3079 is a futuristic, open-world action first-person role playing game. You arrive on a planet experiencing constant war. It is your duty to find out why the warring factions cannot find peace on their own & hopefully restore it yourself. All areas, buildings, items, quests and characters are randomly generated. You will find unique lands & challenges. I hope you enjoy it! "Just want to say again that this is a great game! For those of you who feel like its a minecraft copy just beacuse of the cube textures used you really need to rethink what a game is about! The game play of 3079 is nothing like minecraft it is pretty unique as well as how the weapons all have diffrent stats and colors kind of reminds me of Borderlands. However it is still an original idea for a game and i still play it from time to time. You should at least try the demo and if you like it please buy it and support fruit! :D Still give it a 9/10 ! Best Regards, Adam" -- SeaNanners Sequel @ 3089game.wordpress.com
Very promising, but limited because of the following:
- Slow player movement
- Texture quality
- Hard to follow instructions (e.g. finding a person wearing a star is next to impossible)
- Very bare maps
Having said that, this game's got a good engine, a storyline, and that's a good start. I reckon the sequel will fix some of the above listed issues, and hopefully all of them.
In conclusion, definitely worth a shot.
I'd categorize this as a surreal RPG shooter. You can level up your character by performing tasks and collect items of higher level with randomly jumbled stats. Kind of like Borderlands or any sort of dungeon crawlwer.
Combat can be fun and hectic outdoors but the AI can't handle indoor navigation. Some weapons and items destroy the environment which can lead to entertaining afterbattle scenes or tactical options in battle.
Missions and the storyline feel pretty rough and simple. I gave up after the main storyline pitted me up against a boss that kept insta-killing me before I could get close.
I spent a fair amount of time exploring and getting better and better gear so it does have entertainment value if you like that kind of pointless grind. Whether the price reflects the fun you'll get out of it is hard to say. There are a lot of games with higher polish and complexity for less money. I was a little bummed when I bought it and it was soon announced that little else was to be added in the future. This is just a risk when buying "alpha" games.
So yes, the demo reflects well what the game is and probably will always be. if you like it, buy it.