Thursday 11th August 2022,
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Greenlight Grab: Abyss Uncharted

Greenlight Grab: Abyss Uncharted

Who has the time to trawl through the hundreds of games on Steam Greenlight? We do! and we do it so you don’t have to, here are what we think is the best Steam Greenlight has to offer, this time we’d like to introduce you to…..

Abyss Uncharted

In Abyss Uncharted you play as a great scientist that has come to the end of his life. Your partner, a robot called Ada, transmits your consciousness into a machine, so that you may continue your life in a new way ( yep, I don’t get it either, but I don’t think the story is going to be the selling point here). Years later, your character stumbles upon some ancient ruins. Within these ruins is the Creator Relic, the ancient device that holds the key to creating life. However, there are many foes and ancient machines guarding the relic. So, while Ada tries to unlock the secrets of the ancient relic, you reside in your remote laboratory, strategically planning your defence against the evil within. You can download the first 7 levels here…

Abyss Uncharted is a Tower Defence game with a twist (Now the interesting bit). In incorporates traditional Tower Defence gameplay with survival and platforming. Each level, Ada is transmitted using the energizer machine into the underground Abyss. Whilst Ada explores underground, you will be able to observe the enemies and the terrain. When the energizer machine is recharged, Ada will be automatically sent back. Before this happens, Ada needs to have found all of the ancient relics. When controlling Ada, you need to balance between build mode, placing turrets to protect Ada, and then switching to exploration mode, searching for the ancient relics to complete the level. You also need to find gems to upgrade your turrets.

  • More than 15 kinds of turrets
    Each turret has two extension slots, for a variety of upgrade components
  • 6 special skills, for emergency protection of Ada.
  • 4 sections 30 levels
  • 6 Secret levels
  • Multiple difficulty modes
  • Various alternate styles for Ada and the turrets


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About The Author

I'm Ian and I'm a gamer, I've been addicted to video games for as long as I remember. I started off experimenting with the Atari 2600 just causal use, now and then, I moved onto try other things through the years but I could handle it, I was still in control, until a friend introduced me to the NES and ever since then video games have been part of my life..

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