We are all in the last frontier of human civilization. We are here to create a new world where we all live in harmony with nature.
We are in jewel alaska the last frontier of human civilization. We are here to create a new world where we all live in harmony with nature.
I’ve been waiting a long time to see a new trailer for this game, but I’ve finally got a chance to see it today. It really does seem to be a new take on the genre of sandbox-like games that’s been popular in recent years, a kind of hybrid between the first-person shooter and survival sim genres.
I think the game looks really cool and I’m excited to see it in action, but the fact that the title is “jewel alaska” makes me think that the game is set in the last frontier, which is usually a bad sign. If I was to think about the last frontier for a second, I’d probably think of some other game like GTA V, but that’s not really the case.
Jewel Alaska tells the story of the last frontier, a peaceful, prosperous, and isolated region of Alaska that is invaded by a group of terrorists. The terrorists want to expand their power, so they set up a series of bases and steal all the jewel in the region, which they then sell. The game is set in the past, so we don’t know what will come of the jewel if the terrorists succeed.
The game is set in the ‘40s, so it’s not exactly ancient history, but the setting is more than likely. The game has a great soundtrack (with a heavy theme from the ‘80s pop song “The Last Song”), as well as the ability to customize your character’s appearance with a few simple lines of code.
I love that the game is set in the 40s. I just wish they had a modern soundtrack.
I like that the game is set in the 40s. It’s a nice change of pace for a game about a fictional region in the past. That said, I wish the game had a soundtrack that was modern. That said, in this case, “modern” might not be the best word to use since there isn’t much in the way of modern technology.
Yes, I agree with the sentiment, as the game is based in the 40s, but it’s set in the present, not the past. And I don’t mean the “50s style”. I mean the modern style. I’m not implying that the game is trying to be the next Indiana Jones. It’s just that it’s not the first game set in the past. Its not the first game set in the future.
Jewel Alaska has been making a name on the iOS App Store for a while now, with a good amount of buzz surrounding it since the release of its iOS and Android versions. It’s a game that imho feels as vibrant and as lethal as ever in its new story trailer, so if you haven’t been keeping up with the latest news, I suggest you check it out.