Climate change obliges, the Cold War remains topical … A time that R. Studio attended with Boris the rocket, the adventure of a Soviet exile in the great Sibrian north, forced to devote its existence to launching missiles. Its mission is to identify and identify enemy warheads as soon as the alarm goes off, and then configure anti-missile missiles according to their type, using a number of increasingly complicated features that aid puzzles. And the task also requires collecting resources to restore and improve the arsenal, which means you will be exposed to the freezing cold as well as possible alcoholic bears around the bunker. Suffice it to say that our patriot barely has time to cook, distill vodka, play balalaka or play with Russian dolls. Since it is a permanent race against time, this is the main source of interest on these routine days. The pressure is further heightened by optional objectives, so bonus packages and upgrade skills are invaluable in getting through. Repetitive, stressful, often brutal due to its well-calibrated challenge, this survival game is nonetheless strangely fascinating and even addicting. Is it due to his awkward subversive humor, his 51st Zone music, his limited and open universe, or his cohort of mistakes that even his distant ancestor Silent Service once knew how to avoid? Secret and babushka.
by Yann Bernard