Stray – review of an engaging adventure game


Stray is a thoroughly engrossing PC engaging adventure game right now. This product is a puzzle-adventure game with platforming elements that delivers an utterly charming protagonist. You play as a cat living in concrete ruins with a family of felines. Not a magic cat, not a mutated sci-fi cat, not some kind of sentient super cat – just a normal, cute cat. You know that the streets are hostile, serving as host to swarms of murderous creatures called zurk. And you have a drone as compagnion. It is called B 12. In a part of world robots have isolated themselves from the chaos in the wake of humanity’s absence. They have like a human life with many tasks and you can interact with them and solve different aspects by acquiring materials, destroying cameras, or engaging in lengthy trading quests for something they want.Most of the tasks are not optional. Many of the larger quests take you through hostile, zurk-infested zones to complete objectives.


Stray leans heavily into the adventure genre. But the cat is entirely grounded if there are no objects to climb even if the game offers a lot of climbable environments, As about rge cat ? There are environments feature elements like pillows and cloth to curl up and sleep in and walls, carpets, furniture, and doors to scratch up. Meowing is possible and is funny, to enjoy the player. It can be used to attract zurks and is adorable. Stray is available on PlayStation consoles, but can be used on PC if the required settings are available. It should have 64-bit Windows, an Intel Core i5-2300 or AMD FX-6350 CPU, Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti or AMD Radeon R7 360 GPU, and 8GB of RAM. Stray is a delightful adventure in a dark but endearingly hopeful cyberpunk world.It’s only $29.99 and you must try it.