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Post by Eorl @ 04:48pm 05/02/15 | 1 Comments
With a tagline like "the sea does not forgive, and it will not forgive you," you can imagine what type of game Sunless Sea is. Launching on Steam today, indie developer Failbetter Games has revealed a new trailer showing the Fallen London spin-off in action, and boy is it brutal.

While Sunless Sea has been available on Early Access for some time now, the perilous sea adventures are now official. As a top-down survival game, Sunless Sea tasks you with captaining a ship, trading goods and fighting off enemies as you try to live out your days doing whatever it is you'd like. The game's map is also procedurally generated, meaning each time you play you'll find something completely different to your last life.

Sunless Sea is available now through Steam for both Windows and Mac OS X. You can also check out the launch trailer below for a beautifully crafted idea of what the game can hold in your perilous journey.

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Posted 10:04am 06/2/15
This actually looks pretty cool.
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