Into The Breach is fiddly, tactical game where I have often taken three or four minutes to consider a single turn, so watching someone beat the game in less than twelve minutes is pretty impressive.
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You should play Into The Breach, the brilliant new game from the makers of FTL. And if you are playing Into The Breach, here are some key tips that will help you get better at squashing aliens.
Into the Breach depicts a conflict between human civilisation and giant alien bugs. Dialogue is scant and world building is pretty minimal. The game is primarily interested in throwing puzzles and tactical obstacles your way.
But the game's mechanics often intersect with its characterisations in interesting ways, and I wouldn't think about Into the Breach in the same way without them.
Earlier this month, a hentai game blew up. It wasn't the sex, though: people were talking about the game because of the incredibly detailed character creator. It's not the first time a game has exploded largely due to a character creator.
For weeks I've been hearing about a game that is supposedly the shit. Literally every word I've heard has been nothing but high praise, which has been frustrating because I haven't been able to play it, and it looks precisely like everything I'd want.
That game is Into The Breach, the latest game from the makers of FTL. It's out on Wednesday, followed by a bunch of interesting indies ranging from top-down shooters to ninja simulators to indigenous adventure games and even a game about ... morse code.