Land of Echoes - a turn based post-apocalyptic survival game for PC

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    Land of Echoes - a turn based post-apocalyptic survival game for PC
    • realistic survival system where each step is relevant;
    • changing weather conditions, food poisoning, diseases, radiation, injuries, pain, bleeding, physical condition, morale etc.
    • create camps to rest, cook food, craft items or medicine;
    • many fellow survivors to talk, trade or fight with;
    • huge amount of different items and gadgets with own stats and values (Clothing, Vehicle parts, Food, Drinks, Medicine, Tools, Bags, Armor, Weapons with attachments and many more);
    • vehicle with fuel and oil consumption. Spare parts and tools are needed to repair.
    • detailed, realistic map and moody locations;
    ...and of course
    • No monsters, no zombies, no last boss etc.!
    • No magic, no paranormal events!
    sorry ;)

    Screenshots:
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    For full information and game video check out our indiegogo campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/land-of-echoes#/

    Comments, thoughts and suggestions are greatly appreciated - every little bit of support matters.
     

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