Posts Tagged ‘Raindrop’

Super-Pretty Survival Puzzle FPS Raindrop Kickstarts

By Jim Rossignol on October 14th, 2013.


Craig was rather impressed with our initial glimpses of Raindrop, a very pretty survival FPS which has been in slow development as a Source mod for many years. Now though it’s made the jump to Unity in order to materialise as a standalone project. The survival space is beginning to looks quite busy now, and Raindrop aims to stand apart by being “a surreal, environment driven, survival game that includes fully explorable levels with intuitive, complex puzzles.” An FPS puzzler and survival game? Does this see the FPS puzzle legacy of the past few years finally colliding with the survival genre?

Watch the video, because this one’s a beauty.
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Hydro-Eclectic: Raindrop Looks Surreal, Dark, Pretty

By Craig Pearson on September 25th, 2013.


I am afflicted with Stalkeritis, so when games pop-up with a vague hint in a Stalkery direction I get a bit excited and need to lie down until my blood pressure normalises. Raindrop looks to be sort of broadly thematically similar with that grim Ukrainian treasure: a survival game set in a post-collapse world following an “event”, where secrets are covered in rust and weeds, and you need to scavenge to survive. That was always what brought me into the world, and the rest was just detail. Amazing, gorgeous, terrifying detail, but nonetheless it was on top of what I wanted out of the game. Watch the teasers below and see if you get the same reaction I did. And if you do, you should probably see the doctor
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