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Subnautica

Subnautica is an adventure game published and created by Unknown Worlds Entertainment. In December 2014, Subnautica was initially released for Microsoft Windows; then it was later released for Xbox One. In this game, players freely explore ocean on planet 4546B and obtain resources for survival. Download the Android version from our website.

Gameplay

Subnautica is an open world game. There is a lone survivor of a ship called Aurora, and the player controls the lone survivor. The primary objective of the player is to explore the open world environment and survive the dangers in it. There are so many dangerous things such as Drooping stingers, tadpole-shaped biter, sand shark, harmful chemicals, etc.

It is very challenging; it is possible that the lone survivor dies if it runs out of clean water or food. Players have to to collect resources for their survival; the player has to keep himself safe by maintaining oxygen, hydration, and nutrition. The game has three modes which are the hardcore mode, creative mode, and freedom mode.

The crafting method is not an easy one; you need to get resources to create big seabases. You can unlock items like Seamoth and Cyclops. Cyclops allows you to dive deeper without crashing. There are dangerous creatures in the sea, make sure you avoid them for your safety.

Development

Unknown Worlds Entertainment announced Subnautica in December 2013. The development team chose to utilize the Unity engine instead of Spark. The team did not support including lethal weapons in the game. Subnautica was describedas “one vote towards a world with fewer guns” by CharlieCleveland. On game launching, there were lots of positive reviews; it is an adventure game you will always want to play. Play it now on your Android device!

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