Only 90s kids will understand.
ARKhaic survival with un-evolved visuals.
Busy work in a smokepunk world.
I can’t wait to get on the road again.
You’ll be able to starve and descend into mental despair on the go.
Radioactivity is the least of your problems.
The Flame in the Flood has proven to be a huge success on Nintendo Switch, beating out the Day One sales of all other platforms.
London based publisher Curve Digital have been teasing a Switch announcement on its Twitter page and today has announced that rogue-lite The Flame in the Flood by The Molasses Flood will be coming to the Switch this month.
As someone who spent much of the late 90’s playing one rendition or another of Capcom’s Resident Evil series, I was actually quite excited to jump into Vaccine once I saw the obvious nod in styling. On the surface it has much of the same elements as the early titles in that series, and I figured it’d offer the same kind of challenge. My excitement was soon met with both admiration and anger however, as Vaccine ended up being much harder to pick up than its inspirational forefather. Actually, it was much harder in pretty much every way – and that’s kind of what makes it a great game in its own right.