Download Surviving The Aftermath PC Game 2020

Download Surviving The Aftermath

Size to download: 1.17 GB. Version: v 1.21.2.1256 - Founder&# 039; s Edition | Early Access [New Version]

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Memory: 4 GB
Processor: Intel iCore i5-2500K or AMD Phenom II x6 1090t
Storage: 3.1 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
OS: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64 bits)
Year: 2020
Developer: Iceflake Studios Oy
Version: v 1.21.2.1256 - Founder&# 039; s Edition | Early Access [New Version]

Create your colony survivors after the end of the world in Surviving the Aftermath and take control over all aspects of its livelihoods. Travel through the random worldly world and explore 6 different biomes. Survive in difficult conditions, increase possessions and go to the wild environment outside your home.

Survive on Earth filled with fossil, materials, gangsters, various locations, natural disasters and many others. Each biome has its own conditions affecting many aspects of your colony. Choose a terrain and start shut off the city. Create gates, and after go out through them to explore the distant corners of the world. I hide more than 45 specialists with our own useful skills and skills for successful survival. Build farms, residential buildings, workshops, protective structures, scenery and other.

Traveling around the world, you can stumble upon a gangsters or another settlement. Or protect your possessions from attacks and pump characters. Find improved weapons, craft equipment and increase the abilities of the wards. You need to take heavy solutions to form the right nature of the future civilization.

Construction, send specialists to explore new lands, mining resources, touch with enemies and do everything to survive in a dangerous world. Save against a variety of natural disasters. Some biomes include unique weather conditions that can be both useful and bad for successful survival.

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