Floatlands is a very stylish first person survival-exploration shooter, in which you play a robot who explores, hunts, gathers resources and complete quests on beautiful procedurally generated low poly worlds that are packed with indigenous life.
The low poly worlds of Floatlands look like a joy to explore, with biomes (such as desert and snow) split up into different floating islands, each with their own unique weather, flora and fauna. You can hunt and gather resources to build a large base and fortify it to defend against enemies in tower defense-style gameplay, or you can go out exploring, discovering points of interest and embark on quests to gather rewards and level up your character.
Electricity is also a big factor in Floatlands, with you able to use generators to power lights and defenses – as long as you have enough fuel for them to work. Another fun feature is its advanced projectile system that allows projectiles to bounce off of surfaces and penetrate walls, making for some entertaining combat possibilities. It’ll be playable in single player or online multiplayer and the devs also promise to listen to player feedback and to release regular updates that will strive to keep the game relevant and exciting to play.
It’s a great looking game that adds some great twists to the first person survival genre. The only issue for us is that those low poly animals look so adorable that we won’t have the heart to hunt them down!