The fan-loved puzzler is available for free until May 14th.
NExT Studios is happy to announce its accident puzzle simulator Death Coming is out now on the Epic Games Store. The game is free to download for a week, before going full price from May 14th at 3 PM UTC. Death Coming is a non-linear puzzle game where the player obtains the Reaper’s powers to experiment with ordinary objects and create extraordinary demises.
As the Reaper, the player will aim to recover its memories by producing accidents, with gameplay that is reminiscent of films like the Final Destination series. Embody the sinister hand of destiny by opening manholes, dropping air conditioners, and messing with beehives to bring more souls to the afterlife.
● Isometric ‘God’ Perspective. View your hunting grounds from a top-down perspective. Follow the lives of your targets and those out to stop you.
● Non-linear Design. Start with any character you want, and solve the puzzles in any order you like within the limits of the traps and weather conditions.
● Observe, Plan, Act. Observe the victims to find out their behavior and trigger traps at the right moment to be more efficient. The better you know their routines, the better you can prepare your moves.
● Reactive AI. Humans will hang around spots they like and will change their actions and behavior when something happens to them, such as seeing someone fall.
● A Particular Sense of Humor. From suburbia to missile factories, there’s always a wacky way to wreak havoc.
In addition to the launch of Death Coming on Epic Games Store, NExT Studios is currently running a beta phase for their upcoming animated roguelike RPG Crown Trick. The beta phase runs until May 20th and interested players can apply for a key to try it here.
Crown Trick is a beautifully animated roguelike RPG characterized by turn-based combat and skill-item interactive strategy. Players enter a labyrinth that shifts as they move, master the elements and uncover the mysteries of the underground world. Keep up to date with the latest Crown Trick updates on the official Twitter account.