Sheltered out now on Switch

Sheltered out now on Switch

Prepare for the worst

Sheltered is a post-apocalyptic disaster management game that gives a whole new meaning to the term "nuclear family". After a global apocalypse, you take on the role of protecting four family members living in a deserted underground shelter. Combat hunger, radiation and mental exhaustion as you cling desperately to life in the cramped, cold underground shelter. You'll have to leave the scant protection your new home offers as you're forced to venture outside into the dangerous wasteland to scavenge for vital supplies which could ensure your family's survival for just one more day.

On Nintendo Switch, Sheltered includes the base game plus the Surrounded and Stasis additional content.

Surrounded

A family of three have discovered a large cache of supplies inside a hidden bunker, in a very dangerous part of the world. They have no way out, no way to transport the supplies, and are constantly under assault from gangs of bandits. The family has no choice but to split up. The father goes out in search of transport, whilst the mother and son barricade themselves inside and setup traps to try and protect the supplies until father returns.

50 days

No back-up

You are surrounded...

Stasis

Earth is dying. There will be no recovering from the apocalypse that man has unleashed onto the world, you must reach out to the stars and find a new home...

In Sheltered: Stasis you must find a way to leave your hostile home planet behind you by building and launching a rocket. The scenario will be complete when you gather all the rocket parts and successfully launch, or, if your family perishes. There are eight different endings available for you to discover - all depending on the success or failure of your mission.

Sheltered is available digitally via the Nintendo eShop, priced at £9.99/$14.99/?14.99

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