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Ice Station Zero

by Slasher

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File size: 25.7 MB
Downloaded: 529 times
Graphics: 320x200, 32-bit color
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19 Nov 2020
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Made for Nov 2020 MAG...

Ice Station Zero: an outpost at the north pole for US military to escape attack from enemy forces.

For five days the facility has been hit by snow blizzards of minus 60 degrees and gales up to 40 miles an hour.Things seemed fine until the main generator failed and you are now on aux power, but that won't last long.The men are desperate. You won't survive for long on aux power and the main generator must be fixed.What's more, strange things have been happening: equipment is being taken and several of the teams husky's have gone missing!
The last outpost team there vanished without a trace.
The race against the cold snow to repair the main generator begins. You soon learn that the radio aerial has gone down and needs fixing so that Central Control can be informed of your situation.

During the course of the repairs a fellow team member is seen rushing into a snow cave. Something sinister may be happening and you intend to find out what it is!

Game includes a body heat meter...
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8 people commented on this game (newest first):

A good Slasher's vintage. The drops of temperature can be very sudden but they're not too taxing. The game is quite long and the suspense builds adequately.
2021-01-03 20:01:14 by Creamy
Another entry in Slasher's portfolio. Solid enough game with good adhesion to the theme and nice variety of puzzles.
2020-12-27 17:07:33 by Intense Degree
Atmospheric game set in an arctic outpost where you have to save everyone from freezing to death. I liked it quite a bit.
2020-12-21 16:02:18 by heltenjon
More a short thriller visual novel than a game. Good environment despite its simple graphics and puzzles.
2020-12-09 19:34:04 by JoseanCastillo
Very nice atmospheric piece. You can really feel the cold and isolation in this one. Puzzles aren't difficult, and really enjoyed the effective use of simple animations to bring the game to life. The two-frame jumping animation of the generator running made me giggle, reminded me of early LucasArts. :)
2020-12-07 18:46:00 by The Great Underground Empire
I enjoyed this game.

I think the story has a solid backbone, and probably with more development time to refine the characters, it would have been even better. The sound and visuals captured the theme of "snow" quite well. The solutions to the puzzles were refreshingly direct. There was only one solution that left me confused.

Well done!
2020-12-07 12:32:17 by TheBitPriest
I feel a bit cold. This game gets the feeling of snow and ice across fairly well, due to graphics and story, at least in the beginning. In the second half of the game, the story takes a slightly strange and unnecessary turn, as if a surprise was needed (it wasn't - I liked the simple story just fine.)

The puzzles are on the easier side, so that it only takes about 30 minutes to complete this game, despite a fairly slow walking speed. I liked the idea of a body heat meter, though a stronger connection to the game play would have been nice.

I wouldn't say this is one of Slasher's better games, but it's still fairly solid.
2020-12-03 08:30:01 by Sinitrena
good atmospheric game
2020-11-23 05:05:44 by lanchong
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