Green Man Gaming
About This Game
Wrongworld is a silly yet unforgiving survival game set on a low poly world filled with freakish inhabitants.
You play as a furry little space critter with a bit of a knack for whomping mutants. Crash-landed on a strange and surreal planet, you must decide whether to attempt to rebuild your ship and head home or try to make a new life for yourself. Either way, you'll be exploring, gathering, crafting, discovering, whomping and juggling a powerful need to eat.
- You're gonna have to figure out the world for yourself and hopefully not die in the process. But you will. Probably a lot. And with perma-death and auto-saving, there's no sneaky reloading to avoid an untimely demise. Just pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and try to learn from your fatal experiences.
Super-Secret Bonus Hint #1: Food is good. Eat it.
- It might be a brutal world, but you may as well chuckle at the ridiculousness of it all as you go. Obliterate trees with your forehead, fast travel as a non-human cannonball, and become best friends with a cardboard box.
- The world is completely randomised with every new game. And with a bunch of random events to discover/be subjected to, you're likely to face different hurdles every time you play.
Yes, a processor is required. My 2011 middle-of-the-road laptop can just about cope. But to err on the side of caution and also try to sound a little less clueless about hardware, I'll say an Intel i3 or better is probably wise.
4 GB RAM
You don't need a beast - as mentioned above, my ancient laptop (it's called Larry, by the way) has something known as a Radeon HD 6520G stuffed inside it, and it can just about deliver 30fps with all the settings on "Low". Definitely wouldn't want to go older/lamer than that, but the fact you're actually looking at 3-dimensional games on Steam makes me think you've probably already got that covered.
500 MB available space
As far as I can tell, any on-board chip should work. At least, none of the test machines I have access to have had any problems with sound.
As Wrongworld is still in early access and is therefore receiving lots of love and attention to make it run silky-smooth, it's worth noting that system requirements are subject to change for now.