KIM for Mac

Today the game Kim has been released native for Mac on GOG.com. Kim is an open world RPG set in colonial India. Play as Rudyard Kipling’s ragamuffin hero, Kim, and roam hand-painted towns and procedurally generated countryside. Learn to survive by fair means or foul, meet characters from history and literature, travel to exotic lands and discover their secrets. Your aim is to live Kim’s youth as best you can, it will not last forever but if at first you don’t succeed, you may retell this classic adventure as often as you wish.

The game has been released and developed by the indie game developer: “The Secret Games Company”. KIM (which really  reminds me to Driftmoon) has some very nice features:

  • History: 1880s India brought to life in an enormous 2D open world
  • Literature: Rudyard Kipling’s dialogue in ‘choose your own adventure’ conversations
  • Survival: Manage Kim’s health and happiness by collecting food and items
  • Action: Simple but satisfying stealth and combat in pause-able real time
  • Music: Original soundtrack from acclaimed composer, Murugan Thiruchelvam

The game is priced $22,29 but is is discounted 10% at $19,99 until 1 November. Check out the trailer below to see the visuals and gameplay of the game.

Get this native Mac game on GOG.com up here…

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