

Possibly the best feature of this game is Flux's suit. It stores EVERYTHING you gather, and has an unlimited capacity. You do not need to worry about managing your inventory, just how much of a given resource you have to craft what you need. You start out using your ship's little crash site as a makeshift base, but as you gather materials you can set up a base anywhere you like. Build Mode is very simple and easy to use, and you are free to set things down pretty much wherever you want. You can pick them back up too, without losing the item or components. At some point, you will be able to hatch companion monsters that will follow you around and help you in combat.

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Crashlands has a very nice flow, and plays out at a great pace. It's not annoyingly easy, nor is it ball- breakingly hard (unless you don't keep your gear up- to- date). As you craft one station and gather materials, you'll unlock another crafting station with more recipes, weapons, and armor to craft. As you gather materials, you'll come across new schematics that allow you to make new items.

Each section more or less rolls right into the next, and it's up to you how fast you want things to go. The world map is vast, and there is plenty to kill and gather. Thankfully, you can freely warp to your home or telepads you discover while exploring to get around quickly. There's just so much I can go on and on about with Crashlands, but let's leave some surprises, shall we? Suffice it to say, there is PLENTY to do. Graphics==========The game looks very nice for a game with this kind of artstyle. Animations for everything look great, and the environments look nice too.

You'll see a lot of the same for awhile though, until you move on after a certain point in quests. After that, environments are a little more diverse. Day and night transitions work well, and different, more powerful monsters come out at night. The game's UI is very easy to read and get used to.

Sound and Music==========One of the shortcomings of this game is the soundtrack. For a long time you'll only be hearing the same 2 or 3 tracks. Daytime, nighttime, and event tracks. They are pretty nice though, and are often pretty chill and soothing. Great for just running around and gathering materials to relax.

Sounds effects are pretty well done, and I always laugh when I hear the sound a Wompit makes when it's jumps you. Malayala Manorama Weekly Novels. The *smack* sound when you talk to NPCs or gather materials is quite satisfying too. Performance==========I haven't had any issues running Crashlands whatsoever. It seems like it would work on nearly any kind of rig.

It's not a particularly demanding game. Best played with mouse/keyboard, as most games of this type are.

I didn't even think to try my controller, though I imagine it *could* work. NP FPS issues, no lag, and no stuttering. No random crashes either. Final Thoughts==========If you enjoy games from this genre, you - need- to pickup Crashlands. Its humor is enough to warrant a purchase, nevermind the hours and hours of content packed into it!

As I said before, it's not too easy or too hard, so most players should find it quite enjoyable to play for a relaxing evening. A great game that's very easy to recommend. Gameplay Demo==========https: //www. CGN3. XWMan. JINerd House Verdict: ==========Be sure to check out Nerd House Gaming for more reviews!