Black Resin 1.07
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Black Resin Review
Last Updated: 2021-01-04 20:38:54
Low budget indie games tend to be some of the most creative around, assuming they aren't just flipping assets poorly in Unity. Without the budget to create an epic, the creators instead need to focus on one unique feature to make their games stick out. From these restrictions come some truly inventive concepts. One of them is Black Resin, a game where you control an ink monster who can possess people as well as traverse any surface.
To play Black Resin, simply unzip the files and run the executable.
In this game, you play as a monster who has a variety of abilities. One, you can walk right up walls or on ceilings just by simply jumping on them. You can also possess people by landing right on top of them, at which point your control scheme will change to reflect that person's abilities. Despite its status as a reverse horror game, it plays out more like a puzzle game, where you have to find the solution to the current room to progress.
One of the things this game does very well is environmental storytelling. Without any cutscenes, you'll quickly learn that there are two different factions here. One technologically advanced faction that's decked out with futuristic gear, and another faction that's more shamanistic and religious looking. You'll come across these two factions fighting each other throughout the levels, and some puzzles have you needing to exploit that to progress. Don't worry, though. There is also an interesting story that's told traditionally through cutscenes.
All in all, Black Resin is a very interesting game that will only get better as the developers keep working on it.
Black Resin Requirements and Limitations
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