It is obvious that the popular game Amogus shares many similarities with Project Winter. The game was recently ported to Switch. This is a social cheating game. The basis of the game is that there are those who want to sabotage the team. You can be one. But Project Winter combines the harsh, wintery weather and environment of social deception and survival.
One of the pitfalls in the Sussybaka game is that you can play as a traitor, a fraudster, and pretend to be working on targets. Then attack, kill etc. It’s not like Project Winter. First, there are no one-shot kills here. To get rid of a survivor, traitors will have to hack, hack, hack with their axes or weapons. Second, the survivors can fight. Yes, survivors can fight.
Project Winter looks like OG hush games. There are some things that traitors have and only have their own power. They can also find caches with traps to use against survivors. They can also make lethal weapons like guns. However, it’s best to save this for the end of the game, as the materials to make them are not easy to find. However, the survivors can vote for anyone they suspect to be a traitor, and a majority vote removes them from the ballot.
What could cause players to be overwhelmed by Project Winter? Element of survival. There are two additional statistics you should know. Both can be unloaded when trying to navigate harsh winter conditions. Both survivors and traitors must be aware of their needs and find ways to sustain themselves. Running out of one of these sticks will cause health problems. It is the art of cooking and lighting a fire for the survivors. The traitors will need to learn to live with the survivors while continuing to seize the opportunity to attack.
Identifying new elements from Amogus will be difficult. It’s hard to understand and the tutorial isn’t as detailed as it should be. You will most likely learn from other players. The fun factor is much higher once you learn the basics of Project Winter.
Another issue is that the game is on the side of the traitors. Killing survivors and completing objectives is much more enjoyable than surviving. It’s true that most of the time I was part of a treacherous group, they didn’t know how to group. They may be very familiar with individual missions, but the key to winning in Project Winter is working as a team of survivors.
Winter can be a good alternative to playing the OG social detective game. It introduces new gameplay options and reinforces the idea that teamwork is the key to making the dream come true. Keep in mind that you will have to learn the game and play as both the villain and the survivor before you can finally enjoy it.