The Thing is a third Person survival horror video game developed by Computer Artworks and published Muhammad Niaz 8 December 2013. The game begins at U.S. Outpost 31 in Antarctica, several days after the events of the original film. A team of U.S. special forces have arrived to investigate both the U.S. camp and the nearby Norwegian camp.
One of the main features of the game is the inclusion of non-player characters who join the main player character, Blake. These characters are divided into three classes (medic, engineer and soldier) and can be ordered to perform certain actions according to that class, such as healing other team mates or fixing equipment. The game uses a “fear system” and a “trust system” when dealing with the NPCs who join Blake. In the trust system, Blake must gain the trust of his teammates or they will refuse to carry out his commands. Killing Things, handing out ammo, healing teammates, or using the test-kits to show teammates that Blake is not infected increases their trust. Accidentally shooting teammates, taking away their weapons or ammo or pointing a weapon at them decreases their trust. In the fear system, the NPCs react to the environment around them. If an area is covered in blood, has no illumination or features a lot of wreckage, the NPC may become fearful. If the level of fear increases they will start shaking and ignoring orders from Blake. If their fear is still not dealt with, they may attack Blake, commit suicide or die from fright. Blake can combat fear by giving his teammates adrenaline shots or moving them away from the area.
As the game is set in several locations in Antarctica, when Blake is outdoors, as well as a regular health meter, he also has a temperature meter. If this meter reaches zero, the player will then gradually begin to lose health.
Weaponry for Blake includes pistols, grenades, sniper rifles, flamethrowers, shotguns, submachine guns, assault rifles, grenade launchers and fixed heavy machine guns. Other items that can be found during the game are health packs, explosives and ammunition, portable test-kits and adrenaline injections.
System= Pentium IV CPU 1.7 GHz
RAM= 512 MB
Size= 246.3 MB
Video Memeory= 64 MB
OS= Windows 98 ME 2000 XP Vista 7 and Windows 8
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