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Submitted by combocaster 1134d ago | review

Miasmata Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

Miasmata before the name of a game is the poisonous atmosphere or mist from the decomposition of bodies that originally was thought to be the means of progação the Black Death. In game embody Robert Hughes, a scientist on a quest to discover a cure. The adventure begins on the coast of a remote island and mysterious. Long ago, the island was inhabited by a group of Indians, whose existing monuments still adorn the landscape of the island.
The island is home to an outpost of scientific research and their hope is to meet with your colleagues who work there. Unfortunately, they will soon discover that something went terribly wrong. During the adventure, will meet a mysterious and deadly creature. This creature can chase you for miles lurking behind cover. They have to walk with care and discretion in order to be able to elude the creature. If we neglect however, will be forced to confront the creature head on. (Miasmata, PC) 8.1/10

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