Atomicrops

In Atomicrops you will...

Farm

by sowing and harvesting as many fast growing crops as you can before the day is done to earn a huge profit. Explore the far reaches of the biomes to find useful relics of farms long past. Powerful loot increases your farming abilities and helps you fight enemies.

Defend

your crops. Fend off nightly attackers looking to eat your crops and leave you starving. Or dead. Fight challenging bosses each season until you reach the final season - the Nuclear Winter.

Purchase

weapons and items in town at the end of each day. Celebrate the end of each season with special shops and rewards. Befriend an entourage of pig pals, chicken chums and cow colleagues to automate farming tasks. Woo and marry a kindred spirit from the local town to fight and farm alongside you.

Permanently Upgrade

your farming and fighting abilities. Earn a special currency each run that can be used on permanent improvements and unlocks. Die. Even the easiest difficulty will put your skills to the test. Victory is rewarding and hard earned.

Unlock

new characters, spouses, difficulties, and permanent upgrades. Most importantly, you can unlock many cats to permanently roam your homestead (yes, you can pet them). Play again! Atomicrops is designed to be heavily replayable with new surprises and item synergies to be discovered in every run.

About

Modern city life got you down? Well, you've just inherited your late uncle's farm. Time to pack your bags and start fresh in the peaceful countryside. What could possibly go wrong? A nuclear apocalypse, that's what.
Now you're in a hellscape wasteland defending the last surviving source of sustenance - your crops. And every mutant wants a piece. Do as any self-respecting farmer would: Farm. Marry. Kill.




Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows 7+
Processor: AMD Athlon X4 5350, Intel Core i3-2100T or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 480M, Radeon HD 6790 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: Yes
Recommended Specifications
OS: Windows 7+
Processor: AMD Athlon X4 605e, Intel Celeron G1610 or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Radeon HD 7850, GeForce GTX 470 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: Yes
  • On the surface, Atomicrops is a retro-inspired, top-down 16-bit shooter. However, even early stages start to reveal a much deeper experience, filled with love interests, guns, and unrelenting enemies. Perks can become permanent down the road, but the path to getting there is fulfilling and enough to keep you returning after each defeat for more crop production and bullet fire.

  • Despite a few nitpicks, Atomicrops is, in many ways, is a superb experience. It’s a harmonious blend between completely unique ideas and straightforward, simple mechanics. It’s tough as nails, but not discouragingly punishing. It doesn’t overwhelm the player with a surfeit of nuances to learn, yet it offers enough perks and gameplay modifiers to keep you always stumbling upon something new. For an indie title that seeks to present physical challenge and old-school, arcade thrill in place of a meaningful narrative, it accomplishes its mission beautifully. If this were a true arcade game, I’d have spent all my quarters long, long ago.

  • Atomicrops is an exciting and challenging rogue-lite farming simulator that somehow manages to maintain its fun factor with high replayability no matter how many times you die. It can be extremely difficult for those not used to playing rogue-lite games, but its fun art style and RNG elements manage to keep it fresh and engaging. Atomicrops is strangely addictive, and for $14.99 on the Epic Games store, it's an absolute steal.

  • Atomicrops is frenetic, challenging and addicting in the way that all the best roguelike/lites are, with a silly streak that helps give the title its own identity. A lack of content does harm the game’s longevity.

  • I’m a person who likes having the resources of tutorials and hints; if you are like me, I’m sorry to say you won't find that here. Other than a sweet old man who meets his untimely death in the very beginning of this game, you have no help or direction on how to play. The art, bosses, and wacky soundtrack are big pluses, as they give those good retro vibes and never feel outdated. Overall, Atomicrops isn’t for everyone, but for people who are fans of the genre they’ll definitely find a lot to enjoy.

  • Although it appears to be one more farming simulator, Atomicrops is actually a bullet hell with much more in common with Nuclear Throne than with Stardew Valley. This roguelite without permanent upgrades forces you to try different weapon combinations in each game, so it always feels fresh and funny. Solid as a twin stick shooter, loose as a farming simulator.

  • Atomicrops is a frantic mix of roguelite and tower defense gameplays. It has a wonderful pixel-art and a nice, fitting soundtrack. It is a solid game, but the farming-sim gameplay fragments the exploration and jam its potential.

Atomicrops
$14.99 $7.12
Title: Atomicrops
Genre: Action, Indie
Released: 17 September 2020
Developer: Bird Bath Games
Publisher: Raw Fury
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Full controller support
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