“10 Years After” Is a survival based horror (Open World) Single Player Adventure ..........After the government rolled out a injection to the general public to stem the violence and quell the human emotion's things were going well ….....
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Release Date: Jan 30, 2015

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“After having a closed Alpha Phase on our website we have found that Early Access gives us a wider range of PC users to help test and play the game.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“That is a hard one ...It really depends on the feedback we get and what users want to see in the finished game and of course what they don't ..”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full Version of the game will have a fully voiced completed main story line plus missions and side quests other features are building and fortifying structures multiplayer and more of a fallout feel to the game....The idea is its up to you follow the story and find out what and why it went wrong or just simply survive and live day to day. A big request has been diseases and cold/wet effecting you so this is something we are looking into adding in at some point”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The Early Access build in its current state is a very playable game some quests and missions are already in the game which are fully voiced as is the main character... the survival aspect is also there and some of the basic crafting has been implemented and of course lots of infected! although there are some features missing and you will find bugs.

Day and night with dynamic weather is also in this build as is the deadly night time infected ...our advice is to run away when you hear them near you!”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“The price will remain the same during Early Access. After Early Access has finished, the final price will reflect the additional content added during development - but it won't be a big change”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We love our Community or as we like to call them "Afters" we value each and everyone of you and try to be as open and approachable as possible be that through steam or facebook or our awesome forum on our website, that is where we gained lots of information as to what you guys and girls are looking for in the game”
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*DISCLAIMER* - Do not opt into this Early access game, if your are not happy to play a game that may have the tendency to crash, be buggy and slightly broken mechanics. We are working hard on fixing and updating features so please bare with us :)

Thank you for supporting us in joining in the early access alpha of 10 Years After ...There will be bugs and features missing so prepare to cry
and to laugh (floating pig anyone?) Please use our social links to report any problems and we hope you enjoy playing the game
At the moment there is only a basic save system this will be upgraded in a future release ...please bear with us on this......Also Crafting will start to play a bigger role in the game as new updates role out.

More quests and main story still to be added.

10 Years After” Is a survival based horror (Open World) Single Player Adventure ..........After the government rolled out a injection to the general public to stem the violence and quell the human emotion's things were going well ….....Peace on earth was achieved people who were injected were added to the “Calm Register” no murders no rapes no crime ...it was a utopian society....That is until things went wrong and the injection bites back!

-Single player

(With unique Fully Voiced character driven storyline)

-Fully Voiced Audio Diaries to help you find out what happened to the city's inhabitants

-Full Soundtrack for the game


-Hunger/Thirst System

-Player Crafting




-Melee Items

-Dynamic Weather

-Day & Night Cycle

-Apocalyptic Radio Broadcasts


-Hostile NPC'S (If you come across one of these its best to take them out quietly so as not to alert others)

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel I3
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD 5950
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 8.1 x64
    • Processor: Intel I5 2500K
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD 7970
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
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58 of 62 people (94%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: November 8, 2015
This game has not had any updates in months. Multiple promised updates have been delayed/cancelled/reworked/whatever.
Currently there are announcements claiming this game has been sold and a new development team is taking over. Possibly prompted by this article: http://www.fullgaming.co.uk/2015/11/09/hiding-under-a-rock-paper-games/

LINK: http://steamcommunity.com/app/339240/discussions/0/490125737466277448/ -- Thread "Who is RockPaperGames? Is there really a RockPaperGames? Should Valve step in?" summary that this review was duplicated from.
SCREENSHOT OF THE BAN: http://i.imgur.com/I8IgD9c.gif
Update: The ban was removed, but the questions remain unanswered and the post is still deleted

-- Below are the contents of the post which was copied here as a review: --
These new folks have been unable to answer basic questions about themselves and who they are for days now.

FACT: The Facebook announcement of this game being acquired by Rock Paper Games is dated 2015-11-05. Linked: https://www.facebook.com/Tentreegames/posts/1663148297303647​ -- Facebook Page no longer available
LINK: http://steamcommunity.com/gid/103582791437204152/announcements/detail/740074882940119599 -- Steam announcement 2015-11-05 of RockPaperGames acquiring 10 Years After.

FACT: The domain for the new company was registered 2 days later by the same Shaun McKay from the prior company Source: rockpapergames.co.uk was registered to and last updated Shaun McKay on 2015-11-07. Linked: http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/results.jsp?domain=rockpapergames.co.uk

FACT: Every legal agreement/document/registration/etc found thus far for the new company is connected to Shaun McKay from the old company.

FACT: All postings thus far, Steam/Facebook/Twitter have been from the old owner's accounts. No previously existing accounts for the new owners have been spoken from or linked.

CIRCUMSTANTIAL: Valve does not allow the transfer of accounts, so if these "new" owners took over the Steam account of the old one, then the account is now at risk for being completely shut down. Valve would have transferred the ownership of the intellectual property's hub and the software management, etc to the existing or a newly created account for the new owner. So this another area that does not look right. -- (Circumstantial as who knows, company could have negotiated something new here to keep the games/software on the account and transfer the account{probably violating a lot of software licenses} instead of the normal transferring of the intellectual property(game/hub access))

CIRCUMSTANTIAL: The writing style of the old owner and the new owner share some very interesting traits in regards to punctuation of paragraphs. Both the old and the new owner have a propensity for run-on sentences as paragraphs, or paragraphs that have been repeatedly broken by " ..." instead of proper punctuation. -- (Circumstantial as I am certainly not a trained professional in writing analysis this is just my observation of the old owner going as far back as when this was on Greenlight and everything posted by the new owner thus far.)

CIRCUMSTANTIAL: And yet with all of this we also cannot get from these new owners straight answers to the following basic questions even though it has been days since they were asked:
Where can more information about this "new" company be found?
Who works for this new company?
Where is some evidence of this company's existence unrelated to 10 Years After and Shaun McKay?
(Circumstantial as the new owners may have had some emergency or whatever that has prevented them from answering (although they could have answered in their prior replies and did not)(really being generous with the benefit of the doubt here))

CIRCUMSTANTIAL: The new owners had the money and clout to negotiate a pretty much unheard of account transfer with Valve after buying this game, but did not even have their own Steam account, their own Twitter account, their own web page, or their own Facebook page (at least none they've provided).

My Ramblings
My Personal Conclusion (not fact) and actions: For now though, all of this taken together has me at the point that I felt the game 10 Years After had to be reported to Valve, I have also reported the profile for the user so they can help sort the truth out since the new owners seem to be unable or unwilling to provide any actual information about themselves or validity to the claim of new ownership. We should be provided the basic information asked for and if the new owners are unwilling to directly, then Valve should be able to force or at least in some way validate the claim of new ownership.

Related Links
LINK: http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/results.jsp?domain=10yearsaftergame.com -- Shaun McKay registered the domain 10yearsaftergame.com on 2014-02-27 and last updated the domain 10yearsaftergame.com on 2015-01-29T12:48:31Z.
LINK: https://www.facebook.com/Tentreegames/posts/1663148297303647 -- ​The Facebook announcement of this game being acquired by Rock Paper Games is dated 2015-11-05. Facebook Page no longer available
LINK: http://steamcommunity.com/gid/103582791437204152/announcements/detail/740074882940119599 -- Steam announcement 2015-11-05 of RockPaperGames acquiring 10 Years After.
LINK: http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/results.jsp?domain=rockpapergames.co.uk -- The domain for the new company was registered 2 days later by the same Shaun McKay from the prior company Source: rockpapergames.co.uk was registered to and last updated Shaun McKay on 2015-11-07.
LINK: https://www.facebook.com/Tentreegames/posts/428703220660223?comment_id=428752233988655&reply_comment_id=429859023877976&offset=0&total_comments=8 -- Facebook thread with comments (latest RockPaperGames comment linked).
LINK: http://steamcommunity.com/app/339240/discussions/0/520518053433293233/#c490125103636188727 -- Thread "Dead Game" where RockPaperGames has participated but not answered any of the questions started being asked November 8, 2015.
LINK: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198039205923 -- Profile page for RockPaperGames from which I reported this user per the above comments in My Ramblings.
LINK: http://store.steampowered.com/app/339240 -- Product Page - I've reported this product from this page per the above comments in My Ramblings.

-- Above are the contents of the post which was copied here as a review: --
LINK: http://steamcommunity.com/app/339240/discussions/0/490125737466277448/ -- Thread "Who is RockPaperGames? Is there really a RockPaperGames? Should Valve step in?" summary that this review was duplicated from.
SCREENSHOT OF THE BAN: http://i.imgur.com/I8IgD9c.gif
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18 of 20 people (90%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: April 4
OMG!!! I hope the developer decides to roll back to the original version of the game from 2015, because the game which I just re-installed and played was a complete different game.

It started off well enough, I saw a camp, a much better start than the original game which saw you awakening in a hospital. I made my way outside and began talking to a few NPC's.. Ok gooe enough, nothing to see here..

Jim Bob, or Billy Bob, or whatever the heck his name was instructed me to take up arms as infected were coming to play.

I went into the gun shack and!!!! Controls didn't work.. Alarm bell goes off... gun shoots ring out.. Still nothing, I can see my gun sitting there, taunting me, yet it won't pick up.

After a 20 seconds about 20 infected decided to invade the Gun Shack... WTF happened to the Zombie models from the 2015 game, these ones were stretch out and odd looking. Fake, unrealistic.. The only one that looked even slightly decent resembled Slenderman I guess. I can't imagine which part of the development team decided altering the game in such a way was a good idea..

This has to be one of the single worst games I've ever played, the SS's on the storepage were taken from the 2015 version of the game, which are no longer valid, the newest version of this game is a complete and and utter flaming turd. This game which had so much potential at one time is totallly..... "In the words of Gordan Ramsey, the developers are out of control" They took the few positives and removed them, stamped on them, set them on fire, and continued to add gasoline just to ensure no resembelence to a good game existed.

I'd suggest you never buy this game, in fact if you feel like buying this game, poke out your eyes with an ice pick, or better yet, gather up all your worldly possessions and burn them. In fact just burn yourself. you'll have more fun waiting for your skin to char and crisp then you'd ever have playing this piece of crap.

Ugg I played the updated game for a few minutes and needed a shower, I now know how an inmate feels after being passed around for a few cigerettes..


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23 of 29 people (79%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: October 30, 2015
Unity And a lot of bought assets... You dont even have to be a developer now to make games.. Worst game ever
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 26, 2015
I don't know how this even can be called a game...
First try: start, click options game crash
Second try: opened options again, changed the settings, pressed exit and the multiplayer mode started loading(no comment)
Thrid try: started the game, dialogs were with horrible grammar and the music was awfull.I did the first quest... until i find where is the gun zombies attacked me. i found it and killed 10 zombies. mission complete... i tried to walk but was stuck in the window(no comment) tried to exit the game. again the multiplayer mode loaded. pressed ctrl+alt+del tried closing it from task manager... didn't work... restarted my computer and with pleasure deleted this so called GAME.

pro tip: never run unity games in fullscreen if you are not sure they are stable.
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 22
Obtained through a Bundle. Played this game for 19 minutes.

- Bad Framerate
- Bad Graphics
- No Updates
- Forever in EARLY ALPHA
- You get stuck everywhere
- Enemies get stuck everywhere
- Stupid AI

Game website http:// 10yearsaftergame . com/ ..... leading to a strange house selling website.

Have been reporting this game to steam.
Score: 0/10
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16 of 22 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 15, 2015
I got this game from a bundle and thought that I would give it a try.
To start off this review, I would like to say that this game really has potential, but right now, it's in a state where it should be free to play test.
  • As others have pointed out there is no tutorial, other than press F1 to see controls.

  • The models look nice but the AI is dumbest I have found in a game and they bug and glitch constantly. Humans couldn't shoot or walk, let alone talk. Zombies got stuck everywhere and their hands came through walls.

  • Map is somekind of hotel or apartment building. There are windows but as you watch outside there is nothing but blackness and the building you are in to see. There are plenty of rooms but only 2 room types. I couldn't tell what stuff was obtainable or not and you can't go to the bathroom, invisible walls keeps you from going there.

  • Dropping items makes them disappear.

  • There is no UI for ammo
- Poor optimisation, constant stuttering and definetly under 30fps all the time. It really made me nauseous and is the big reason why I only played so little.
- Running is superhuman speed-like!
- Door which said ''press T to go to the city'' didn't work.
- The P menu graphics options didn't work

Check out my 3 screenshots if you are interested and my review will probably change if the game gets any better or worse.
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22 of 34 people (65%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 7, 2015
17/09/15 - Looks abandoned. Still don't buy.

26/06/15 - So, the devs released an update at last, so, it's been over 3 months and a new update has arrived. I'll be revising this in a day or two. I have to say, though, marked improvement. I'm impressed.

So, I'll start out with - in it's current state, this game is not worth your money. This is a pre-alpha build, barebones, buggy, without a tutorial and overall uninteresting. Early access does not excuse an incomplete game - they're charging money, and I'm going to view it as a consumer product. Of course, there is potential in the title - as there was potential in Towns. Remember how that game went. So, lets start out with a few good things.

+ Halfway competent voice-acting : You can tell this is from an indie studio. The voice acting is a little off at points, but it's there, and from what I've heard of it, it's not strictly bad.
+ Dialogue trees : I suppose I can put this as a plus, there's some decent dialogue trees in the game, a lot of it seems to be voice acted, though mind, I'm not far in the game, I cannot vouch for in-depth VO.
+ Communicative dev team : From what I'm seeing in the forums, the dev(s?) are very communicative and pro-active and open to criticism. It makes me hopeful that they'll use the EA model right, somewhat.

Cons, and oh lord there are a lot:
- No initial tutorial : When you begin the game, you're thrown into a room and are immediately set upon by zombies. If you're not quick enough, you're gonna get torn to scraps immediately. If you're unattentive, you're going to miss both the knife and the gun in the room. If you don't search every corner of the building, you're going to never escape this first level. From what I do hear, they're releasing a path that will "re-vamp" the first level. I'm unsure what this means, I'll come back to it when it's released and revise it. By the time they finally showed me where I could find the controls, I was out of the first level. Press F1 for controls. Yeah. Gimme that at the start.
- Poor optimisation : This game looks something like a game from 2006. Maybe Stalker at a stretch, though I wouldn't say it gives anywhere near the same atmosphere. Yet, I found myself repeatedly dropping to sub-30 fps. No, I'm not running on a potato, I should be getting consistent 60+
- Bugs, bugs, bugs : Repeating lines - I swear I listened to the same guy tell me he was going to rip my arms off and feed them to me about 50 times over the course of my "exploration" until I found the existence of the guide. Invisible walls, zombies being stuck in objects/walls, floating objects, AI ignores line of sight, corpses still existing on reload, zombies with 10 foot arms, the list goes on. Yes, I understand this is early access. That does not mean a consumer should not be informed.
- Poor graphics, no artistic consistency : I touched on this earlier, but it looks like something from 2006 if even that. There is no very little consistency between models, and a lot of them simply don't fit together. And there simply isn't enough variation in the amount of models, I've seen the same ones over and over. I'm assuming these are placeholders, and if they're not, I would advise reassessing.
- Features advertised in trailer unimplemented? : I give a question mark here, because maybe they have a trigger to be activated, but the hunger and thirst bars just aren't there for me.
- What IS the story? : Looking at other reviews, there's a backstory to this - on the website. Not the place to have it, really, because for me, currently, it's down. I don't know how long the site has been down, but it doesn't give me good feelings.
- Absolutely grating sound : Once you're out of the "tutorial" (I reluctantly name it so) level, you're greeting by grating, repetitive groaning... It sounds awful, it doesn't belong, I could barely deal with it long enough to get into the next section. Once in the hospital area, there was just noise that gave me a splitting headache. White noise? I'm not sure how to describe it.
- Buggy, unappealing menus : The option menu has a graphical glitch over the audio slider, and the font used makes it rather unclear and irritating to navigate the menus in general. They're a chore to use right now, and there's no exit to main menu as far as I can see.

All in all, I feel this game launched into early access way too early. Pre-alpha is not where you should be launching your game into the service - alpha, maybe. That means you've got your core concepts down and you're starting to implement features. Beta is ideal, as there's a fairly complete game riddled with bugs which the community can feedback and help you fix. From what I hear, they are taking feedback from the community which is good to hear. Hopefully, this will be worth the purchase in future. There's potential there. I just don't feel it's worth that purchase right now. Wait and see, it needs a LOT of work. The dev(s?) seems open and communicative, and it's my hopes that things do turn out well seeing this.
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15 of 21 people (71%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: May 14, 2015
I'll just leave this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz3OSSpopzY
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: April 4
Revamped Review.
Its dead. As in really dead.
No one is home.
The lights are off, but they are coming to collect the money left by poor sods who dont read reviews or check info prior to buying.
avoid at all cost.
you have been warned.
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25 of 41 people (61%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 13, 2015
There you are! I'm going to feed you your own f***ing arm simulator.


Couldn't even exit the game from any menu.

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0.3 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: July 12
This FPS (and RPG?) known as 10 Years After seems like a side project of an indie dev that never was finished. I get a Fallout-ish feel from playing with extremely poor execution. With an attempt to play an hour but had to restart around twenty times due to getting stuck and it seems restarting your game doesn't reset your file progress even though you spawn at the beginning of the game causing massive glitches. Also, even starting the game through Steam is a huge obstacle as you have to rename a file to even get it to work. I think the only thing this has going for it is a storyline, though generic, since everything else is pretty awful. The most entertaining part is everything sounds like rubber duckies when they are being shot or killed. I would never recommend this game even if it was a snowday with nothing else to do. Hopefully the Dev could make improvements to save it.

Overall : ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
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0.2 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: July 4
Released in Jan 2015 as an early access, "10 years" after still in early access, probbably worse state of completion than on release.

1) Install a game. Run the game. "Executable file not found". Find a folder, run game directly.
- game featuring 1mm depth zombie models (unable to hit from side), bugs, balanced hit points (killing a zombie by shooting 3 times its head / chest / leg / hand - no matter), bugs, endless conversation (unable to skip text message even 10 Years After you read it twice), bugs, deadly music with no option to turn it off, bugs and much more. And did I mention bugs?

2) go to properties, change version to beta. Run the game from Steam.
- Singleplayer - game featuring terrible optimization (FPS drops like hell), empty bottles, rocks and flints. Is there anything to interact with? Who knows. Less content than in original release. But you can run on mountain, jump down, hit sprint key and you feel like practising on next ski jumping event of winter olympic games with such a low gravity.
- Multiplayer - choose "online" from main menu, server list pop up - no servers. Hit refresh button. No servers. Hit create server button. Wait a minute, second, third, ... exit game, go to your steam library and thumb down 10 years after.
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0.3 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: May 2
Clearing Out the Steam Library
Review Opinion #1 By Mafoosta
Mafoosta's reviews are meant as first impression opinions only and should not be considered a scholarly or professional review of the game. My opinions often differ from other players. I also never pay full price for games, so keep this in mind when reading the following...

Like my reviews? Let me know, I'll keep doing more!

Price Paid For Game: Obtained through bundle.
Current Score: [Not Applicable]
Phrase: It's early access, only buy if you are very passionate about offering feedback for this dev team. :)

The "Story"
10 Days after is a product of the Unity Engine, that is very clear upon initial load and play. When I attempted to launch on Steam, an executable could not be found, so it simply wouldn't start. I navigated into the local folder, found an executable, and used that to start the game, but Steam didn't track my playtime, so... When I finally got into the game, I must say that I was very amused by the music played during the loading screen... Something about that tuba... However, when I loaded into the world, after taking just two steps, I got stuck and had to relaunch the game. This should allude to the state of the robustness of the game itself: very buggy from what I've experienced. And this is to be expected, because the game is in version 0.09 I believe from what the menu told me? Anyways, I talked to a few characters and killed a few zombies, ran really far to meet a player, ran all the way back to the central hub, did a few quests, then got stuck again and had to restart, lost all progress, and here I am writing this. This review is mainly to offer a few suggestions to the devs, who appear active by their recent update about a week ago.

The Suggestions To the Devs
The car wasn't so obvious, so I didn't know about it until after I ran all the way to Josh. I thought that was a huge waste of time, especially when nothing happened when I got there. You should have included a zombie ambush or something, that would have caught my attention :)

The car also ultimately broke the game from my perspective. When I got in it, I couldn't use the menu anymore. I also didn't know how to get out of it; I still don't, I just mashed buttons until I escaped it's greedy clutches. Also, when I was in the car, the "Press F to get in" wouldn't stop flashing in the upper left.

The zombies... I laughed. I'm sorry. :D They're animated so poorly, it's quite unrealistic and a bit game breaking, but I could live with it if the next point was addressed.

The world is so empty at this point. I was really interested when I came across the other towns, but getting there... It's so empty. Maybe this is because it would be difficult to render a bigger environment? There was a significant amount of lag, only from what I could imagine are too many assetts trying to render at a distance.

Finally, the dialogue is quite slow, although the writing isn't too bad. I would speed up the text as it appears on the screen and make the option to skip it more obvious, since it took me several conversations to figure out that you can press esc. to skip through.

Those are the current suggestions I have for the game. It's a good concept, but it's been done before very well by several games. If you can find a better way to stand out above the other competition, then I will continue to support the game. I'll hopefully be back to update this review when there's another update. Looking forward to continuing with this product!

Please, keep this in mind: It's early access, don't expect a complete game. Consider this scenerio: You're 9 year old daughter brings you a paper she's written for class. You read it and there are grammatical errors throughout, choppy sentences, and misspelled words everywhere. What is the proper response, to throw the paper back at her and tell her it's horrible and the worst paper you've ever read, then move on to reading scholarly articles on your brand new Kindle? Or are you going to kindly offer her suggestions and help her grow as a writer? This is, of course, a different situation since we are paying for this game and your daughter is not selling you her paper... But if you are looking for a good game, then don't buy in. If you obtain the game through the bundle, instead of refering to it as a heaping pile of waste, you could offer some suggestions and move on, or just ignore it in your library :)

No, I do not recommend this as a game or even as an early access product. If you happen upon it as a bundle, go ahead and play it and offer some suggestions to the developers. This is all I have to say for now.

This has been a review opinion by Mafoosta. If you liked what you read, let me know! If you have any suggestions, I am open to hearing them!
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0.1 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: March 31
This game must have been in a bundle because it found its way into my library. I booted it up and tried playing it. It is now hidden in my library.
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0.5 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: March 12
Got this almost a year ago and it played horribly then. Played it this morning and was surprised to see a completely new first level... with broken gameplay, numerous bugs and well, no updates really!

Shame becaude with a little bit of work this could have been an ok survival/shooter.
This version is not worth your time.
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1.4 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: March 10
Just your typical stock unity asset trash game that got through greenlight. Don't buy it unless you want to increase your steam game number count.
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