Feist feels like a nightmare but plays like a dream.
As a furry critter who’s been captured by a tribe of predatory beasts, you embark on a journey that takes you through a strikingly beautiful (and relentlessly lethal) silhouetted landscape.
Surviving this physics-driven platformer takes skill, cunning and the ability to improvise. Can’t find a stick to use as a weapon? Hurl a pine cone at an oversized fly, then carry around the stunned creature, launching stingers at your foes. Roll a boulder over a group of agile spiders before they overwhelm you. Or trick a barb-slinging caterpillar into peppering his pal with thorns.
Death comes in many forms – from crafty creatures to natural hazards. But these exhilarating encounters rarely play out the same way twice.
A lumbering beast might knock you senseless with a thrown rock, or he might accidentally hit a trip wire trap and get beaned by a falling log. The complex enemy A.I., melded with slick physics, leads to all kinds of awesomely unpredictable moments.