From the Store description:
As a hero seeking help after a plane crash you enter the mysterious factory only to find out that all the machines and robots are prepared to deconstruct you into painfully small parts. Upgradable guns, gadgets and grenades takes you only this far, the unpredictable encounters and perma-death will still be breathing at your neck.
Demanding gameplay is the corner stone of Future Factory. Either in shorts bursts or during longer play sessions the difficulty level, challenges and exploring the uknown locations keeps you coming for more. The environments are entirely generated and populated with different types of enemies, bosses and clever traps every time the game is launched.
The story of the Future Factory is inspired by Karel Capek’s work, who came up with the term ‘robot’ in his famous sci-fi drama R.U.R. (Rossum’s Universal Robots) published in 1920. Through hand painted comics book pages it takes you deeper into the bowels of mysterious factory to experience first hand the rise and fall of the Golden age of breakthrough inventions in the field of robotics, and finally to uncover the dark secret behind the Future Factory.
- Unpredictability of generated levels – there is nothing like repetition and boredom!
- Amazing visuals – cutting edge 3D graphics with hand painted backgrounds and comics.
- Extensive upgrade system - improve your gear and weapons to survive longer!
- Great story & setting – based on Karel Capek’s drama and the dystopian era of 20‘s.
- Console experience – creators of big titles bring quick and intensive play sessions perfectly fitting the mobile gaming!
The use of randomly generated levels is interesting - and somewhat unique in this genre. Obviously the rough goals and opponents on each level remain the same, but the configuration of obstacles and rewards changes each time you play, which adds a certain excitement to proceedings.
Here's Future Factory in action on the Lumia 930 (which got VERY hot during play, so the processor's being worked hard on the 1080p screen!):
The static shots above tell you most of what you need to know, but you can get a flavour too from the official trailer:
Well worth a try if you fancy this action/strategy freemium epic - grab it here in the Store.