About The Forest Game
Developers from Endnight Games are fond of open world survival horror genre and decided to chip in with their game simply called The Forest. The game plot gives us a hint that few survivors of a plane crash found themselves on an uninhabited (that was their first clue) island. The protagonist has a son whom he must find. It's easier said than done because of a variety of reasons. First of all, your character suffers thirst and feels hungry sometimes which means you have to satisfy these needs through hunting. Secondly, a rescuing mission is impossible without certain items that must be located and collected. As the game progresses, it becomes clear that you're not alone in The Forest. There is a tribe of despicable cannibals who are going to visit your settlement day and night to consume your flesh. So, you must fortify your shelter, place traps, and craft yourself some heavy mining equipment for both resupplying and self-defense. No one will explain crafting recipes to you so you'll have to make it by trial and error or lookup for it on the Internet. The exploration feature is represented in the vast cavernous system that hides the truth about the island and its inhabitants.
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The Forest game trailer
The brand new launch trailer introduces players to the The Forest
OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 5 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible
Additional Notes: 32bit windows users need to ensure they have at least 4gb of ram usable on their system.
The Forest gameplay video
The Forest review and gameplay of the game
Reviews The Forest Game
As the sole survivor of a passenger plane crash, you find yourself in a mysterious forest, fighting for survival against a society of man-eating mutants. Build, explore, survive in this terrifying first-person survival horror simulator.
- Unpredictable enemies constantly surprise you
- Exciting crafting and survival mechanics
- Exclusive use of sound to create anxiety and paranoia
- Effective environmental storytelling
- Playing with friends can be a lot of fun, but...
- ...scary moments do not linger when playing together
- Inventory management becomes more and more burdensome over time
- Some poor-quality visual effects disrupt your immersion