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60 Seconds! Reatomized is a remastered version of the original title that's heading for iOS and Android soon

60 Seconds! Reatomized is a remastered version of the original title that's heading for iOS and Android soon

60 Seconds! Reatomized is an upcoming adventure title by Robot Gentleman. The game is set to release on May 25th and will be available for both Android and iOS.

The game features post-apocalyptic dark comedy that sees scrambling for supplies and rescuing your family from potential threats. The game's story depends on your decisions as your survivability is threatened by mutant roaches.

It exercises your brain to a great extent as the game allows only 60 seconds to decide who to leave behind and whom and what to take with you to survive the nuclear disaster. The decisions made during the 60 seconds will determine your survival duration in the shelter.

This remastered version brings the same characters from the original version meaning players can continue their survival attempt in a nuclear apocalypse with Dolores, Ted, Mary Jane and Timmy.

 

This new version promises an upgraded survival experience. In short, whatever the original version lacked, the latest version fulfils it and in a finer way. Players can expect new 2D graphics and beautifully rendered 3D textures that make the game visually impressive.

After you manage to scavenge the essentials and save those closes to you, the story will continue to evolve. Every day starts with a surprising and unexpected event and the outcomes are difficult to predict.

Finally, the new version comes with a new relationship system, events, endings and high-resolution art. The UI has been enhanced which makes it easier for quicker navigation. Finally, the game now supports 12 different languages, allowing for more players around the world to enjoy the game in their native tongue.

60 Seconds! Reatomized will be available on Google Play and App Store on May 25th. It is a premium title that costs $3.99.

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