Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: 7z
SHA1 Hash: 35f7d90a40067971304c2950c8a0bafd72188033 Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 12.2 MB
Downloads: 155 License: Free
Habitat is a free game by ManHunter and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Habitat which is 12.2 MB in size and belongs to the games category Exploration, Sandbox, Survival, Casual. Habitat was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 1.
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Science is advanced enough nowadays to be able to simulate a variety of conditions and scenarios, including some that sound like bad science fiction to people from half a century ago. Thus, we can grow meat in the laboratory and turn elements into gold, but we can even modify life itself and create new organisms that follow rules imposed by us.
Explore a synthetic environment and survive its perils
Habitat is a 3D exploration game in which you play the role of a microorganism created by scientists, and the goal is to consume food in order to grow and survive all the other dangers. It sounds easier than it is, on the other hand, especially since the game has a few technical problems you have to watch out for as well, plus a couple of bad design choices.
To begin with, you are provided with a tutorial and a set of instructions regarding what your purpose is and how to control the spherical organism. However, you see this tutorial every time you start a new game, which is mighty annoying, especially since you have to skip through it manually. On top of that, the rules are simple enough to be written a menu somewhere anyway.
Basic graphics and annoying enemies
Most of your time is spent eating food and moving around at all times, because you never know when an enemy rushes toward you. Since it only takes one touch to kill you and reset your progress, it’s best if you avoid death for as long as possible. However, this makes it difficult to enjoy the exploration bit, especially if you are constantly trying to look in two directions at once.
Speaking of which, the level design is very repetitive and unimpressive, mainly because it’s all a big field with the occasional tree and a few bushes. The enemies do not really come in multiple varieties, which means that there’s nothing exciting in that department either. Even so, you can still have fun with the game if you are up for a challenge.
More work is needed for the game to be fun
Even if Habitat has a pretty interesting idea to work with, the truth is that the experience gets stale after only a few minutes of gameplay. In addition, the annoying tutorial is also very stressful, at least if you are not the patient type.