Pacific War, a single-player TPP game
Look at the horrors of war from an entirely new perspective. Enter the battlefield equipped with a first aid kit instead of a rifle. Bandage, stop hemorrhages, get the wounded off the battlefield, but most of all, bring hope where there’s none and salvation to those who think their lives have come to an end.
Support the game’s Kickstarter campaign (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gameops/medic-pacific-war) and get access to the early alpha demo build available for backers in August 2021, right after Kickstarter campaign ends. You can also add the game to your Steam Wishlist (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1281640/Medic_Pacific_War/) to follow the news about its development.
ABOUT MEDIC: PACIFIC WAR
Medic: Pacific War is a single-player TPP action simulation game offering a unique take on the Pacific War that’s inspired by historic events, movies, and TV series such as Pearl Harbor, Hacksaw Ridge, Midway, Saving Private Ryan, and ThePacific. Become a true hero. Survive the horrors of the battlefield, dodge bullets, and bring salvation to the wounded. Be their last hope in the chaotic reality of the Pacific Front. Resuscitate, patch up, and carry soldiers to safety, all to change the course of the battle. Most importantly, be ready for the hardest choice every medic must make: decide who lives and who dies. Resources are limited, time is running out, and not everyone’s chances of survival are equal.
MEDIC: PACIFIC WAR – MAIN FEATURES
- A unique take on the war – become part of a story full of bravery, sacrifice, and determination, all soaked in soldiers’ blood.
- An everchanging battlefield – act fast, be cautious, avoid the enemy, hide from bombshells, and dodge bullets.
- Strategic thinking, smart foresight, and resourcefulness are a must – choose your methods and how to distribute the available supplies, but most of all, think before you act.
- Make hard choices – remember that you are one, and they are many. Assess the injured, determine the seriousness of the wounds, and have the final word on who gets to live and who dies.
- Experience the unthinkable – view the horrors of war with your own eyes. Hear your fellow soldiers screaming in agony. Witness the gore covering the ground. Feel the pain of those knowing they will never see their loved ones again.