Crashed and alone on a world mankind tried to leave behind, Darkout challenges players to survive on Illuna, in harsh, procedurally generated biomes, utilizing the game’s sandbox features to build shelters, craft weapons, and research new technologies. You are not alone.
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Data de lançamento: 4/dez/2013

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22 de abril

Steam Trading Cards are now available

Darkout now features Steam Trading Cards. The set features 7 trading cards, 9 backgrounds, and 9 emoticons. I hope you enjoy them.

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“Darkout is an enjoyable experience that is truly immersive as it is beautiful”
8/10 – GamingBolt

“To those people who enjoy to build and survive, this game will not be one that disappoints.”
4/5 – OnRPG

“This is one of the latest iterations in sandbox gaming with several mechanics that improve the genre. It’s not a clone of a preexisting game and it presents some unique features that gamers will come to love”
B – Gamefob

Sobre este jogo

Crashed and alone on a world mankind tried to leave behind, Darkout challenges players to survive on Illuna, in harsh, procedurally generated biomes, utilizing the game’s sandbox features to build shelters, craft weapons, and research new technologies.

You are not alone. Light-sensitive creatures prowling the landscapes become most active at night and in a world shrouded by clouds the security of day will never come, instead, twilight periods allow players minor security to explore, rebuild, and gather resources.

Darkout’s deep history manifests itself through logs left behind by others, some recent, while others hearken back to long-extinct natives of Illuna, offering glimpses into what events led up to the pandemonium that now persists.

How will you survive?

Current Features

  • Explore expansive randomly generated worlds
  • Sandbox Play
  • Fight Shadow enemies sensitive to Light.
  • Strategic Research & Crafting System
  • Mining, gathering & looting.
  • Tons of resources, materials and devices you can use to...
  • Create various kinds of weapons, armor, tech, furniture, etc.
  • A story for those who like to do more than just explore, craft and build.

Requisitos de sistema

    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Processador: Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 1.3 Ghz or Better
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: OpenGL Graphics card that can display at least 1024x768 res (Nvidia 8000 series or better)
    • Armazenamento: 3 GB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: Any
    • Outras observações: Latest OpenGL Drivers
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Xyzzy Frobozz
( 0.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de julho
Abandonware.

That's all you need to know.
jholl9
( 4.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 15 de julho
I'd like to recommend this game. I really would. I'm not honestly a fan of these kinds of games, but this one is nice in a few ways, and honestly REALLY drew me into the world that had been set up. It creeped me the hell out, true, but it drew me in. The story is rich and really interesting, and truthfully can last you hours because it's all scattered and goes in no particular order; you're trying to work out a puzzle, not go on linear quests.

So you can imagine my dismay when I realized just how unfinished the game is. The crafting system is clunky and difficult to use, placing objects is often tedious/impossible, enemies scale in difficulty from a 2 to a 7 to a 10 in the span of about half a zone (Which can be very quickly crossed) which you really do need to eventually go to because a lot of ruins and crash sites are located there.

Then there are the falls.

The falls.

Sweet mother of Jesus the saviour, the falls.

Every ten feet or so is a dip, then another dip, then you see a cave and go explore and oop you just fell a thousand feet to your death. Or you're running down a cliffside when suddenly it drops out from under you and oop, half your life is gome and you landed on a wolf or a parasite.

I can understand some falling for a challenge while exploring, making it so you have to be careful - but this is ridiculous. I pretty much have to dig underneath caves in order to not die every couple seconds - which really gets tedious when you can only respawn at your home.

...That got a bit rambly. But that's my biggest complaint. Anyhoo, I can't, in good faith, recommend this game, even though I could honestly spend all day playing it and yelling at it. It's just got too many problems to really enjoy. If it's on sale for cheap (2-5 bucks) I'd say go for it - but otherwise, no. It isn't complete and likely never will be, despite its potential.
pr0t0
( 4.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 11 de julho
What a shame, this game has the potential to be a real gem ... It would be amazing if the dev just understood that sometimes, its not the money that makes these good games so much fun to play and so memorable ..I think the dev'[s going on about not making enough money is just an act to cover up that fact that hes lost the drive to continue making his art.. Games are a labor of love to those that put in the many hours and sleepless nights of coding and debugging and make these games bring art to life and those that just make games just to make a quick buck are two deffinitly different types.. Like the diffference between a casual chess player and a chess master... If this dev actually put some heart and soul into this game instead of just doing a half arsed slap togther for a quick buck garbage job. the game would have probably attracted a following and then from others enjoying the game many more would have taken notice and probably purchased a copy. I remember downloading the Quake alpha that was being pirated on the IRC when i was a kid.. it was so awesome and I could tell that every byte of that game was made by pople who actually loved making games along with the process of bringing it to the public... I went out that day and bought it. I could have just played the pirated copy and been like whatever, its just a game ...but instead I went and bought it because it was not only an awesome game for its time but the art...style..music (nine inch nails i think i remember) made my computer come alive and when my friends saw me playing that game, they had to have it and so on.... well... I just think the guy obviously fell out of love with being a game maker and if he actually put some heart into this damn game i would reinstall it and play it for hours on end. in other words, like the austin powers guy says.... Youve lost your MoJo!
RoflusPrime
( 40.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 6 de julho
Okay, I'm going to do something crazy and still recommend this game (when on sale!) despite everything. Despite the game being unfinished, despite the odds of any further progress on the game being extremely unlikely.

Why, you ask? Because there is still a lot of fun to be had here. If you take a close look at the negative reviews they are (understandably) because game development has ceased, not because they hated the core gameplay aspects.

I really enjoy the atmosphere in this game. It feels a lot like a single player Terraria with a focus on a dark atmosphere and an interesting story (such as it is). Carving out a small place of safety in a harsh and outright malicious world is very satisfying, along with slowly but surely improving one's tech tree and equipment in order to be able to explore harsher areas and recover tiny tidybits about those who came before you and what happened to them.

It really is a shame this game was never completed, but there is still a lot of gameplay available to those willing to give it a try. I wouldn't ask people to pay $15 for this unless they REALLY like these kinds of games, but if you see this on sale I would give it some real consideration.
Bhael
( 0.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de julho
Unintuitive and borring. Play Terraria instead.
HappyClown
( 8.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 3 de julho
I should have made a review before this, sorry fellow steam users.

This game has been abandoned.

The developer shows up after almost a year of silence to announce a patch that was promised over 2 years ago.

Well, this happened the day of the Steam Summer sale....

The sale is over tomarrow, and there have been no replies, or patches.

The Update post in the forum is a SCAM. There was NO update, and there will probably be no update judging from this developers track record.
jakanddaxter1996
( 2.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 1 de julho
I dont know why but I hate it
JokersWild
( 38.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
I see all the negivities on this, so I figured I would throw in my 2 cents worth.

For starters, let me point out that I do not tend to go on the forums unless I have a problem and such, so not big on following things usually. I will also point out that I have almost all survival games, both full release and early access (aside from those that are in a style I have no interest at all in). I mostly play single player as well.

That being said, as far as early access games and other games of the like, I really do not see what people are really complaining about. I have never had any crashes or like problems of the like with this title. While not cutting edge graphics, is certainly a step above the regular pixel graphics. The concept is pretty neat and unique for the most part. Has elements shared with other like titles, but still shines through in ways.

I'd say in games to compare it to would be Terreria, Starbound, Crea and Signs of Life (from my collection)..maybe a few others. Much better graphics than most, about equal or a little ahead of Signs of Life and passing the others.

Sound..I turn music off..so no input there.

Ease of creation...I found Terreria to be a pain..this has a pretty decent system of sorts. Making sure you have the power I think is biggest thing.

Much digging for most things, enemies can get a little rough.

I'd say complaint wise:

ust isn't real "Big". Starbound is HUGE with several planets, but most of these titles (aside from that one) just don't really have that, so can not complain too much. More along the lines of a wish list sort of thing.

How much can you really ask for at the price though...it is not like they are selling for big title prices ($60) and have huge teams with much resources at their disposal...so price is on par.

After a while just is no real point. You build yourself and base up and that is it...just some grinding and are golden. Would have liked to have a bit more there.

I guess that is all I can say about that offhand. I like it. Is on sale now and bought a copy for my son to putz around with.
Praetorian
( 3.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de junho
Well, another wasted purchase. Steam should seriously refund us if they're going to allow for half-finished alpha releases to be sold on their platform! I think refunds should be based on the original percentage of promised features that are uncompleted. In this case only 1/3rd is finished. I want 66% of my money back!
Juanzu123
( 0.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de junho
Piece of garbage
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I should have made a review before this, sorry fellow steam users.

This game has been abandoned.

The developer shows up after almost a year of silence to announce a patch that was promised over 2 years ago.

Well, this happened the day of the Steam Summer sale....

The sale is over tomarrow, and there have been no replies, or patches.

The Update post in the forum is a SCAM. There was NO update, and there will probably be no update judging from this developers track record.
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Okay, I'm going to do something crazy and still recommend this game (when on sale!) despite everything. Despite the game being unfinished, despite the odds of any further progress on the game being extremely unlikely.

Why, you ask? Because there is still a lot of fun to be had here. If you take a close look at the negative reviews they are (understandably) because game development has ceased, not because they hated the core gameplay aspects.

I really enjoy the atmosphere in this game. It feels a lot like a single player Terraria with a focus on a dark atmosphere and an interesting story (such as it is). Carving out a small place of safety in a harsh and outright malicious world is very satisfying, along with slowly but surely improving one's tech tree and equipment in order to be able to explore harsher areas and recover tiny tidybits about those who came before you and what happened to them.

It really is a shame this game was never completed, but there is still a lot of gameplay available to those willing to give it a try. I wouldn't ask people to pay $15 for this unless they REALLY like these kinds of games, but if you see this on sale I would give it some real consideration.
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I'd like to recommend this game. I really would. I'm not honestly a fan of these kinds of games, but this one is nice in a few ways, and honestly REALLY drew me into the world that had been set up. It creeped me the hell out, true, but it drew me in. The story is rich and really interesting, and truthfully can last you hours because it's all scattered and goes in no particular order; you're trying to work out a puzzle, not go on linear quests.

So you can imagine my dismay when I realized just how unfinished the game is. The crafting system is clunky and difficult to use, placing objects is often tedious/impossible, enemies scale in difficulty from a 2 to a 7 to a 10 in the span of about half a zone (Which can be very quickly crossed) which you really do need to eventually go to because a lot of ruins and crash sites are located there.

Then there are the falls.

The falls.

Sweet mother of Jesus the saviour, the falls.

Every ten feet or so is a dip, then another dip, then you see a cave and go explore and oop you just fell a thousand feet to your death. Or you're running down a cliffside when suddenly it drops out from under you and oop, half your life is gome and you landed on a wolf or a parasite.

I can understand some falling for a challenge while exploring, making it so you have to be careful - but this is ridiculous. I pretty much have to dig underneath caves in order to not die every couple seconds - which really gets tedious when you can only respawn at your home.

...That got a bit rambly. But that's my biggest complaint. Anyhoo, I can't, in good faith, recommend this game, even though I could honestly spend all day playing it and yelling at it. It's just got too many problems to really enjoy. If it's on sale for cheap (2-5 bucks) I'd say go for it - but otherwise, no. It isn't complete and likely never will be, despite its potential.
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What a shame, this game has the potential to be a real gem ... It would be amazing if the dev just understood that sometimes, its not the money that makes these good games so much fun to play and so memorable ..I think the dev'[s going on about not making enough money is just an act to cover up that fact that hes lost the drive to continue making his art.. Games are a labor of love to those that put in the many hours and sleepless nights of coding and debugging and make these games bring art to life and those that just make games just to make a quick buck are two deffinitly different types.. Like the diffference between a casual chess player and a chess master... If this dev actually put some heart and soul into this game instead of just doing a half arsed slap togther for a quick buck garbage job. the game would have probably attracted a following and then from others enjoying the game many more would have taken notice and probably purchased a copy. I remember downloading the Quake alpha that was being pirated on the IRC when i was a kid.. it was so awesome and I could tell that every byte of that game was made by pople who actually loved making games along with the process of bringing it to the public... I went out that day and bought it. I could have just played the pirated copy and been like whatever, its just a game ...but instead I went and bought it because it was not only an awesome game for its time but the art...style..music (nine inch nails i think i remember) made my computer come alive and when my friends saw me playing that game, they had to have it and so on.... well... I just think the guy obviously fell out of love with being a game maker and if he actually put some heart into this damn game i would reinstall it and play it for hours on end. in other words, like the austin powers guy says.... Youve lost your MoJo!
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Unintuitive and borring. Play Terraria instead.
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Publicada: 31 de outubro de 2014
Entre terraria, starbound e darkout, darkout foi o que eu vi mais potencial.
Porem, infelizmente a desenvolvedora está enfrentando sérios problemas financeiros e o jogo está praticamente parado em termos de desenvolvimento.

Mas está com um preço bom pelo conteúdo que ele oferece.

- os gráficos mais bonitos q eu já vi nesse estilo de jogo (sobrevivência, exploração em um plano 2d plataforma)
- A imersão e muito maior que os jogos aqui citados
- A jogabilidade é lenta e realista de certo modo
- A exploração é incrível
- A ambientação e mais incrível ainda.
- Leve problema de otimização
- Não encontrei muitos bugs na jogatina, então...


Na verdade, o grande problema do jogo é a falta de conteúdo. da pra terminar tudo que o jogo oferece, sozinho, em umas 20 horas de gameplay
E também não possui multplayer, o que é um dos aspectos técnicos mais importante nesse tipo de jogo.

Vai de você, vale a pena pagar 25 conto em um jogo que te renderá 20 boas horas de gameplay single player?

Pra mim vale, então...
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Publicada: 21 de julho de 2014
As screenshots são melhores que o jogo. Demorou muito a "entrar no clima", muito lento, então, desinstalei. Recomendo se você tiver muita (MAS MUITA MESMO) paciência. Vai levar meses até começar a usar o que você cataloga e explora. A dinâmica do jogo é um pouco complicada, longe do casual.

Entretanto, ainda recomendo porque, pelo que vi, os desenvolvedores estão tentando inovar. Daqui a uns meses reinstalo de novo. Vale a pena também se você for curioso, rsrs
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Jogo abandonado uma pena.
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Eu joguei Darkout umas 5h (no modo offline, o que não acaba sendo computado pela Steam) e sinceramente não vale a pena... Devo ter pago uns 4 R$ pelo jogo e adoraria ter meu dinheiro de volta, porque este é o PIOR CLONE DE TERRARIA que já vi... e olha que já joguei vários, dos mais fuleiros, como este, aos que chegam a ter personalidade própria, como Starbound. Os gráficos parecem legais, mas achei o gameplay uma porcaria =/... Sério! Há outros sanbox de exploração/sobrevivência em 2D que são bem melhores: Starbound, Edge of Space, Terraria, Don't Starve (2,5D, acho eu), Crea, Magicite (+ou-), Signs of Life, Windforge, Pixel Piracy, até mesmo Dig or Die... COMPRE ESTE JOGO APENAS SE QUISER SABER COMO NÃO FAZER COM UM JOGO SANDBOX (pq só na base da curiosidade mórbida pra comprar esse treco mesmo -.-'').
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Publicada: 28 de abril de 2014
1/10, deceptionante.
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