June 11, 2014 5:00 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
Any game that features a painting by René Magritte has my complete and undivided attention. Even more so when said game needs some kickstarter love in order to happen and comes with such an exciting video as the one posted above.
Sheltered, you see, is aiming to become a post-apocalyptic, strategic survival game with more than a few RPG elements and evocative pixel-art graphics. You will be tasked with keeping your family alive in your underground bunker, which roughly boils down to managing your everyday life, keeping everyone from having mental breakdowns, dealing with wandering strangers, fixing things, making tough moral choices, ensuring supplies and occasionally battling enemies.
The game, apparently an open ended offering, will be available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux and you can also have a look at its Greenlight entry.