This War of Mine: Stories - Fa

3.8
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About this game

This War of Mine: Stories - Father's Promise

Original This War of Mine, one of the most successful indie titles of the last decade, provides an experience of war seen from an entirely new angle - that of civilians. Father's Promise is a standalone story-driven tale set in the universe of the original game.

It tells a story of family's struggle to preserve the last pieces of humanity in times of despair and cruelty. Become Adam - a father trying to save his daughter from the horrors of war and escape the besieged city. Follow their steps and discover a story of love, hate and sacrifice - the emotions we all share in the darkest of days.

The Father's Promise features:
- A harrowing storyline based on an audio-drama by famous Polish author, Łukasz Orbitowski
- Emotionally difficult experience - decisions that are often morally ambiguous
- Crafting, cooking, taking care of people - anything that helps to survive
- Locations exclusively made for this standalone expansion
- Remastered and enhanced visuals from the original This War of Mine
Updated on
May 27, 2022

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3.8
1.63K reviews
A Google user
January 28, 2020
Honestly? Kind of lazy compared to the incredidible original game. I get that this is essentially a story mode but there are no other endings except the one everyone gets, which (spolier alert) is always a bad one. No replay value what so ever. I get that they were trying to incorporate PTSD and mental illness that goes along side being in war, but I definitely think there were better ways to do it than a one size fits all ending. Graphics and new locations were cool, though.
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Tom Heels
November 9, 2022
1) they're using PC pictures to advertise the game in play store! that's why the grahics look higher quality, but it is actually the same quality as the standard! 2) unlike the standard one, this one has nothing gameplay-wise, there's 1 ending, they give you tons to eat, doesn't get cold before it's over, all no longer a factor. also, no reason to build anything other than the cooker...this is just a short story that you sit through, without any of the original challenges from the standard game.
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A Google user
September 28, 2019
While TWOM is among the best games I've ever played, it doesn't lend itself to a scripted storytelling experience. Part of the problem is that each standard game tells a much more compelling and diverse 'story' anyway, one which you write yourself through the actions you assign your survivors. This expansion succeeds in providing some interesting locations and tries to do something different, but the limited execution does not match the ambition.
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