7th Chance | PC Review
Updated: Nov 19
7th Chance is a short little exploration adventure indie game developed and published by drewidgames. It was released on Steam for Windows PC on July 16th and costs about the same as a cup of coffee. You can playthrough the game in about 15-20 minutes, but if you want to go back for those other elusive achievements in the game, as well as the teased alternate ending, then you can expect a little bit of replay value for your money with this.
You start off the game having woken up after being out cold from a knock from a falling rock, and you spend the duration of the game walking around and exploring the enviroment as you try to work out what happened piecing things back together. Items are scattered around the map, to pick up and to assist with solving this puzzle. There is also a house located in the woods, initially locked, but that is all part of the puzzle that is here to be solved as you play.
The controls in 7th Chance are keyboard and mouse or controller. With keyboard and mouse you have WASD keys for movement and the left mouse button to interact. You can also use the mouse for direction. You can invert controls and adjust the music and SFX levels but the controls are fixed. On the start menu, there are options for screen resolution (with quite a lot of options here alone), full screen on or off, as well as both shadow and texture quality levels, and these can all be set, as to your preference, or depending on the specification of your PC.
7th Chance is a nice little game, and it is little, both in size and game time. But do not let any of that put you off it. I enjoyed playing through it, exploring the areas of the game, and for the price of a coffee, you could sit and play through 7th Chance while you chill with a coffee. This is the first game from the developer, and based on this, I would definitely say they are one to watch for. Another recommended game, so why not take a chance on 7th Chance. g1a5w3g1an's Rating: 3 out of 5.
7th Chance | Steam Store