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Last Floor

Last Floor

Action, Adventure, Indie
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Оne day your life changes dramatically and you become a hostage of your own home. Your task is to survive but to do this you need to get outside.
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Оne day your life changes dramatically and you become a hostage of your own home. Your task is to survive but to do this you need to get outside.
buy 9.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date16 марта 2020 г.
DevelopersAK Studio
PublishersAK Studio
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7,8,10 64bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i3
  • Memory: 5 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 750
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
Recommended
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 64bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 960 or AMD
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard

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Description

Last Floor

You are an ordinary engineer living on the top floor of a high-rise and dreaming of your own contry house...

But one day your life changes dramatically and you become a hostage of your own home. Your task is to survive but to do this you need to get outside. However, just going down the stairs or taking the elevator down will not work.

At night, while you were sleeping, the house has changed and now it seems to live a different, alien life ...

Its electricity network has turned into a teleportator of some alien energy animating some household appliances and it looks like that they are aggressively tuned against people ...

On each floor you will face a challenge in which you have to find a way out or defeat a furious teapot or hairdryer.

Game Features:
  • Unique interiors of apartments.
  • Responsive management.
  • Detailed graphics and good optimization.
  • Atmospheric music and surroundings.
  • Deadly combat.
  • No flashlight or puzzles.
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Reviews about the game

Last Floor14.08.2021

You are living in the 13 th Floor & surely its not your lucky day. Alien are attacking and you need to get out of the Building. So you try to get down Level by Level, by getting Keys for the Stairway, fall from Balcony to Balcony, Climb up a Pipe or using the Elevator. Avoiding Traps, deadly Grounds & beating 4 Types of Enemys You can find 2 Weapons, a lot of Medi Kits well hidden & 81 Batteries ( i found 64 (59 for good Ending) Batteries and missed 1 Secret at Start (Battery, Medi Kit) +++ Good for Achievement Hunters to get 100 % +++ Batteries well hidden. I searched really well and found 64 of 81. Its really fun to try find so much you can + Trading Cards (5 would be best, 6 super, 7 good) -fast over if you rush trough - simple Puzzles Good for Achievement Hunters since easy 100 % Achievement Game/ 1 Perfect Game. Buy it with 50 % or higher Discount.

Agreed Giraffe
Agreed Giraffe
I recommend
Last Floor11.09.2020

ummmm... where do I start with this one. Positives first, I suppose: Well, it's interesting and creative. Feels like a college project or something. Materials, textures, and lighting are all pretty good. It's not too long. I don't think I encountered any bugs. The game is also very cheep. So, the negatives: Nothing about this is coherent or meaningful, it's about as random as it gets. The teapots, vacuums, and hairdryers are all extremely annoying to fight. The solutions to the "puzzles" frequently have no real logic behind them, and things in the game environment frequently change without purpose, making the game even more confusing than it already is, given how repetitive the rooms/floors are. Walk speed is ludicrously slow, run speed should be basic walk speed. Player doesn't have coded gravity, just snaps to whatever is beneath them. The game lacks a start screen/menu, which is a bit jarring when you begin a game for the first time, and is very bizarre when you finish the game, having no menu to go back to. Am I crazy, or was there no use for the 60 or so batteries that I collected during the game?? I would definitely have recommended putting some 3D buildings outside the windows of the apartment complex as well, the empty space makes it very hard to suspend disbelief. Also, English translation needs some work. A very amateur product overall, but it was cheep and quirky so I commend the effort. It's not good, but to the dev(s): keep making games, I think you have some potential. 2.5/10 is probably a fair rating I think

Commercial Blackbird
Commercial Blackbird
I don't recommend
Last Floor05.02.2021

I mean, its alright. Puzzles are obtuse, combat is slow and clunky, story's uninteresting. I spent three smackers on this game and go an alright hour thirty from it. I guess get it on sale if your curious, but its nothing mindblowing.

Competent Boar
Competent Boar
I recommend
Last Floor31.10.2020

What would you do if you woke up one day and suddenly there were giant UFOs outside of your apartment building, firing lazer beams through the windows, and causing innocent everyday household objects like tea kettles and hairdryers to become murdering menaces? Well... you'd probably try to escape, and that's exactly what Last Floor is about; escaping from your apartment, to the bottom level of your apartment complex. Though it's not that simple since the elevator isn't working, and the aliens have barricaded many of the stairwell exits! That's pretty much it. You've probably heard the term B-grade when people refer to campy horror flicks like Mars Attacks, but think even cheesier than that; this title is more along the lines of C-grade. It's definitely not bad, but using the term "good" is a bit of a stretch; it's an hour's worth of corny amusement wherein teakettles, hairdryers, and industrial vacuum cleaners come hurtling at you at light speed. You can take them out with a couple of different weapons, and there are even some floors dedicated to having you dodge traps. There was clear thought and effort put into the game design; though the same cannot be said for the soundtrack, which seems to be one long continuous loop of a copyright free sci-fi song. Overall, for a game made by one person, it's pretty well done and a huge step up from AK Studios's previous effort, Ghost Stories. If you're looking for a cheap horror game to pass the time with, that will take an hour or less to complete, then Last Floor might just be the time-filler for you. There is another odd thing to note, that there are two items you come across to collect on each floor; a med-kit and batteries. Now, the med-kit is self-explanatory, and you might think that the batteries are too, but there is no flashlight in this game and there are no weapons that use them. I was thoroughly confused as to what the batteries were used for until I went to the forums and found out that there are actually two endings for Last Floor, and one involves collecting a certain amount of batteries. Perhaps in the future, the developer can use something like tokens/coins or something more conspicuous instead of an item that typically serves a functional purpose (as opposed to a collectible purpose). [h1]Rating: [b]2.0/5.0[/b] - It's not awful, but it's not great.[/h1] The Horror Network [url=http://store.steampowered.com/curator/28221963/]Curator[/url] | [url=http://steamcommunity.com/groups/thehorrornetwork]Group[/url] Click for Gore

Mute Crayfish
Mute Crayfish
I recommend
Last Floor24.07.2020

Nice game good graphic

Creepy Mackerel
Creepy Mackerel
I recommend
Last Floor09.02.2021

Probably the worst game I have played since "Aquaman." This is a game from a very small development house that I would have to guess is in Russia. I don't usually make a habit of giving unfavorable reviews to games, because game development is difficult, and in most cases generating some kind of an interesting interactive world is an achievement in itself. I've played around a bit in Unreal Engine and I know how difficult it can be. This is possibly the first time that I have ever played a game and have said to myself, "Wow, even I could do better than this." The premise is that aliens of some sort have taken over your apartment building, and you have to figure out a way to escape. It was an interesting enough premise for me to plunk down a couple of dollars for the game. Playing it, though, I found the game design was amateurish in the extreme. The graphic elements used were extremely limited, causing you to explore room after room which looked almost identical. I think that after the first ten minutes, I had seen all the variation possible. Additionally, the droning horror soundtrack was also repetitive. After a little while it also became clear that you had to perform actions in an extremely specific order, or else you would not be allowed to continue. Even then, many of the difficulties you had to overcome were arbitrary and did not work correctly. As an example: In one puzzle, you must work your way past a bolt of lightning before you can exit the room you are in. The first time I played, the bolt of lightning didn't even appear, leaving me no idea what I was supposed to do to exit the room. I quit the game and restarted and saw what I needed to do. Then, once I had disabled the lightning, I went back in to the room to see if there was anything I had missed. Once I had done that, the lightning suddenly turned back on and I was unable to stop it a second time. Even in the relatively short amount of time I played, I saw many incidents of triggered events that would play every time you passed a certain point, whether they were relevant or not. The developers also were not very careful about the range of sounds or visuals. Some visual effects bled through walls when they clearly weren't supposed to. Also, you could hear sounds which were supposed to be confined to one room in nearby locations around the game. That is simply sloppy development. Game play was tedious in the extreme. Movement was inexact, and there wasn't much of a difference between RUNNING and WALKING mode. It was really difficult to maneuver objects, and you could either wield a weapon or interact with objects, but not both at the same time. What really killed the game for me, though, were the fight mechanics. At best they were inexact. It was more a matter of luck whether you managed to connect with the bad guy you were fighting. In many instances they were somehow out of range for you to attack them, but they could still attack you. Finally, the English translation was very bad. I could understand what was meant and what I was supposed to do, but only just. If a friend of mine had given me a copy of this game, saying they had made it themselves, I would have believed it, and probably would have played it through to the end. But as an allegedly professionally produced game, it falls far short of anything I would expect anyone to pay money for. It was an interesting concept, but the execution was far below par.

Ready Marmot
Ready Marmot
I don't recommend
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