In Atrium: The Dark Wild you are an android in an abandoned neon cyber city. Everything is dark, the city is full of rogue and cruel cyborg animals and the lights have to be turned on again. It's an open world survival game fused with an automation factory building game. Also, since these are horrible dog things with push plates for heads coming out of the darkness to kill you, you’re likely to get scared at least once.
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As your character gets to explore the city, restore its functions, and find new things as you unravel a narrative mystery, but also create a base. A base with many conveyor belts and throwing objects and push plate dogs that you have captured and turned into factory parts. You also need to keep your base defenses automated, as you’re exploring so much, adding a new twist to this hybrid genre. It's a bit like playing a simple Factory, but you also have to deal with the dangerous expeditions of Don & # 39; t Starve outside the comfortable walls of your base.
If you like these types of games, there’s also a small video from the developers on how they held a contest for people who tried the demo and, well, they did a lot of things that the developers didn’t anticipate.
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You can find Atrium: The Dark Wild on Steam, where there is a demo, at least until Steam Next Fest ends tomorrow. We have also compiled a list of our own 16 favorite Steam Next Fest demos and a list of files demos of 52 games announced at E3 on Steam. If you want to play it, act fast: Steam Next Fest closes at 9:00 GMT on June 22 and the demos.