Love, the cooperative online game from indie developer Eskil Steenberg, is now available as a free download.
Love, the cooperative online game from indie developer Eskil Steenberg, is now available as a free download. The game can be picked up at Steenberg's site, Quel Solaar.
Love is a first-person adventure game that allows players to manipulate and shape their environment. Players take on the role of a scavenger working together with other scavengers to build a settlement on a small planet. Love is strategy-heavy; defenses must be carefully set up to guard against other factions on the planet. Strategy is even a key element in navigating the world—a video released by Steenberg today teaches players the many ways to scale a ledge.
The game is free, but interested parties can still donate. According to the website, anyone who makes a donation will receive a voucher to create "a persistent character with a few minor perks." These include the ability to move the Rally Point and play as an adult-sized character, rather than the standard child-sized.
Love launched back in March of 2010, and originally required its players to purchase vouchers for play time.
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