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Hidden Deep Free Download Repacklab Hidden Deep is a 2D action & exploration sci-fi thriller set in a mining and research facility – more than a mile under the ocean floor. A group of researchers detected strange anomalies of unknown nature and organized an expedition to examine the mysterious phenomenon. Suddenly, after 681 days, contact with the researchers breaks off. You are the leader of the second team: Go down there, find out what happened, rescue anybody who is alive. COMMAND YOUR TEAM – OPERATE EQUIPMENT – FACE UNKNOWN HORRORS Control your team members directly or by giving orders. Accomplish your mission by coordinating different tasks. Explore the sub oceanic caves by using specialized equipment: grappling hooks, scanners. SEXY GAMES
drones and heavy machinery are all part of your arsenal. Defend against horrific alien life forms and other, undiscovered horrors that lurk in the deep. MULTIPLE GAME MODES – ALONE OR IN CO-OP Single-Player campaign with narrative-driven levels. Challenge Mode for single and co-op play where you can tackle various mission goals in randomized levels. Rich dark sci-fi story. The story pays tribute to 80’s and 90’s games and movie classics like Aliens, The Thing, and Half-Life. Tons of tools to use from grappling hooks and scanners to drones, weapons and heavy machinery. Over 20 hours of gameplay in story mode (will be completed within the game’s Early Access period). Challenge mode for even more adventures in the deep.
Being trapped underground
Being trapped underground is no one’s ideal scenario, but add in the fact that you’re several kilometres beneath the ocean floor armed with a grappling hook and a gun whilst you attempt to recover members of a research facility from the creatures lurking in the damp caverns, then it quickly becomes a horror movie. Hidden Deep is a richly dark and intriguing sci-fi story that feels like it has been ripped straight from 80s and 90s horror media. With inspirations taken from Half-Life, Aliens and The Thing, it’s easy to tell exactly the tribute that Hidden Deep is paying—and it does so incredibly well. You play as a member of a search-and-rescue team called Murphy who has been tasked with finding a group of researchers who had been investigating anomalies in the caverns under the ocean floor. Stranded Deep
After 681 days of research, the facility suddenly lost contact, and they are now sending Murphy down to find out exactly what is going on inside the cave systems. Hidden Deep employs a realistic style to both its art as well as its in-game physics. Set as a 2D side-scroller, each cavern and cave system you enter has its own set of unique features you’ll need to quickly adapt to as you play. With the assistance of only your grappling hook and pistol for the first cavern, learning exactly how the physics behaves is essential if you want to make it far into the caves. Jumping off a ladder from a height you assume wouldn’t harm you in any other game will only prove you wrong as you’re faced with a death screen and poor Murphy’s ragdoll body collapsing in a bloody pile on the rocky ground.
The cave systems of Hidden Deep
The cave systems of Hidden Deep are all interactable in some way or another through careful exploration. Aside from your grappling hook, you’ll also quickly find uses for Terra-Scanners which allow you to scan the ground beneath you for caves that would otherwise be inaccessible—and then with the use of explosives, make your way into these hidden rooms. As you progress even further and find members of the lost team of researchers, their individual skills will also come in handy as you can switch out to them and utilise heavy machinery like tunnel-borers, cranes and drones. The enemies you’ll come across simply scream 80s and 90s horror media. From swift-flying alien bugs that can get quickly overwhelming if you don’t kill them quickly to the larvae that they spit at you. Aquanox Deep Descent
you’ll need to form a strategy quickly if you want to save your lives and your ammo for larger beasts lurking in the depths. One of the only downsides is the hitboxes on the enemies themselves—if you tend to be inaccurate with weapons, you may struggle to take down these enemies swiftly and effectively and you may end up wasting a lot of precious ammo. As if to add insult to injury, Murphy’s blood remains on the ground as a sick reminder of your failures and a foreboding warning to not suffer the same fate again. There is without a doubt a slight learning curve here, but you do get used to the physics as you begin to utilise Murphy’s abilities in the caves more often. Local co-op and Remote Play co-op already available (Online co-op will be introduced within the game’s Early Access period).
In the base story mode
In the base story mode, you’ll find three basic difficulties to choose from. Expedition is the easiest and has a focus more on the exploration of the caves and the story rather than the enemies within them—fewer enemies will appear, and your spelunking will be a lot easier if you wish to experience the story mostly uninterrupted. Deep Exploration is the default difficulty chosen at the beginning of the game—a normal number of enemies will appear, and you will still be able to fully immerse yourself in the story. Intense Exploration is exactly what it sounds like on the tin—you’ll be allowed much fewer deaths in this mode and a higher number of enemies will spawn to make your life hell. With well over 20 hours of gameplay in the story mode alone. Deep Rock Galactic Deluxe Edition
you also have the option to play through a challenge mode which has a wide array of its own settings to choose from. These challenges range from finding data disks within a randomly generated cave system to co-op split screen challenges that require you to escape the caves together. The addition of these challenge modes adds so much depth and fun to an already enjoyable experience and are fun to dive into if you feel frustrated from the main story mode. The ambience and music also work wonders to add to the already ominous atmosphere. As you explore, you’ll hear the caves reverb your footsteps, gunshots and even the buzz of the alien creature’s wings. Some of the enemies are even attracted to your equipment and the noises and lights they create.
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: MS Windows 7, 8, 10
Processor: Intel Core2Duo E7400
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
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