This War of Mine tests you in ways not many games do. The Game Club team find out the lengths they’re willing to go to stay alive during a siege. Not everyone makes it out alive.
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In this Episode – This War of Mine
We’re going to get into the nitty gritty of This War of Mine, so if you haven’t played it… go and do that then come back.
First we discuss our nerd week, and the news.
This War of Mine is available from:
- Charles – Unity, Zelda, Destiny on TTS, Catherine’s waterbottle
- Daniel – Star Wars marathon
About This War of Mine
This War of Mine is a war survival video game developed and published by 11 bit studios. The game, inspired by the Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War,
Initial release date: 14 November 2014
Developer: 11 bit studios
Genre: Survival game
Publisher: 11 bit studios
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Android, Xbox One, iOS, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh operating systems, Linux
Nominations: The Game Award for Games For Change
- Inspired by real-life events
- Control your survivors and manage your shelter
- Craft weapons, alcohol, beds or stoves – anything that helps you survive
- Make decisions – an often unforgiving and emotionally difficult experience
- Randomized world and characters every time you start a new game
- Charcoal-stylized aesthetics to complement the game’s theme
This War of Mine Game Discussion:
This week in Game Club we play This War of Mine and discuss the experience. From three very different points of view we discover the choices you make in War can come to define you and those you survive with.
Game Club Overview
- Recap of This War of Mine
- Listeners’ comments on the game
- What we loved about This War of Mine
- Some control issues and what we didn’t like
- Does Game Club recommend This War of Mine?
- Take the Game Club Quiz to see who’s a Gameposter!
- And More…
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