SKIDROW – Sheltered Free Download released on 16 Mar 2016 and this game by GOG for PC windows. File name for this game is setup_sheltered_188.8.131.52.exe. Sheltered is a game that follows a family that you create, made up of 2 parents, 2 kids and a family pet. Your family is in a fallout bunker hence sheltered and this is where you can start playing. The idea is to survive but how you do that it’s up to yourself.
Title: Sheltered SKIDROW Repacks
Text only: Português do Brasil, Deutsch, English, español, français, italiano, русский
Size: 471 MB
Date: 2016-03-15 Game Type: Strategy – Role-playing – Survival
Size: 1 Disc Protection: None
Version : GOG
Free Download Link Sheltered Full Version:
Review: Sheltered Full Version is so much fun, that I spent way too many hours playing it when I should have been sleeping. Don’t be fooled by the simpler design of this game, as it actually adds a lot to its charm. In the beginning you start out confused and lost as you struggle to keep your family alive and well. Every tiny decision you make, even mild, will somehow matter when that one unit of water could have prevented one of your characters from dying.
When you play more, the more you actually learn how you are supposed to do things the right way. Generally I really like the fact that the tutorial is ambiguous, this adds to the fear and confusion of what a real apocalypse would feel like. Intelligent players will enjoy the challenge of figuring things out for themselves, while others may find this annoying.
The pet feature is one of my favorite aspects with the game, as they add a lot of fun, and can prove to be extremely important in the future. I hope to see different pets added in the future, parrots, turtles, rabbits, and even cows could all have their own odd little perks. Skins on certain animals would also be awesome too, having a black cat, or a pug dog could add to the personalization and attachment to the creature.
Cons about this game would mainly lie on the lack of dialogue, and affects of recruiting certain people. Dialogue is often repeated and the same from every character, it would definitely be more interesting to see if what some says depending more on the traits you chose prior. Not to mention the fact that I got bored of the exact same diary entries all the time as they were almost all the same. Adding some diversity would really help enhance this.
-spoiler alert (kind of not really)- Time to address the pink elephant, the cannibal that randomly ends up being completely normal. I’m sure a lot of you have come accross this, you accidentally recruited someone who actually seems super suspicious by saying your family sounds delicious. Well it REALLY is irritating when you find out there is literally no repercussions for this, sure they might eventually leave and mess with something if they start dying from lack of supplies, but so does EVERY other survivor you recruit. Proper repercussions from certain actions would avoid strange conflictions like this. -spoiler end-
I also wish there was another way to defend yourbase other than the reinforcing of the door, or traps. Otherwise they come in and everyone, even courageous people, curl up in a ball and let the intruders take everything, even if said intruders actually is only one person. To be honest there are people who would just get too scared to react, but there are a lot of people who would defend themselves and attack the intruders. Maybe I’m just not doing things right, but it would be nice.
Those are the only things that particularily annoy me, but every game has flaws. The fact that even some people lose sanity over time is interesting, and the amount of details and features put into the game are really just amazing. If you enjoy post apocalyptic games with a wonderful soundtrack, and fun gameplay, then this game is definitely worth the cash.
Spoiler Sheltered Full Version :
- Day 1: Daddy found us a shelter! He’s planning on searching nearby. I’m scared. Are we safe?
- Day 17: Nearly out of food. Mommy looks sick. Daddy found a teddy bear! I’m so happy.
- Day 45: Bad people are in the shelter. Hiding with the cat in a hole daddy built. Can’t come out.
- Day 46: Mittens and I buried my family today. I cried until no more tears came out. I’m so alone.
- Day 135: The pile of raider corpses next to the cat bowl is putrid.
- Day 199: I built a punching bag out of a deer and ate its heart. Its spirit is in my veins, now.
- Day 284: My lair is complete. My army hungers, sweating and toiling in the pits. Soon, children.
- Day 390: Carol, Goddess of the Wastes, has arrived. Tribute Her, or join the heretics in death.
System Requirements Sheltered Full Version:
- Windows: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
- Processor: Dual Core CPU or higher
- Memory: 1 GB DDR2 RAM
- Graphics: GeForce 7800, AMD HD 4600, Intel HD Graphics 3000 or above DirectX: Version 9.0
- Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
- Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
- Mouse, Keyboard