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The Shore is a Lovecraftian adventure game developed and published by Ares Dragonis. It was released on Steam for Microsoft Windows on February 19, 2021.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
This is a game about the mystery of the unknown, set on a forbidden island filled with horrors. Based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft, the story features many of his best-known creations and more. Players will see the world through the eyes of Andrew, a father in search of his lost daughter. Players will experience The Shore through immersive, atmospheric gameplay and encounter the most nightmarish Lovecraftian entities, all while solving mind-bending puzzles. The player has to try to survive as Andrew as he endeavors to save his daughter’s life and, perhaps, uncovering the secrets lurking within his own sanity.
Presented with a Lovecraftian style, as players dive deeper and deeper into the mystery, they’ll face a wide variety of odds, Andrew's moments that will make him insane, and a series of slow burn scenes. It’s only by mastering the artifacts of the old gods combat mechanic that they can stay one step ahead of the darkness that tries to swallow the world of his.
With the ghost of an action/mystery/horror play style and the mind of a psychological thriller, the shore's dramatic atmosphere, deep and multilayered story, and exceptionally tense,horrific, combat sequences provide players with an overwhelming and stunning gaming experience.
Features[edit | edit source]
- Stunning art design
- Immersive exploration experience
- Breathtaking enviroments, with every one of them a unique story to tell
- Challenging exploration, enter into unknown dimensions and come face to face with horrific entities that will try to stop you from gaining knowledge.
- Chilling atmosphere and tension, what can a human do against the fear of the unknown.
- Main storyline and a lot of background plot to be discovered by players
- Self made story inspired by Lovecraftian mythology