Developer Live Motion Games has announced a release date for their upcoming game, Sapper – Defuse The Bomb Simulator. The game will release on March 11 on PC, with plans for a later release on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. Live Motion Games is a developer that is not a stranger to the simulator genre having previously released games such as Train Station Renovation and Car Trader Simulator. However, this upcoming title will depart from the laid-back nature of its predecessors, in favor of a more intense and challenging experience.
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In Sapper – Defuse The Bomb Simulator players take on the role of a Sapper, a specialized police officer tasked with finding and disarming a wide variety of bombs. Players must explore different levels in order to search for bombs to disarm. This is easier said than done as each bomb is hidden in unique and challenging locations such as mailboxes, ATMs, Newspaper stands, and more. Environments that the player will be able to explore will include a city, a factory, and a forest. Players will have to make use of different skills like lock picking and hacking in order to bypass various obstacles in each location. Disarming the bombs will also be challenging, as taking too long or making a mistake will lead to your demise. Staying calm under pressure will be key to saving the day.
Fans of simulators and bomb defusing games such as Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, but are interested in a deeper single player experience, may want to give this game a try once it is available.
Sapper – Defuse The Bomb Simulator releases March 11 on Steam. A free demo of the game is currently available for download on Steam. The game will release with the support of eleven different languages including English, Polish, and French.