Crossbreeding Mechanics Unveiled in Honeycomb: The World Beyond's New Development Log

Gaming Staff • March 26, 2024

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Frozen Way studio, based in Cracow, Poland, has shared updates about their upcoming sci-fi sandbox game, Honeycomb: The World Beyond, which is set on the vibrant planet of Sota7. The developers have published a new development log on Steam, focusing on the game's crossbreeding mechanic, specifically for plant species. The log explains the complex principles, requirements, and limitations of crossbreeding, demonstrating the process in an easy-to-understand format.

Honeycomb: The World Beyond offers players a unique experience of exploration, survival, and bioengineering on an alien planet. Players can explore various biomes, discover life forms, and use innovative bioengineering mechanics like allogamy and grafting to create new species. The game also features base building, allowing players to expand their base of operations and build a modular, safe haven for research and survival.

The laboratory within the base is essential for conducting experiments, growing plants, and nurturing life forms. Players can gather resources, create laboratory devices, and witness the synergy of nature and science. The game features diverse biomes, a variety of fauna and flora, crossbreeding mechanics, base building, and an engaging narrative, offering an immersive experience in a vivid alien world.

Frozen Way is a game development studio and publisher from Cracow, Poland, known for co-creating House Flipper, its Pets DLC and Farm DLC, as well as creating and releasing House Flipper VR. They are currently working on Honeycomb: The World Beyond and other projects, focusing on the PC market and next-generation consoles. For more information, visit their official website at .


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