Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download

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Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET “Aery – Last Day of Earth” is a story-driven 3D flight exploration game in which you control a little bird that is on its non-violent journey through time, space, and different dimensions to discover an alternative reality for our planet. Make your journey through peaceful, exciting, and diverse dimensions and discover different futures that earth itself could experience in near future. Enjoy the feeling of flying and feel the wind going through your feathers while searching for a better future for all of us. The game leans heavily into string theory so be ready to explore many twisted, extreme, or a little bit abstract realties. It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. It could be the mantra for Aery – Last Day of Earth, a relaxed, meditative glide through the end of all humanity.It was only recently that we were reviewing Paper Flight – Super Speed Dash, another game from EpiXR Games, yet here we are again with another from their stable of relaxed flight sims. For a studio known for games where you take it slow, it seems they are accelerating. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

We remarked in the Paper Flight – Super Speed Dash review that perhaps they should take a foot off the pedal – their output was becoming increasingly buggy, and – well – there are only so many ways you can fly about a living room. We needn’t have worried. Though Aery – Last Day of Earth might have arrived in the purplest of EpiXR Games’ purple patches, it’s the least buggy and most entertaining of their output for a while. That’s consistent with most of EpiXR Games’ Aery series, in fact: they tend to be the most zen-like and enjoyable of their stable, and the most robust to boot. You have to get over some oddness first, though. As mentioned, Aery – Last Day of Earth is a free-roam tour around the end-of-days, and the mismatch between the downbeat themes and the soaring piano score and frigging parrot is pretty stark. Somber voiceover talks about the likelihood of humanity succumbing to meteors, floods and pollution, before you’re loop-the-looping around looking for feathers while Richard Clayderman plays in the background. The cognitive dissonance is real. Once you’ve cleared that hurdle, though, you can get on with the Aery stuff. Aery – Last Day of Earth adopts the model last used by Aery – Calm Mind 2, which also happens to be the best model.

Make your journey through peaceful, exciting.

You are dumped into a level with forty-four feathers to catch. But rather than circle round to find all the feathers in the level, tucked into crannies, you merely have to follow a chain of them. It means that, instead of panicking that you’ve left a feather behind, you’re spending most of your time scanning the horizon for the next feather in the chain link. It’s a no-pressure recipe for ultimate laidback gaming, and – in our view – that’s exactly what Aery is about. EpiXR Games have become masters of creating this unbroken chain. Over the course of twelve levels, we could count on one hand the number of times we got momentarily lost and had to do a 360 to find the next feather, which is a significant achievement. And only once did we reach the lighthouse that signified the end of each level, only to find we were one feather shy. Even so, backtracking wasn’t an issue: the feathers ‘pop’ from the environment so much better than they used to, so we stumbled over it in no time at all. Once you get into the rhythms of Aery – Last Day of Earth, and acknowledge that you are in safe hands, you can begin to take in the views and music. ABZU

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

But slightly atypically for an Aery game, it’s here where things are a bit of a let-down. Everything is just so… grey. We know what EpiXR Games is trying to do. They are saturating the environments to really hammer home a message. We won’t spoil that message: it’s something that the game builds up to and only really pays off on the last level. But there’s a reason that the environments are so dour and monochromatic, and that reason is a rugpull in the final fifteen minutes. And that rugpull is undeniably powerful. But it gets us dusting off the scales to evaluate whether the payoff was worth the humdrum palette of the previous eleven levels. And we have to say no, not especially. By robbing the first eleven-twelfths of the game of colour, something is lost. Aery – Last Day of Earth just isn’t as pretty as the games that have come before it. You realise how much colour helped to create variety in other Aerys. The same ruined skyscrapers, German-looking villages and American farms pass by over and over in Aery – Last Day of Earth, and we couldn’t help but wonder if colour and lighting would have spritzed things a little. Although each level presents a different apocalypse, they can often blend together to become the same sludge of stuff.

Enjoy the feeling of flying and feel the wind going through your feathers while searching for a better future for all of us.

Flood, snow and lava are just a remix of the same effect, and pollution and radiation feel like the same Rider of the Apocalypse. Who knew that the end of the world could be so occasionally underwhelming? We’re being a mite unfair, because Aery – Last Day of Earth still manages to sift some fantastic moments out of the dust. A zombie apocalypse gets translated into something that’s more Attack on Titan, as hulking ghouls are frozen mid-attack. An alien invasion starts with planes slamming into skyscrapers, before cartoonish aliens swarm. That level has a lovely heel-turn too, as you’re following feathers into a hairpin turn, only to be confronted by a giant alien spaceship. We genuinely wondered how we missed it. Aery – Last Day of Earth still has the ability to surprise, then. And although it’s abundantly obvious that models from previous games (and previous levels) are being recycled in front of your very eyes, there’s still some determination to hide the fact. Familiar areas get set on fire, obliterated and flooded. Stray Incubus UNCENSORED

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The camera swoops close in and around them, creating new viewpoints on them, at least. We have carefully swooped between a zombie’s legs, and glided close to the floor of a ruined suspension bridge. Aery enthusiasts will be surprised to learn that there’s a new soundtrack to be had here, too. Nothing is old or reused. It’s not quite clearing the same quality bar – maybe we need to hear it in another twenty Aery games before we get used to it – but it’s still pretty and rousing. And then there’s that ending. Although we moan that it’s a punchline that damages the rest of the game, it’s still a noble and timely one. If you think politics shouldn’t be in games then, first, you’re wrong, and second, you should probably steer clear of Aery – Last Day of Earth’s last level. It’s got important things to say. We’ve never felt so calm wandering an apocalyptic wasteland (not a deathclaw to be seen!). What Aery – Last Day of Earth lacks in colour and variety, it makes up for in supreme chilledness and the odd surprise. It’s not the best in the Aery series, then, but it’s certainly a contender for the oddest. The game opens with a note from developers about how this title is meant to be for relaxing after a hard day, and contains no danger or enemies.

The game leans heavily into string theory so be ready to explore many twisted, extreme, or a little bit abstract realties.

In fact this message is redundantly displayed each time you return to the main menu, even after beating a level. Like the other games in the series, you control some sort of large mystical bird, and across about 8 levels, you simply float around and collect feathers. There’s no context or story given here, just a series of settings – you can play them in any order, with no sense of progression. The levels are comprised of some decently well put together scenes, from medieval castles on a coast to the floating islands above the clouds, to even more outlandish settings in the later secret levels. The land masses often lack detail, but those that feature structures such as the castles or buildings are actually pretty well realized. Sadly, none of it is interactive in any way, and it features no animation or signs of life. This is all accompanied but some nice smooth techno music, that at least fits the game’s theme of relaxation. Each level has you assume control of the bird and pilot it around. The large bird will always be flying forward, at a set speed, and you can only steer it up/down and left/right. Such simple controls mean you can play easily with the keyboard.

While the mouse is supported in menus, that’s where its usefulness ends. The third person camera is fixed behind the bird, leaving you unable to even just look to the sides and enjoy the scenery a bit more. Flying feels just OK – uninvolving, but with some slight satisfaction to be had from swooping around the scenery. Your goal within the levels is to collect 25 feathers. Doing so just marks the level complete, and gives you the option to do it all over again, this time needing to collect even more feathers on the same level. Doing that unlocks a bonus level. The feathers are just glowing white orbs scattered around – rather crudely, often in clusters together. This leaves the rest of the level empty, and your only reason for visiting would be just to see the sights. If that’s all there was to Calm Mind, the end result would have been a rather boring, but passable experience. But the game has a few issues that drag it down into the more unpleasant territory. For instance, while the game is meant to be a relaxing, zoned-out experience, you still cannot touch any surfaces or the ground. Doing so resets you back at the starting point of the level, which seems arbitrary – it should have just let the bird bounce off and carry on.

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Aery Last Day of Earth Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Each level starts with a few moments of the bird hanging in the air, flapping its wings, the camera facing away – is it a bug, or is it waiting for the level to load? A strange design choice? We needn’t have worried. Though Aery – Last Day of Earth might have arrived in the purplest of EpiXR Games’ purple patches, it’s the least buggy and most entertaining of their output for a while. That’s consistent with most of EpiXR Games’ Aery series, in fact: they tend to be the most zen-like and enjoyable of their stable, and the most robust to boot. You have to get over some oddness first, though. As mentioned, Aery – Last Day of Earth is a free-roam tour around the end-of-days, and the mismatch between the downbeat themes and the soaring piano score and frigging parrot is pretty stark. Somber voiceover talks about the likelihood of humanity succumbing to meteors, floods. The cognitive dissonance is real. Once you’ve cleared that hurdle, though, you can get on with the Aery stuff. Aery – Last Day of Earth adopts the model last used by Aery – Calm Mind 2, which also happens to be the best model. You are dumped into a level with forty-four feathers to catch. THE DIOFIELD CHRONICLE

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