oregon trail but you have to relieve yourself like any normal person:
Recent community posts
"My job is to fix chains. I go down with my hyperbaric welder, and descend to fix massive steel chains. I work furiously, welding the chains to keep the runes lit, to keep them strong, to resist the endless struggle, for every second that the chains are weak are a second that it can try to escape. It knows that I am trying to restrain it, and it relishes the seconds where I struggle to use my hyperbaric welder. Still, my duty persists, alone in the depths of the sea. My job is to fix chains."
Really liked the game's aesthetic, and how dryly cut/detached a lot of the commentary is (eg. something that looks horrible and just came into existence has a terminology,) reminds me a lot of the SCP Foundation and HL2's Combine. 5/5 stars, would play again.
(Also I ripped some assets from the game just to *try* to make the Axiom Research Station pre-incident, not sure if that's alright with you)
I got the living daylights scared out of me, 10/10. Also some of the wacky stuff I found (I aint gonna say where.) I also wrote a little diary entry about what happened before with colorful language, but even though I blurred out the foul language, I think it's too spoiler heavy to put here.
I'd really like for there to be less radio telescopes to maintain- because there are times where the sheer number of radio telescopes makes it impossible to get to repairing them. How about 3-4 instead? (Also, I clicked on the suspended account link, saw something unsafe for man, spent several seconds confused and while trying to close it, clicked the god forsaken image, saw something else that I have no words for, went to my history and nearly erased all my browsing history.)
question: how are the aliens able to more or less seamlessly integrate their anatomy into inanimate modern warfare vehicles and passenger vehicles (eg. tanks, that one passenger plane, fighter jets and attack helicopters) while being able to control these vehicles for hours on end