From the award-winning producer, Big Fish Games, comes a new hidden object game with a unique twist: Steel LIFE. If you are familiar with other similar games such as Little Bang Theory, then you know what kind of quality you will be dealing with in Steel LIFE.
Overall, this is a hidden object game, but there are lots of little minigames along the way that will put your puzzle-solving skills to the test.
This game is sure to keep your noodle cooking for hours on end as you find the hidden objects and unlock the mysteries of the minigames and puzzles.
The scientists decide that in order to save the human race, they must convert humans into machines that are immune to the virus so they can fight against it.
An encrypted signal comes in, which, when run through the decoder, informs you that the ‘positronic brain’ will be giving life support to the mechs.
Just what is this brain, and whose side is it on? As the scientists explore the slim opportunities that are left to save the human race, they suddenly go missing! Now it is up to you to save the scientists and everyone else on the face of the earth. Can you do it before it’s too late?
Overall, this is a hidden object game, but there are lots of little minigames along the way that will put your puzzle-solving skills to the test. The game has a bit of a steam punk feel to it, so there is a minipuzzle that has you working with eccentric little watches.
The visual graphics are entertaining and the characters are quirky, but the gameplay itself is actually rather challenging. If you’ve got the stomach for difficult thinking, then by all means proceed. You will likely find that the hard work was well worth it.
But, if things get way too hard, then you’ll be able to ‘cheat’ by clicking the skip button to push you through the level. Lots of little achievements along the way will keep you on your toes in this adventure. There is even a cute retro-mini game that lets you blast asteroids.
Uncover the clues and get to the bottom of the mystery to save the future of humanity in this intriguing hidden object game today!
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