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About This Game

Into the Fray is a sequel to Usurper and Shrouded in Sanity, as it is part of the Skautfold series. However, knowledge of the previous games is not necessary to enjoy the game.

Into the Fray is an oblique top-down action shooter.
The focus is on fast, bloody combat with satisfying feedback and environmental reactivity; all under the heavy presence of a dark Lovecraftian story of civil strife.

Story

The story is set in 1899, based on an alternate history of the island of Portland, off the south coast of England. You take control of Hito, one of the Knights of the Empire, and head to the Island to investigate reports of a missing royal, and the presence of a rebellious faction called the Sons of Washington. Soon, the Fog descends, leaving you and the islanders to fend off the would-be rebels who have made a pact with entities from the Cosmos.

Gameplay

Into the Fray is framed around an overview map of the island; where you can pick from a range of missions to undertake as the story progresses. These missions will have you visit the streets of the island, dank cave systems, and even secret underground tunnel networks. But all is not as it might appear; the streets are filled with corpses and infested with eldritch entities, whilst the tunnel networks are home to a series of horrific rituals that are aimed at growing the Fogs' influence... and as you search for a way to stop the ongoing destruction, you're sure to stumble upon some of the deepest darkest secrets of the island.

The tools of your trade will include an arsenal of devastating top-of-the-line firearms; from hand-cannons, to triple-barrel shotguns, as well as prototype weaponry from the great Nikola himself. These weapons will be your best friends and only hope of survival if you want to put an end to both the bloodthirsty rebels, and eldritch abominations alike.

To aid your enjoyment of the carnage that will unfold, gore and environmental reactivity are top priority; break just about anything, kick around barrels of oil and then set them on fire as traps, or just straight up give the boot to your enemies and watch them trigger traps. Why open a door when you can break it down?! Persistent gore and debris will help immerse you in the world as you rip, tear and explode your way to victory. b4d347fde0



Title: Skautfold: Into the Fray
Genre: Action, Indie, RPG
Developer:
Steve Gal
Publisher:
Pugware
Franchise:
Skautfold
Release Date: 11 Mar, 2019



English



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Great battle music, unique weapon, good atmosphere, rich story, active and responsive developer.

overall great twin stick shooter game with cheap price.

Seriously, this Skautfold series is underrated, notice it more because It's VERY awesome.. Into the Fray is the third game in the Skautfold series, and follows the trend of making each game in a new genre and style while carrying over characters, settings, and some graphics and sound effects.

This iteration is a top-down twin-stick\/m&kb shooter where you have an expanding arsenal of guns to mow down cultists and monsters with as you move from stage to stage completing missions. The weapon variety is solid, and you can carry everything at once, making it feel more old-school than a modern sensibility where you\u2019d have to drop your fourth weapon every time you want to try something new. You also have a melee sword and a knockback kick to tide you over if you run out of ammo.

One of the best mechanics in Into the Fray is the health\/ammo decision. When an enemy has taken enough damage to die from their wounds, their sprite will go into a yellow critical display for a few seconds. Any regular damage or just a time out will cause them to finish their death animation, dropping a little ammo for their weapon type if they have one, and leaving behind remains or exploding if that\u2019s their normal expiration method. If, however, you get close and kick their body, your symbiotic cloak consumes them, leaving behind nothing but a health pickup. As this is the only way to heal mid-level, it becomes extremely important to decide whether you want to pick enemies off at a distance and have only their ammo left, and potentially additional hazards, or if you want to dive in and try to heal your wounds. The kick also factors in with the traps and environmental objects, allowing you to turn the hazards in the rooms against the enemies, although it is a little too tricky to aim and often doesn\u2019t do enough damage compared to just shooting them, it can help you deal with large groups or conserve ammo in a pinch.

The enemies and maps work pretty well, forcing you to stay mobile and choose your weapons wisely, although a few of the maps have branches with objectives in them that require you to backtrack quite a ways, and since enemies don\u2019t respawn mid-mission, it\u2019s a lonely walk. There are secret collectables and cosmetics to find, and most of the missions introduces new graphics or enemies, and main missions often start with you finding a new weapon to play with. The combat has a ton of impact, and although you\u2019ll probably start out being frustrated with the amount of damage a shotgun can do to your face point-blank, you\u2019ll quickly get the hang of which enemies to snipe, which to circle around with a flamethrower, and which you\u2019re safe enough to swipe at in melee. Few enemies have enough health to be tedious to fight, and although a few of the bosses put you at risk of running out of ammo completely, you get what you spent back if you restart the fight. Higher difficulties are extremely punishing, but I can attest that even the hardest is completable.

There are a few mechanics that don\u2019t seem fully fleshed out like the morale slider and the side missions, but there\u2019s still plenty of content in the game for the asking price. If you haven\u2019t had a chance to play the earlier Skautfold games, check them out, and if you like them, give Into the Fray a shot.. I only made to the first boss because i was curious but i think the game is well worth the price. I'm eager to play the final product.. Into the Fray is the third game in the Skautfold series, and follows the trend of making each game in a new genre and style while carrying over characters, settings, and some graphics and sound effects.

This iteration is a top-down twin-stick\/m&kb shooter where you have an expanding arsenal of guns to mow down cultists and monsters with as you move from stage to stage completing missions. The weapon variety is solid, and you can carry everything at once, making it feel more old-school than a modern sensibility where you\u2019d have to drop your fourth weapon every time you want to try something new. You also have a melee sword and a knockback kick to tide you over if you run out of ammo.

One of the best mechanics in Into the Fray is the health\/ammo decision. When an enemy has taken enough damage to die from their wounds, their sprite will go into a yellow critical display for a few seconds. Any regular damage or just a time out will cause them to finish their death animation, dropping a little ammo for their weapon type if they have one, and leaving behind remains or exploding if that\u2019s their normal expiration method. If, however, you get close and kick their body, your symbiotic cloak consumes them, leaving behind nothing but a health pickup. As this is the only way to heal mid-level, it becomes extremely important to decide whether you want to pick enemies off at a distance and have only their ammo left, and potentially additional hazards, or if you want to dive in and try to heal your wounds. The kick also factors in with the traps and environmental objects, allowing you to turn the hazards in the rooms against the enemies, although it is a little too tricky to aim and often doesn\u2019t do enough damage compared to just shooting them, it can help you deal with large groups or conserve ammo in a pinch.

The enemies and maps work pretty well, forcing you to stay mobile and choose your weapons wisely, although a few of the maps have branches with objectives in them that require you to backtrack quite a ways, and since enemies don\u2019t respawn mid-mission, it\u2019s a lonely walk. There are secret collectables and cosmetics to find, and most of the missions introduces new graphics or enemies, and main missions often start with you finding a new weapon to play with. The combat has a ton of impact, and although you\u2019ll probably start out being frustrated with the amount of damage a shotgun can do to your face point-blank, you\u2019ll quickly get the hang of which enemies to snipe, which to circle around with a flamethrower, and which you\u2019re safe enough to swipe at in melee. Few enemies have enough health to be tedious to fight, and although a few of the bosses put you at risk of running out of ammo completely, you get what you spent back if you restart the fight. Higher difficulties are extremely punishing, but I can attest that even the hardest is completable.

There are a few mechanics that don\u2019t seem fully fleshed out like the morale slider and the side missions, but there\u2019s still plenty of content in the game for the asking price. If you haven\u2019t had a chance to play the earlier Skautfold games, check them out, and if you like them, give Into the Fray a shot.. Another good title in the series.. I've only played the first two levels and gotten to the Nightgaunt boss fight, but I can tell that the rest of the game and the final product is gonna be good. In short, Into the Fray is very interesting and worth your money, especially if you already like Pugware's other games.. The combat reminds me of Hotline Miami (in terms of weaponry, aiming, and in a distant way the perspective) and Baldur's Gate (interacting with the environment, and aggroing the enemies one group at a time.) The bosses are sufficiently challenging, straightforward without insulting the player's ability to pick up on weaknesses and tricks. There are also pugs everywhere that you can pick up and give to the pug king.

For what it is at the moment, it delivers more in gameplay than it does in story. And, entering a stage or wandering around, the text size is extremely small. It goes back to normal once in a cutscene, or when the player decides to make Hito observe something.

Given the developer's reputation and phenomenal response to bugs and issues in his past two games, that's another reason to stick it through.. Into the Fray is the third game in the Skautfold series, and follows the trend of making each game in a new genre and style while carrying over characters, settings, and some graphics and sound effects.

This iteration is a top-down twin-stick\/m&kb shooter where you have an expanding arsenal of guns to mow down cultists and monsters with as you move from stage to stage completing missions. The weapon variety is solid, and you can carry everything at once, making it feel more old-school than a modern sensibility where you\u2019d have to drop your fourth weapon every time you want to try something new. You also have a melee sword and a knockback kick to tide you over if you run out of ammo.

One of the best mechanics in Into the Fray is the health\/ammo decision. When an enemy has taken enough damage to die from their wounds, their sprite will go into a yellow critical display for a few seconds. Any regular damage or just a time out will cause them to finish their death animation, dropping a little ammo for their weapon type if they have one, and leaving behind remains or exploding if that\u2019s their normal expiration method. If, however, you get close and kick their body, your symbiotic cloak consumes them, leaving behind nothing but a health pickup. As this is the only way to heal mid-level, it becomes extremely important to decide whether you want to pick enemies off at a distance and have only their ammo left, and potentially additional hazards, or if you want to dive in and try to heal your wounds. The kick also factors in with the traps and environmental objects, allowing you to turn the hazards in the rooms against the enemies, although it is a little too tricky to aim and often doesn\u2019t do enough damage compared to just shooting them, it can help you deal with large groups or conserve ammo in a pinch.

The enemies and maps work pretty well, forcing you to stay mobile and choose your weapons wisely, although a few of the maps have branches with objectives in them that require you to backtrack quite a ways, and since enemies don\u2019t respawn mid-mission, it\u2019s a lonely walk. There are secret collectables and cosmetics to find, and most of the missions introduces new graphics or enemies, and main missions often start with you finding a new weapon to play with. The combat has a ton of impact, and although you\u2019ll probably start out being frustrated with the amount of damage a shotgun can do to your face point-blank, you\u2019ll quickly get the hang of which enemies to snipe, which to circle around with a flamethrower, and which you\u2019re safe enough to swipe at in melee. Few enemies have enough health to be tedious to fight, and although a few of the bosses put you at risk of running out of ammo completely, you get what you spent back if you restart the fight. Higher difficulties are extremely punishing, but I can attest that even the hardest is completable.

There are a few mechanics that don\u2019t seem fully fleshed out like the morale slider and the side missions, but there\u2019s still plenty of content in the game for the asking price. If you haven\u2019t had a chance to play the earlier Skautfold games, check them out, and if you like them, give Into the Fray a shot.. Into the Fray is the third game in the Skautfold series, and follows the trend of making each game in a new genre and style while carrying over characters, settings, and some graphics and sound effects.

This iteration is a top-down twin-stick\/m&kb shooter where you have an expanding arsenal of guns to mow down cultists and monsters with as you move from stage to stage completing missions. The weapon variety is solid, and you can carry everything at once, making it feel more old-school than a modern sensibility where you\u2019d have to drop your fourth weapon every time you want to try something new. You also have a melee sword and a knockback kick to tide you over if you run out of ammo.

One of the best mechanics in Into the Fray is the health\/ammo decision. When an enemy has taken enough damage to die from their wounds, their sprite will go into a yellow critical display for a few seconds. Any regular damage or just a time out will cause them to finish their death animation, dropping a little ammo for their weapon type if they have one, and leaving behind remains or exploding if that\u2019s their normal expiration method. If, however, you get close and kick their body, your symbiotic cloak consumes them, leaving behind nothing but a health pickup. As this is the only way to heal mid-level, it becomes extremely important to decide whether you want to pick enemies off at a distance and have only their ammo left, and potentially additional hazards, or if you want to dive in and try to heal your wounds. The kick also factors in with the traps and environmental objects, allowing you to turn the hazards in the rooms against the enemies, although it is a little too tricky to aim and often doesn\u2019t do enough damage compared to just shooting them, it can help you deal with large groups or conserve ammo in a pinch.

The enemies and maps work pretty well, forcing you to stay mobile and choose your weapons wisely, although a few of the maps have branches with objectives in them that require you to backtrack quite a ways, and since enemies don\u2019t respawn mid-mission, it\u2019s a lonely walk. There are secret collectables and cosmetics to find, and most of the missions introduces new graphics or enemies, and main missions often start with you finding a new weapon to play with. The combat has a ton of impact, and although you\u2019ll probably start out being frustrated with the amount of damage a shotgun can do to your face point-blank, you\u2019ll quickly get the hang of which enemies to snipe, which to circle around with a flamethrower, and which you\u2019re safe enough to swipe at in melee. Few enemies have enough health to be tedious to fight, and although a few of the bosses put you at risk of running out of ammo completely, you get what you spent back if you restart the fight. Higher difficulties are extremely punishing, but I can attest that even the hardest is completable.

There are a few mechanics that don\u2019t seem fully fleshed out like the morale slider and the side missions, but there\u2019s still plenty of content in the game for the asking price. If you haven\u2019t had a chance to play the earlier Skautfold games, check them out, and if you like them, give Into the Fray a shot.. Pretty good.



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