Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! More single player games!

In another exciting Kickstarter reveal today, some of the former developers of Halo, Bioshock and other notable titles have come together to form a development team to develop, The Flame in the Flood, a “rogue-lite river journey through the backwaters of a forgotten post-societal America.”

The first trailer for the game should give you a nice idea of what to expect from the project so you should certainly take a look at it just below.

You can also read the official description of the game via the Kickstarter page:

Travel by foot and by raft down a procedurally-generated river as you scrounge for resources, craft tools, remedy afflictions, evade the vicious wildlife, and most importantly, stay ahead of  the coming rains.

Travel down a long, winding and completely unique procedurally-generated river, through environments inspired by the Everglades, Mississippi Delta, Louisiana Bayou, and other quintessentially American places. Your journey has an end. Will you survive long enough to reach it?

Gameinformer has gotten their hands on some exclusive coverage for the game which is certainly worth a read. You can find out more about The Flame in the Flood by visiting the Kickstarter page via the link.

October will be another slower month for OnlySP, but we plan to come back in full force with exclusive interviews starting in November and you can be sure we’ll be reaching out to the developers of The Flame in the Flood to learn more about the game. In the meantime, consider funding the project if you’re a lover of single player games like us!

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Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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  1. Ooooh. This is looking so very beautiful. The permadeath bit will probably have me raging a bit, but the style and whole idea of the world and adventure are solid enough to be worth a try. You never know what will make you love a game.

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