Alien Life Simulator Preview (Steam Early Access)
For this Alien Life Simulator Preview, where we play a rogue-lite, action-adventure game, set in an extraterrestrial environment. Explore an alien universe and uncover the remnants of a highly advanced alien society. Fight for your life against hostile lifeforms in a fast-paced adventure through the stars!
Alien Life Simulator Preview Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 2.38GB download size.
- Graphics settings – resolution, fullscreen, and graphics quality preset.
- Opening and ongoing tutorial pop-ups as you play the game.
- Can rebind controls for both keyboard and mouse.
- Four Alien types with two being available initially then you unlock two more. Each has unique stats.
- Pick two unlocked abilities, you only get dash and auto damage at the start.
- Choose to start the gun and again one is initially available and you unlock the rest.
- At the start of every run, you choose from a set of random planets to play on.
- Cool Stargate DHD-like system where you type in the Coordinates to open the portal.
- Button icon pop-ups.
- End of a run breakdown showing time survived, kills, damage dealt and bosses took out.
- Stamina-based system for running and jumping around.
- Big open planets to explore.
- You can play how you want.
- Freely jump between locations.
- Every run gives you a list of random tasks to complete.
- Full day and night cycle.
- Locations can have their own little set pieces.
- The hunger system kicks in.
- Emotions are a big thing where when using your gun it increases or decreases your mood which affects how it works damage-wise.
- Abilities and general health can be affected by emotions.
- Big boss encounters.
- Earn keys and use them to unlock weapons and character classes.
- Simple controls.
- Find and open loot chests for weapons and items you may not have unlocked yet.
Alien Life Simulator Preview Cons:
- No Steam achievements.
- Doesn’t support controllers yet.
- Long initial load time.
- Have issues sporadically where it will shut down upon booting the game up.
- When in tight spaces you can see through the walls and get lost in where you are.
- Having to manually pick up items and drops is a pain in the ass.
- Loot chests don’t actually show what you get.
- Locations can feel empty or sparse.
- Not always clear what to do.
- No camera controls.
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Alien Life Simulator:
Developer: J6 Games
Publisher: J6 Games
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