Atrio: The Dark Wild features a darkly humorous Sci-Fi fusion of survival and Factorio-esque automation gameplay as disposable androids exploit the environment to keep the lights on and keep the creatures in the darkness at bay.
Previously featured on Alpha Beta Gamer during the Alpha sign up is a dark Sci-Fi survival game with automated factory building elements. In the game you take control of a series of expendable androids who work for a mysterious company. The androids are sent out on missions in a dark and dangerous world where light is the only thing that keeps away the creatures that lurk in the shadows.
Initially the gameplay leans much more towards the survival elements, with you exploring, scavenging resources, crafting useful equipment and avoiding enemy attacks. However, as you progress you can start building assembly lines which do all the crafting for you, allowing you to focus one exploration and building up your base.
It’s a very promising game with a novel fusion of survival and automation gameplay, a great visual style, an intriguing game world and a delightfully dark sense of humor. Just make sure you don’t get too attached to your androids because they are VERY expendable!