Vorax Game

The Vorax Game is next on our agenda folks. And yes. It will be high up there on our list of priorities for the period to come. Which is awesome, because the IndieGala’s team is working so hard to present Vorax at the upcoming GamesCom event (you can find out more about our GamesCom article here). And of course, the team behind IndieGala is working around the clock to deliver Vorax just in time for the next year’s release.

So yeah. You can expect plenty of Vorax-related content here at IndieGala, in the weeks to come. Not only we’re headed to Cologne. But at the same time, we’re also working tersely to deliver one of the best indie games out there. Trust us. You’re going to love it.

And What’s The Vorax Game All About You Might Ask?

Well, it’s our pride and joy. Yup. IndieGala’s pride and joy. Developed and published by IndieGala, Vorax is an Open World Survival Horror game set on a Mediterranean island. A game where a mysterious pathogen has infected the local population.

And in the game, you are a mercenary sent to investigate. So, you get to craft tools, build barricades, fences, and traps as well as find, and upgrade. And maintain your shelter to survive as you uncover the dark origins of the virus and the horrible mutating effects it has on its hosts.

Low on food, and equipped with only a small survival kit, you’ll need to craft tools, build barricades, fences, and traps as well as find, upgrade, and maintain your shelter to survive as you uncover the dark origins of the virus, and the horrible mutating effects it has on its hosts.

Vorax Game

Do you have what it takes to survive the voracious creatures that hunt you?

You can find out more about Vorax on the game’s official website (here), and on IndieGala’s website (of course). And on Steam, as well (duuugh). Don’t be shy. Click and familiarize yourself with Vorax. You’re going to be hearing A LOOOT about it.

Vorax Game & Some Cool Games On A Mysterious Island

Our Vorax Open Alpha Ready to Play is finally here. You can gain access to a 10 times bigger map (10 square kilometers), vehicles, new weapons, and zones. We are talking about new weapons, an expanded map, new enemies and a whole lot more. The exclusive open alpha opportunity is for the most loyal fans.  Oh and we have a brand new Confessions trailer, and you can check it out here as well. You’re welcome.

And now… To the topic at hand. Scary, real, or fictional, yes. An island setting is a criteria for our list here. All of the games mentioned in this article have (fully or in part) an island setting. And yes. All of the games that are on the list you can actually puchase at IndieGala as well. Don’t be shy about that too. You can check them out now if you haven’t done so already.

All right. Let’s start, shall we?


A solid starting point for this article don’t you think? We have plenty of great Tropico entries and you can’t really make a mistake there. They’re all set in a fictional tropical banana republic that goes by the name of… Tropico. And in this construction and management simulation video game, you’re the country’s El Presidente. A ruler with an absolute power over the lives of the Tropican people.

And what’s so special about the island itself? Well, according to the original game, Tropico is located in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Somewhere between Cuba, Nicaragua, and Jamaica. Oh, and the bands of the Tropican flag in Tropico 3 are the same as the flag of Bolivia. Perhaps not by coincidence, the largest region of Bolivia’s Cochabamba Department goes by the name of Trópico.

Jagged Alliance: Flashback

Jagged Alliance is one of our favorite series here at IndieGala. And Flashback is one of our favorite entries as well. Yes, it might has a bad rep, but we love it. A turn-based tactics video game that takes place during a revolt on the fictional Caribbean Island San Hermanos in the 1980s. Developed by Full Control and published by THQ Nordic GmbH you’ve got plenty of work with here. A little bit of strategy, a little bit of RPG, and plenty of fun to satisfy every palate.  Oh, and it’s got a kick-ass soundtrack to add to the 80’s feel.

Jurassic Park

The Jurassic Park games are an obvious choice here. And the pick for you is Jurassic World Evolution: Return To Jurassic Park. The third expansion of the Evolution game. It’s available for purchase here at IndieGala, and it’s a great nod to the classic 1993 movie. Following the events of the iconic 1993 film, you can return to the island where it all started.

Return to Jurassic Park features a new campaign based on Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna. It also invites players to rebuild the original Jurassic Park with the help of Dr. Ian Malcolm, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and Dr. Alan Grant. As you may recall, Isla Nublar is a volcanic island located 120 miles west of Costa Rica, and 87 miles east of the Las Cinco Muertes archipelago. The island was the site of both the original Jurassic Park and its second incarnation—Jurassic World. So, it’s a must for this particular article, for sure.

Call of Cthulhu

Inspired by Chaosium’s classic pen-and-paper RPG, Call of Cthulhu brings you deep into the world of Lovecraft’s iconic universe. Set in 1924, you’re Private Investigator Pierce in the game. You’re also sent to look into the tragic death of the Hawkins family on the isolated Darkwater Island. A fictional remote island located off the coast of the city of Boston. Darkwater Island has been inhabited since the 14th century and is still rich with the many memories left by its lost tribes.

But don’t let the romanticism of these moving evidence of such naïve and primitive beliefs fool you into forgetting how violent their gods were. A gigantic creature still ornates the walls of long-abandoned caves. Was it a sea or a dream god? No one knows. But today’s inhabitants, the sons and daughters of the proud whale hunters, still remember the mysterious and tumultuous story of their small land off the coasts of Massachusetts. Soon enough, you’re pulled into a terrifying world of conspiracies, cultists, and cosmic horrors.

Die Young

Why don’t we end this list with another IndieGala project? We’re talking about Die Young of course. An open-world, dynamic action adventure presented in first-person perspective. And one that’s set on a picturesque 12 sq km island in the Mediterranean. But in it, you’re, a frightened and kidnapped young girl who has to find a way to escape. Armed with only her wits, agility, and the will to stay alive, she must make her getaway or Die Young. Yes, Die Young is available for purchase here. But you can also read our previous articles about it here. We loved it, so we bet you will as well.

So… Are You Hyped About the Vorax Game?

We sure are. And are you joining us at GamesCom in Cologne? We’d love to have you there and tell you more about Vorax.

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