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The Ship: Remasted is a remake of the classic 2006 game, The Ship: Murder Party. You find yourself aboard a series of luxury 1920s cruise ships – a guest of the mysterious Mr X who has engineered your presence on board to take part in a murderous game. You and your fellow passengers will be assigned a target to kill and must do so before your own hunter tracks you down. Armed with a wide array of weapons and traps, use all of your cunning and skill to dispatch your unsuspecting target and avoid sleeping with the fishes. All aboard and enjoy the cruise.
Revised version from 07. 07. 2016
I am one of the lucky ones who got the full version from the developer as a beta tester. Accordingly, I have seen the development of the game from the beginning. The game is almost identical to its predecessor... (see my review of the predecessor). Only the graphics and some elements, some of which are not important for the gameplay, have been improved. Therefore this review shows clear parallels with my 'The Ship: Murder Party'-Review.
'The Ship: Remasted' is a remake of his predecessor, 'The Ship: Murder Party'. This is known as a fun game for in between, which resembles the game mode 'Murder' of Garry's Mod, but is much more complex in content. It's roughly speaking, killing your victim while trying to escape your own killer. br>
This can help you with different weapons, sometimes improvised, which can be found all over the ship. But in this exciting murder game, you have to be careful: If you are caught in the murder, you end up in the ship's court - and then in the ship's jail for a certain time. At the same time, however, it is also necessary to fulfil a wide variety of personal needs, e. g. eating, going to the toilet or taking a shower. Food and drinks can be bought with your own in-game money, which can be withdrawn from standing ATMs at any time - if there is still enough in the bank. There are many maps, and accordingly different ships: large cruise ships or smaller luxury steamers. . . . br>
All in all a clear recommendation, especially since the predecessor is now free with the game.
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