Frozen state is a game about adversities of existence and surviving in the dilapidated, Siberian city Duga 40. The city, where an extraterrestrial parasite has obliterated the population, causing infected people to become vicious alien hybrids.
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An alternative universe where mankind had made huge technological breakthroughs in many areas of life and science, during 1930s. The cause of this tremendous leap was something that Soviet science expedition discovered at the place of Tunguska Event. The wreckage of a spaceship and its cargo.
Sky gave humans an unexpected present which spurred their technological progress. Micro-electronics, the first computers, robotics, nuclear fusion, the development of laser systems and wireless communication.
However, every medal has a reverse side. Humankind were playing with "fire" and violently burnt itself. An unknown form of life was found in the on of those artefacts, a tiny endospore which were deadly dangerous for any living creature. It broke out from the laboratories' walls and infected 70% of the earth population. The parasite adapts and transforms human's body to its own needs, turning its victims into vicious monsters, hybrids.
We want to build our game based on the three pillars: exploration, terrifying atmosphere and replayability. Make it in a way that whenever you start a new game you can discover some new bits of the story, locations, weapons and so on.
You'll be able to choose and play for one of three main protagonists, who struggle to survive in a hostile environment of a bombed out secret city. Each of the characters has it's own unique history, set of default abilities supplemented by random perks which will have significant influence of the gameplay.
Hide, scavenge, discover and kill or be killed.
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