Exoplanet: FC is an Action/RPG game set in a "space western" world. The unique spirit of Wild West, frontier and gold rush is taken to a beautiful but dangerous planet named K'Tharsis. The core mechanics of the game is the 3rd person shooter with deep gunplay, combined with balanced RPG-system. Our game honors the old school RPG's values, but also evolves to a new level of interactivity. The classic RPG-trinity “kill, steal, convince” is improved with a new feature: “use interactive environment”! Various animals and plants could be used as weapons, vehicles or powerful gadgets etc. You start your adventures on K'Tharsis as Jack Sharp, a space nomad, who has lost his starship and was enslaved by some criminals. You must recover your freedom and avenge your foes. Explore the dangerous planet and its darkest secrets! Become a part of epic events and fascinating stories! Be prepared to take hard choices and be ready to face consequences! It's up to you to be a hero or a villain!
We are introducing new monster into the game, check the description and the video inside.
Posted by alersteam.md on Sep 30th, 2013
Genetically modified organisms are not a rarity any more, nevertheless C’rucas definitely stands out. Created by gene-hackers of Stigma planet, this hybrid of a rat and reptile was meant to fight against minor local vermin. The plan was to reduce population of species that damage crops or hunt livestock, and by the time it would happen, C’rucas would have been removed too. Geneticists put a deadly gene into C’rucas’ DNA, which was designed to eliminate the animal’s reproductive function after activation. Unfortunately, just like good old rats from Earth, C’rucas are exceptionally good at adapting to adverse conditions.Many C’rucas managed to settle inside cargo modules of smugglers’ spaceships. To do successful interstellar travel, one must stock up huge amount of provisions. And that’s where C’rucas’ heaven is! The unique nature of every world C’rucas had been at changed their DNA slightly, resulting in a brand new breed of the animal, which appeared to be absolutely immune to the deadly gene.