2D Underwater Explorer “Anoxemia” Gets 28th March Release for PS4 and Xbox One
Gamers will be treated to the 2D underwater, story-driven exploration title Anoxemia for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 28th March 2017!
Anoxemia has been developed by BSK Games. It’ll be published by BadLand Games. Check out the tension inducing trailer!
Here’s the official synopsis:
The world slowly recovers from a devastating war fought in the distant past. Play as Dr. Bailey, a scientist tasked with collecting samples from a dangerous underwater region covered in acid. The mission is difficult enough – but things quickly take a turn for the worse when your submarine crashes against the ocean floor … and you lose all contact with the surface.
In Anoxemia, your primary goal is to search the ocean floor as you discover and extract samples from underwater caves. Poison drifts, powerful ocean currents, mines left over from the war, and malfunctioning machines need to be dealt with carefully – and it helps to have the operations drone ATMA on your side. Move fast – or you’ll run out of oxygen! Fortunately, you can equip ATMA (and your suit) with items and upgrades found on the ocean floor – increasing your odds of survival.
If you happen to see a flash of light – or hear an echoing noise from the distance – you’ll quickly realize there are some dangers you must face. Dangers you don’t even know exist. Dangers from within…
The key features of the game include:
* Experiencing a unique sci-fi horror story that unfolds at a deliberate pace while you play.
* Exploring 38 levels of unique underwater terrain.
* Finding and equipping several different items and upgrades.
* Solving puzzles that require quick reflexes and clever thinking.
* Entering the mind of your character through an insightful voiced narrative.
You can buy Anoxemia as a digital download for the PS4 and Xbox One on 28th March for $7.99 / €7.99 / £6.39.
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