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Lost in Pacific

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Enter the world of everyday fight with the pure nature for your life. You will never know what tomorrow brings. You will decide, how well prepared you will wait for morning. Only some people can beat the nature in his own territory. Do you think, you are one of them?

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Here are some of key elements of the game:

  • story driven or sandbox survival
  • different difficulty levels: easy, normal, hard (realistic)
  • different time flow constants (real time vs. game 1 day period): 30 min, 1 hour, 2hour, for hardcore players 12 hour
  • 27 predefined scenario combinations from: normal, hot, cold, wet, dry, windy, calm
  • totally customizable weather parameters in custom scenario
  • weather models taken from real Pacific islands weather data
  • random, procedurally generated map
  • endless or ~4000 x 4000 km (2500 x 2500 miles) in story mode
  • island clusters with bigger distances between clusters
  • map making based on triangulation
  • map making based on Sextant
  • different island biomes: rocky, mixed, "green", maybe forest
  • fauna and flora dependent on actual latitude
  • realistic sun, moon and celestial bodies movement based on latitude and the season
  • realistic tides based on moon movement
  • realistic temperatures and weather parameters based on latitude and the season
  • tsunamis, typhoons and wide variety of atmospheric and oceanographic weather elements
  • modular rafts
  • building on rafts
  • realistic sailing mechanic
  • complex temperature system (sun, shadow, wind, rain …)
  • complex player stat system, every stat is dynamically changing over the time
  • achievement system
  • realistic material need in building (1 log is 1 log, 10 palm fronds are 10 palm fronds, …)
  • every crafting or building needs its time or crafting amount (hit by axe, hammer, …)
  • also 2 player coop mode
  • VR support