Atrio: The Dark Wild is a game bordering between an adventure and strategy game, as well as simulation and tower defense genres. It was developed by the independent studio Isto.
Atrio: The Dark Wild puts the player in the role of a nameless android, tasked with restoring a place known as Station 3. As it turns out, the game's world hides more secrets than it initially seems. It's up to the player to find out where all the people have gone, what are the giant sculptures for and what the android's real objective is.
The gameplay in Atrio: The Dark Wild is shown from an isometric perspective. Throughout the game our objective is to build complex and efficient (and therefore properly optimized) systems to provide our base with power, necessary resources and defensive capabilities against the aggressive wildlife.
To do so we must head out into the wilderness, where we capture half-mechanical, half-organic creatures; they play specific roles in our production lines. Our android cannot fight, so each time it ventures into the wild, it must stay vigilant, avoid enemy attacks and outsmart its foes. That's the only way to capture them, transport them to the base and use them in automated procedures.
In addition to the main story mode, Atrio: The Dark Wild features a sandbox mode, in which we can play the game freely with no restrictions nor objectives.
Atrio: The Dark Wild's visuals are simple, though colorful and easy-to-read.
Last updated on 19 January 2023
Game mode: single player
Age restrictions Atrio: The Dark Wild: 12+
Atrio: The Dark Wild System requirements
PC / Windows
- Intel Core i5-8250U 3.4 GHz
- 2 GB RAM
- graphic card Intel HD or better
- 4 GB HDD
- Windows 10 64-bit