Green Hell is pure survival for the really die-hard. The developers of Creepy Jar manage to challenge you as a player.
Green Hell's game mode
There is a story and a free player mode in Green Hell. 4 levels of difficulty are available. You can set how hungry you can get, how sane your character is, and if there is an AI opponent. The game has an extremely steep learning curve. You will be explained as little as possible and you will be given a notebook in which new techniques are written. This includes, for example, how to build a shelter or drinking water.
The Story of Green Hell
The plot has a time course of about 20 hours. Schmitz is an anthropologist who has to survive in the Amazon rainforest with his wife. Your wife wants to make contact with the natives of the jungle. The radio contact breaks off, you fall down an embankment and find yourself alone and disoriented in the jungle. You complete tasks in different areas. You have to defend yourself against the warlike part of the natives. You have to save your wife from the natives.
Your goal in free play is survival. Green Hell is a single player survival game. At the beginning you have a smartwatch available. On it you will find the time, a compass and a nutrient meter. Here you can see the needs of your game character. The game world is teeming with life. Armadillos, colorful birds, snakes and jaguars make your life difficult. Every sound is important to you. The combat system could have been more mature in Green Hell.
The greatest strength of the game is the survival simulator. You have to eat and get full, you need to drink and take in enough carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It starts with eating small animals, which you first have to catch, to hunting with arrows and ground.
Mental health is also important in survival. If you eat maggots for protein, you lose sanity. Industrial cheese tends to help you stay sane. Declining sanity leads to hallucinations. Injuries do the rest too.
Green Hell puts you in pure survival mode. You really get the feeling of staying in the jungle. Nature is friend and foe at the same time. The game is difficult and not to be underestimated. You'll learn a lot about survival for that. Apart from the weak story, Green Hell scores with the free play mode. If you are looking for a challenging survival game, you will find exactly what you are looking for here.
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