Radiation Island is a survival adventure game where you craft your own destiny in a huge open world environment. As part of the Philadelphia Experiment you have become stranded in a parallel, alternate reality. Discover this new and mysterious world, with all its surprises. Use everything you find to survive it and solve its puzzle to get back to the real world.
Follow your own path in an environment of breathtaking beauty and gigantic scope. Explore huge forests inhabited by dangerous wolves, bears and mountain lions. Investigate abandoned villages and old military compounds where zombies guard vital tools, weapons and clues to the secrets of this world. You can even swim and dive, if you can avoid the hungry crocodiles.
Hunt wild animals, fish or gather fruits to overcome hunger. Mine for resources and craft weapons, tools and basic vehicles. Find hidden treasures, equipment and fire arms to prevail in a world full of perils: radiation, anomalies, harsh weather and enraged zombies.
Experience the full day-night cycle and face the dangers of darkness and cold.
Survive and beat the game to unlock multiplayer mode: fight other real players online in a closed arena for valuable resources.
GAME CENTER, AirPlay and iCloud
iCloud support is integrated so players can save and share progress across devices. AirPlay lets you play the game on larger displays via Apple TV. Climb the Game Center leaderboards, challenge friends and unlock dozens of achievements.
Fixed crash on OSX El Capitan
Ratings and Reviews
I’m glad I bought this game...
This game is a great game. I hesitated to purchase it because of the price, but I am glad I did finally get it. The one issue I did have with it, was the game is too short. It has great playability, and replayability. It’s nicely designed in that the each separate islands are the same but different. All the animals are differnt in what will kill them faster. The process for manufacturing is nicely done. Day and night times are equally set up for different tasks. This game becomes a stratigy game as well as a survival game. It really makes one think about what is important for the next task. It was really well designed over all. Once I played it once, the second time around was considerably much shorter though, as seeing I knew what to do to survivr longer and what to craft to feed myself for longer periods. I still plan on playing it more than one time in the future.
I have a few times when the game closed out on me, but I never lost my progress or items in my pack. I just waited for the computer to reopen it and i was back where I was kicked out. I am on a MacBook Pro bought in 2011. Game was not buggy for the most part, or did I have mant other isses that others have wrote about.
good game, needs a little work
Good game, controls take a little getting used to, the mouse is for controlling the camera and WASD for movement. The keys don't work very well, for example pressing "E" is supposed to interact but doesn't work half the time.
looks like an amazing game
This is not an action game. Just checking it out briefly, it’s already intriguing. The user has to collect items and build a bunch of stuff, like weapons and shelter. This is not easy. The first basic tools are no use for hunting or defending against the occasional zombie. Luckily, the zombies don't seem to be able to get into any (or some) of the buildings. Beware of nighttime: All of a sudden, my character was freezing and couldn't keep warm. Complete darkness set in, and I had no light. My food was running out quickly. I jumped into the first heat source, which turned out to be a radiated room.
Compatibility with El Capitan: On the first attempt, the mouse cursor was missing. Reopening the game took care of that.
- ATYPICAL GAMES LLC
- 1.4 GB
OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2015 - Atypical Games
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